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The University is conservatively projecting a potential shortfall of $100 million in lost revenue and increased costs for fiscal year 2021 as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, President Sylvia Burwell wrote in an email to the AU community on Tuesday.
Correction: The original version of this article misspelled Connor Reitler's name. It has been updated with the proper spelling.
After new Title IX regulations were released by the U.S. Department of Education, the University’s Office of Campus Life held a webinar on Thursday to announce that it will, while abiding by the rules, continue to support those involved in cases.
The U.S. Department of Education released its final regulations controlling how schools handle campus sexual assault cases under Title IX, extending rights given to those accused of sexual misconduct.
An AU student filed a class-action lawsuit against the University on Friday after AU didn’t refund tuition when classes moved online and students were removed from campus following the coronavirus outbreak.
In an email sent out to the AU community, President Sylvia Burwell said the University will be open in the fall, whether for in-person, online or hybrid classes, with an official announcement coming in early to mid June.
Joseph Kaplan, an adjunct professorial lecturer in the School of Public Affairs, died at the age of 66 on Wednesday as a result of the coronavirus, according to an SPA statement published Friday.
Host and creator of PBS’s “Finding Your Roots” and Harvard University professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. will deliver the commencement speech at American University’s spring online celebration, the University announced on Tuesday.
The University is projected to lose $27 million from increased expenses and reduced revenue as a result of its response to the coronavirus pandemic, AU’s executive team wrote in an email to the community on Friday.
Title IX Program Officer Regina Curran announced in February that she will be leaving the University for the same position at a different college amidst upcoming changes to Title IX rules.
Chris Wallace, host of “FOX News Sunday,” spoke to American University students at an event hosted by the Kennedy Political Union on Feb. 20. The veteran journalist spoke about the election, President Trump and the importance of journalism.
Arik Knapp, a first-term graduate student in the Kogod School of Business Online MBA program, died on Feb. 3 in a car crash on US-15, according to a report by The Frederick News-Post.
This article has been updated with a correction. Lichtman is a professor in the College of Arts and Sciences, not the School of Public Affairs.
The former AU Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations Thomas Minar was fired from Franklin College earlier this month following his arrest for sex crimes.
During her first year at American University, junior Ismah Khan said she valued the University’s initiatives to educate students on sexual violence prevention and different resources on campus. However, after the first year, she noticed that no one talked about it anymore.
Terrace Dining Room staff member Anthony Beagle passed away unexpectedly earlier this month.
The University’s new bipartisan Sine Institute of Policy and Politics named political veteran Amy Dacey as its inaugural executive director in June.
When junior Yazan Hanouneh came to AU in the fall of 2016, he realized he was missing something from his transition from high school to college. When friends told him about the pilot course of AU Experience, or AUx, for first-year students, he knew he wanted to be part of it.
Students recently elected a new Residence Hall Association executive board for the 2019-2020 academic year.
After a video went viral of an AU student using the n-word in an Anderson Hall lounge, students are calling for the University to create a safe space and housing options for black students.