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I had a lot of concerns when I took on the position of editor-in-chief of The Eagle last April. When I accepted the role after a great deal of thought, I worried about my ability to lead an entire staff, making the wrong decisions under pressure and about being overworked.
Two robberies occurred in the area surrounding campus on Friday night and early Saturday morning. These robberies mark the eighth and ninth crimes of the sort since mid-January, amid a recent rise in crime in the neighborhoods surrounding AU.
In her first address to the AU community on Thursday, incoming University president and former Secretary of Health and Human Services Sylvia Mathews Burwell expressed her excitement at building on AU’s progress as an institution.
UPDATE: AU Police are asking any students with information regarding the incident to contact the department.
UPDATE as of 7:04 a.m. on Nov. 5:
University President Neil Kerwin said he wants to reassure the community of administrators’ commitment to ensuring all students feel safe and included, a week after news of racist attacks against black female students on campus first surfaced.
UPDATE: The fire appears to have been caused by a mechanical malfunction in the vehicle, and there was no structural damage to the building, according to AU Director of Public Relations Kelly Alexander.
Syrian dissident Ahed al Hendi will represent the organization Help Syria Now on April 11 at an event hosted by the Kennedy Political Union and co-sponsored by the SIS Undergraduate Council
Activist Anita Hill will speak at AU on April 7, according to a press release from the Kennedy Political Union.
AU President Neil Kerwin announced on Monday morning that he will step down as the University president in May 2017.
The Kennedy Political Union has named Donna Brazile, the vice-chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee, as the 2016 WONK of the Year. Brazile will address the AU community in Bender Arena on March 24, according to a KPU press release.
Mental health advocate and founder of The PostSecret Project Frank Warren will speak at AU on Feb. 22, according to a Kennedy Political Union press release.
UPDATE: The event will also be co-hosted by AUSG Student Union Board, according to KPU Communications Director Coby Eiss.
Sabrina L. Schaeffer, the executive director of the Independent Women's Forum, will speak at AU on Feb. 8, according to Kennedy Political Union press release.
Scientist Bill Nye will speak at AU in Bender Arena on Feb. 9 in an event co-hosted by the Kennedy Political Union and the College of Arts and Sciences, according to a KPU press release.
The Whole Foods Market in Tenleytown was briefly evacuated this afternoon due to a suspicious package bomb threat call, according to the Office of Public Information for the DC Metropolitan Police Department.
Founder’s Day Ball will be held this year at the National Portrait Gallery on Feb. 20, Founder’s Day director Sydney Baldwin announced today in a press release.
Professor David Pitts was sentenced to serve 366 days in prison for second-degree burglary on March 20 in D.C. Superior Court.
More AU women are joining sororities than ever before, with over 450 women initially registering for this year’s panhellenic recruitment.
The AU professor charged with breaking into the Foxhall Square Mall in September plead guilty on Jan. 23.