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Uncertainty over abortion rights in region persists as midterm elections approach

(10/10/22 1:42pm)

Following the Supreme Court’s June decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, national uncertainty has persisted about how abortion access may change and how states may suffer disparate impacts. As the midterm elections loom, voters will weigh abortion as a definitive issue when electing future decision-makers.

Kal Penn speaks about the South Asian experience, film and politics at KPU’s final event of the semester

(04/21/22 5:09pm)

Actor, writer, producer and former Associate Director of the White House Office of Public Engagement Kal Penn discussed his career and experience working in the entertainment industry as the son of South Asian immigrants on Monday in an event moderated by School of Communication professor Priya Doshi.

University’s commencement speakers feature WTO director-general Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, and prominent public figures such as Symone Sanders and Gina McCarthy

(04/20/22 6:09pm)

American University has announced its speakers for its 143rd commencement ceremony, which will take place the weekends of May 7-8 as well as May 21-22. 

Defamation, discrimination lawsuits against Current and the University dismissed

(04/18/22 3:31pm)

Editor’s note: Editor-in-Chief Nina Heller, Administration and Local News Editor Skye Witley, Sports Managing Editor Ben Morse and Assistant Copy Editor Gabe Ferris have all previously worked as editorial interns at Current and were not involved in the writing, reporting or editing of this story.

Secretary Janet Yellen delivers remarks on digital assets at Kogod’s Center For Innovation

(04/15/22 1:28pm)

U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen delivered her first official address on digital assets at Kogod School of Business’ Center for Innovation on April 7, laying out a strategy she said will encourage “responsible innovation” and protect consumers, businesses and investors.