The science guy warned that climate change will be the greatest problem facing this generation
Schaeffer spoke to students as part of an event co-hosted by the Network of enlightened Women and Kennedy Political Union
After more than a year of sending its compostable waste to landfills, AU will begin composting again this April after renewing its contract with the Prince’s George’s County composting facility in Maryland. The facility suspended its contract with the University in November 2014 after receiving contaminated waste.
Four hundred fifty students registered for recruitment
This year’s ball will be held on Feb. 20 and be the largest in AU’s history
Policy mandates that sororities only participate in events with fraternities in 'good standing' with University.
The University held its first unified ceremony in a decade
The center was the creation of Jewish businessman Abraham Kay and former AU president and Methodist Hurst Anderson.
Total Wine & More founder addressed AU students on Nov. 18 and shared business strategies and personal stories.
Four chapters have already started the trainings in a pilot program, and adjustments will be made before they become available to all Greek organizations.