The Washington College of Law’s Immigrant Justice Clinic (IJC) and the Office of Campus Life hosted an informational session Friday to “generate community discussion” on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA). Audience members also asked questions in an anonymous Q&A session. Primarily moderated by law students Katie Conway, Liz Pinolini and Courtney Cataudella, the presentation was held following President Trump’s Sept.
McBride spoke about improvements in transgender rights, voting for Democrats
Frequent protests, the selection of a new university president and a hate crime that shook the student body to its core made last year a whirlwind for AU students, faculty and employees.
Three months after leaving office, Torriente shares the successes, failures and racism he saw on the job
Vice president appeared at private event Wednesday
Student government president talks about hate crime and what comes next
Student Government President Devontae Torriente announced the creation of the Student Involvement Fund on April 4 to allocate funds to support students’ involvement in campus organizations.
The Kennedy Political Union will not host a Wonk of the Year speaker this semester due to scheduling difficulties with Bender Arena and the previously selected speaker, KPU director Valeria Ojeda-Avitia said on April 12. Ojeda-Avitia pointed to the lack of campus venues that can hold at least 500 people as a reason for the cancellation of the event, which she said was originally set for April 10.
For the Kennedy Political Union’s last event of the year, rapper and actor Lonnie "Common" Lynn spoke at an event in Bender Arena on April 5.