“Stick to what it is that you believe,” one panelist advised students
Several students reported to AU police that they were approached near and on campus by “Mother of God,” a religious group, in recent weeks.
Group plans more “antagonistic” approach to pressure Board of Trustees
Payano will serve in the role until May 1
Asma Afsaruddin, a professor at Indiana University-Bloomington, spoke to students Feb. 14 about gender roles in the Quran.
Women’s Initiative awarded Tarana Burke, founder of the #MeToo movement, the Women’s Initiative’s Excellence in Activism award Saturday.
“Voices of students of color are being heard”
Colin Gerker has served in position since 2015
Sigma Alpha Epsilon brothers also face criminal charges
AU alum and Democratic politician Jason Kander visited campus Tuesday as part of a Kennedy Political Union and AU College Democrats event. Kander, who is best known for his unsuccessful Missouri Senate run against incumbent Roy Blunt, began the event by talking about how the University prepared him for the world of politics and provided opportunities for him to be successful. “I got a lot out of my experience here,” Kander said.
Special election to replace Dumpson likely to take place in late February
SG responds to criticism that National Museum of African American History and Culture choice is ‘distasteful’
Five groups call for meeting with university leadership
Posters part of far-right, worldwide effort on college campuses
Event will celebrate University’s 125th anniversary
Kander will kick off KPU’s spring calendar
63 percent of international students report their peers are committed to creating a welcoming environment