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AU Housing will make $32,000 worth of repairs to McDowell Hall to fix vandalized dorm restrooms that may have been inscribed with offensive graffiti since at least August 2012.
AU received national attention last spring, after more than 70 pages of text messages and email correspondence, allegedly sent between members of AU’s unrecognized fraternity Epsilon Iota, were leaked to students, media and faculty on April 16.
An AU student was sexually assaulted in a residence hall on May 4 by an individual the survivor knew, according to a Crime Alert released by AU Public Safety on May 5.
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The Board of Trustees may vote in May to remove University investments from the fossil fuel industry after 80 students with the Fossil Free AU campaign silently held cardboard signs asking the Board of Trustees to divest at the Feb. 21 board meeting.
Update 5:16 p.m. The boil-water advisory for AU’s campus and surrounding areas will remain in place until at least noon tomorrow, which is the “best case scenario,” according to Nicole Condon, DC Water’s water communications coordinator.
Update Feb. 27 at 1:14 p.m. AU Public Safety released new information about the sex crime that occurred in a main campus residence hall at 4 a.m. on Feb. 23.
Public Safety received seven reports of sex-related crimes during the fall 2013 semester, the second-highest reported number in the past 11 semesters. The highest number of reported sex-related crimes occurred during the fall 2012 semester at 10.
The AU Student Health Center began offering evening hours from 6-8 p.m. on Mondays and Thursdays for appointments and psychiatric follow-ups as of Jan. 27.
AU College Democrats will host two speakers at its annual Spring Semester Kickoff to promote student participation in politics.
Two walls inside a Ward Circle Building stairwell were vandalized with black paint between 5:35 and 5:49 p.m. on Jan. 14, according to the AU Public Safety Daily Crime Log.
Richard Smolka, an AU alumnus and longtime professor in the School of Public Affairs, died of heart failure on Nov. 5 in his home in Mesa, Ariz. He was 81.
Two racoons with confirmed cases of rabies were sited near University grounds on Oct. 2 and 3, according to an Oct. 10 University-wide memo from Dean of Students Rob Hradsky.
Four years ago the School of International Service patio was a parking lot.
A total of six employees left the AU Student Health Center this summer, including the director and associate director.
Sierra Club ranked AU as the ninth “coolest school” in the nation for its environmental efforts during the 2012-2013 academic year.
Workers began to remove some piping insulation and floor tiles that contain asbestos in Letts Hall's southern half May 21, according to an official notice posted on the entrance to Letts May 17. The asbestos removal will be done by June 21.