Imam Adeel J. Zeb lectures on living as a Muslim in modern America
AU students collaborated with workers to document their everyday lives
With election day rapidly approaching, both the School of Communications and the School of Public Affairs offered final events before voters cast their ballots on Tuesday. In case you missed it, here are three election events hosted in the past week at AU.
Melissa Sullivan completed the project for the second year this September
In honor of the United Nations’ International Day of Peace, AU alumni Amanda Brenner and Amanda Molina will host a 24 hour nonviolence kickoff event on campus to benefit D.C.
It’s rare to see a sitting and former first lady in one room, but it’s equally uncommon to hear them share their own stories as spouses of the Commander in Chief. That’s exactly what happened at the National Archives on Friday morning, where first lady Michelle Obama and former first lady Laura Bush emphasized their shared support for military service members and their families at the School of Public Affairs sponsored conference America’s First Ladies: In Service to our Nation. The private event was part of an ongoing series on the legacy of the nation’s first ladies spearheaded by Anita McBride, the event’s coordinator and SPA’s executive in residence. “This theme today was the thread that binds all first ladies together because no matter what issue that they choose while they are in the White House, they are all spouse of the commander in chief,” McBride told The Eagle following the event.
An Aramark housekeeping staff member was taken to the hospital last Tuesday afternoon after suffering from severe pain during her shift.
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AU honors graduates for their achievements both in and out of the classroom
Myers has worked everywhere from the Clinton White House to Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s campaign
Hansan talks about the inspiration behind the healthy meal delivery system, his company's part in food delivery and his journey to success in the D.C. food industry
The focused program will give health students more opportunities and attention
Salinas talked to a full room about the voice of Latino youth and her life in news.
Chris Obermeyer moved to D.C. to study the evolution of fish as a PhD student at George Washington University.