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.
Former Obama administration staffers Amanda Lucidon, Adam Garber and Kodiak Starr spoke about their presidential media roles during a panel discussion titled “Personalizing the Presidency: Digital Media & the Obama White House” on Wednesday night. The event moderator, SOC professor Amy Eisman, started the panel with a photo by Lucidon of former first lady Michelle Obama with her daughters Sasha and Malia Obama at the Great Wall of China.
Crowley will speak on a Women’s History Month panel
When the doors opened at the Newseum on the night of Feb. 11, more students filed in than ever before to attend the annual Founder’s Day Ball. This year’s event, sponsored by the American University Student Government, Residence Hall Association and American University Club Council, honored the leadership of President Neil Kerwin and Vice President of Campus Life Gail Hanson, who are both retiring from their positions this spring. Founder’s Day Director Martin Valderruten said that what made this year’s event unique was the location and the variety of exhibits that could expose students to world events. “I picked this location because it is very interactive and it’s somewhere we have never hosted the event before,” Valderruten said.
Arthur Brooks will kick off KPU’s spring calendar
The school will instead launch its “Business of Diversity” series on Feb. 9
“Hardball with Chris Matthews” taped live at the Greenberg Theatre in Tenleytown on Thursday night as part of the “Hardball College Tour,” a series that travels to different colleges across the country to discuss politics with students and politicians alike.
AU students, alumni and staff joined more than 1,000 protesters who gathered in front of the White House on Sunday afternoon in response to President Donald Trump’s executive order now commonly called the “immigration ban.” The executive order signed by President Trump on Jan.
New law and rule-making shape new White House, Congress, says panelists