AU Student Government announced a change to the Student Conduct Code on March 3 that includes specific language on handling identity-biased attacks. The Student Conduct Code now says in Section 16 that “significant factors” in determining sanctions will include “evidence that the respondent’s conduct was motivated by bias towards an individual or group on the basis of real or perceived, race, sex, gender identity, religion, national origin, age, disability, ethnicity, veteran status, or sexual orientation.” The heads of this change were Director of the Student Advocacy Center junior Will Mascaro and Director of the Diversity and Inclusion Working Group junior Lauren Lumpkin.
Club members hoped Kerwin would fight for a tuition freeze
Candy Crowley questions writers about their efforts to debunk myths about women
Sustainability Office urges students to use the correct trash cans
A petition for free menstrual products for AU students, using the hashtag #Lady&theTamp, has been gaining traction online in recent weeks. The petition, created by CAS junior Shannon Exley, began on Feb.
Many students come to AU for its D.C. location with the hope of landing a job in politics after they graduate.
Students and faculty convened to listen and discuss PCDI mission and upcoming projects
Jelani Cobb gave the audience a history lesson Thursday night in the Abramson Family Founders room, showing how America’s foundations are rooted in race, even today.
The Center for Diversity and Inclusion hosted an event titled “But I’m Not a Racist,” on Feb.
American Enterprise Institute President Arthur Brooks told audience members on Feb. 22 that they could become a “more successful person” by living like an entrepreneur.
The Kennedy Political Union and Center for Congressional and Presidential Studies will host actor Caspar Phillipson and author Anders Agner Pedersen next month in an event titled “The Speeches of President Kennedy.” Phillipson portrayed President John F.
AU students will go head to head on March 1 presenting their solutions to prevent substance abuse during this year’s AU Global Health Case Competition, sponsored by the Department of Health Studies and the College of Arts and Sciences.
Wearing his signature blue Patagonia vest, activist and educator DeRay Mckesson arrived at AU on Thursday night to share his views on educational policies like school choice as well as answer questions about his experiences as an organizer.
The American Association of University Women (AAUW) at AU and Running Start, a nonpartisan organization dedicated to helping young women run for office, held a workshop called “Elect Her” on Feb.