In response to the high number of tourists and visitors traveling to Washington this weekend for the presidential inauguration, AU Housing and Dining has mandated a new guest registration and visitor policy for on-campus residence halls.
Vice President of Campus Life Gail Hanson will retire on March 31 following 20 years of service at AU, President Neil Kerwin announced in a memo to the campus community on Tuesday. Hanson, a leading administrator at AU, will retire a few months before Kerwin steps down as the University president in May.
This article originally appeared in The Eagle’s December 9 special edition. For many AU students over the age of 21, not being able to consume alcohol on campus may have been a turnoff from living in a residence hall.
Scott O’Beirne’s return has prompted plans for a protest calling for his termination
President Kerwin has signed onto three statements circulating among university leaders across the country, committing to protecting undocumented students under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and urging President-elect Trump to take a more forceful stance against hate, harassment and violence.
Gary Cohn’s meeting with the president-elect prompted Wednesday protest
Scott O’Beirne told staff he will likely lose his position after altercation with student
The pizzeria was one of 19 DC restaurants named on the Bib Gourmand List
Allan Lichtman says Americans need to be “weaned” off of polling
This article originally appeared in The Eagle’s special edition on Oct. 21. University administrators are in the process of developing a budget that will fund the school for 2017-2019 after its implementation this coming May.
Administrators say they are carrying out several plans of actions in and outside the classroom