A record-low of 25.7 percent of applicants were admitted to AU’s class of 2020 this spring, marking the second consecutive year AU has seen a significant decrease in its admission rate, according to the AU Office of Admissions. The University announced that a record 19,311 people applied for admission to the incoming freshman class as of March 21, which is targeted to be 1,700 students.
The current Attorney General spoke about her time in Rwanda and making hard choices
Schaefer replaces Rev. Joe Eldridge, who will retire by the end of this month
CNN anchor and Chief National Correspondent John King addressed members of the AU community in Bender Arena this past Sunday for the School of Public Affairs’ graduation ceremony.
Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos spoke about free speech, his support for Donald Trump and the state of Islam on Thursday night as part of a Young Americans for Liberty event, prompting a large protest on the steps of the Mary Graydon Center.
Both men said more needs to be done to help returning service members transition to civilian life
The screening was part of the organization’s national campaign in support of free speech
Bucci will replace Gabriel Unruh at the conclusion of his term
Organizer Carlos Vera helped share workers’ stories, urged students to fight for change
Organizers hope increased collaboration will facilitate greater University attention, change
Students open up about their experiences at AU and beyond
Takano discussed how learning from the past will be the country’s way forward
Al Hendi escaped from Syria himself and wants to help improve the situation in the country
With a crowd that overflowed out of the Battelle atrium, the College of Arts and Sciences celebrated the launch of the Critical Race, Gender, and Culture Studies Collaborative (GRCG) on April 6 with “Black Lives Matter: A Conversation.” The new initiative strives to become “the hub of socially engaged scholarship at AU,” according to Associate Professor of History and collaborative chair Theresa Runstedtler.