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Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and her co-author, former Counselor of the Department of State, Dr. Philip Zelikow, discussed their new book, “To Build a Better World,” at an event hosted by the Kennedy Political Union, the School of International Service and the Sine Institute on Sept. 12.
D.C. is an expensive city, but it doesn’t always have to be. Students seeking more for their closet at a smaller price tag have options across the city. Whether you’re looking for blazers for an internship or cute sneakers for every day, there’s always an affordable place to stop and sustainably shop for your clothing needs. For those wondering where to go for affordable clothing, look no further than the District’s secondhand scene, starting with these seven stores.
From free special events to programs, AU’s Katzen Arts Center showcases different art forms to the public each semester. On Sept. 7, the Katzen Arts Center debuted five new exhibits at the early fall opening reception.
American University received a $3 million donation to build a new athletics facility, University President Sylvia Burwell announced in an email to the community on Tuesday morning.
Tenleytown Main Street, a community-based non-profit organization, will produce and sponsor their fourth annual Art All Night event in Tenleytown on Saturday from 7 p.m. to midnight.
The National Gallery of Art will host their first fall event on Sept. 12 at 6 p.m. NGA Nights, previously known as Nights at the Edge, is a series of community events that take place after hours in the East Building of the National Gallery of Art.
The change to the University’s health insurance provider has left students across campus frustrated, serving as the latest example of the lack of communication between the administration and student body.
The annual a cappella preview concert took place in the Kay Spiritual Life Center on Saturday, featuring On a Sensual Note, Pitches Be Trippin’, Dime a Dozen and Treble in Paradise. Members of each group also introduced TenLi Tunes, AU’s newest a cappella group.
The University’s new bipartisan Sine Institute of Policy and Politics named political veteran Amy Dacey as its inaugural executive director in June.
AU volleyball lost its final match against Temple, concluding the team’s up and down weekend at the American Volleyball Classic on Saturday.
Sarah McBride, former Student Government president and current national press secretary for the Human Rights Campaign, announced her bid for the Delaware state senate in early July.
The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts will open a new campus called the REACH on Sept. 7 with a 16-day-long festival to celebrate the addition.
Apple logos dazzled behind singer-songwriter Khalid at the newly renovated Apple Carnegie Library as he delivered the final performance for the tech company’s Up Next Live concert series on Aug. 24.
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The University has appointed Rev. Bryant Oskvig to serve as interim chaplain starting Oct. 1, according to an email sent to the AU community from Vice President of Campus Life and Inclusive Excellence Fanta Aw on Friday.
AU men’s basketball head coach Mike Brennan has agreed to a two-year extension and will now be under contract through 2022. This is Brennan’s first extension since 2014, which followed the Eagle’s last NCAA tournament appearance.
AU men’s basketball concluded its 2018-2019 campaign with a 15-15 record, marking the first time the program achieved a .500 record since 2014-2015. Now, the Eagles enter a critical year for the program, as AU legend and starting point guard Sa’eed Nelson will graduate this spring. This preview of the Eagles’ non-conference schedule is the first of two, with the Patriot League preview coming in December.
At a packed Kennedy Political Union event on Tuesday, Jim Obergefell, best known for his groundbreaking Supreme Court case that resulted in the federal legalization of gay marriage, told the crowd about his experiences both leading up to and following that pivotal decision.
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice will speak in Bender Arena on Sept. 12, along with co-author Dr. Phillip Zelikow to discuss the release of their book, “To Build a Better World,” the Kennedy Political Union announced on Thursday.
Last semester, all the food news was flooded with talk of a new service provider and what they would be bringing to the table. Now, as students await the fall semester, the talk of new food options on campus, brought in by Chartwells, has come into focus. Here are all the new places coming to campus for students to plan their meals around.