Underrepresented Students in STEM (USS) started at AU this fall
Ahead of AU’s involvement fair, club leaders discuss how they’re gearing up for the semester
Betsy Ashton’s portraits have been shown in galleries and churches across the country
SOC took 20 students and recent alumni to Los Angeles in May
Founders, donors recognized in naming of different schools, residence halls
Going from living in the privacy of a family home to living in a freshman residence hall with one or two roommates can be a rocky transition.
The incoming AU freshman founded a nonprofit focused on improving urban education
Noy Kaufman is on her way to becoming a physician scientist
Bigs provide mentorship and friendship for littles
Taylor Berlin represents AU on advisory neighborhood commission
Project aims to help students become “architects of their own speech”
AU professor Chip Gerfen never expected his service dog, Trudi, to take him across the globe, winning numerous awards in national and international agility competitions.
Committee was formed after Eagle editor published op-ed on AU founder
Wild is the only female candidate seeking the Democratic nomination
Bethany Hall and Caty Borum Chattoo break down their partnership and its future
Pair hopes to engage listeners across the political spectrum
The American Agora is working to expand campus brand
RE-volv, founded by alum Andreas Karelas, encourages student environmental activism
For some, finding a true passion can take a lifetime. But for Meena Nutbeam, a junior studying public health, her “aha moment” came during the summer after her junior year of high school. Nutbeam, who is originally from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, created Stork & Company in the summer of 2014 after seeing an article in the BBC about why Finland’s babies sleep in cardboard boxes. "I saw that each parent gets a baby box [in Finland], which would be very beneficial for Milwaukee, where we have a lot of infant deaths due to unsafe sleep," Nutbeam said. Milwaukee, a city of nearly 600,000 people, has a very high infant mortality rate, with 15 infants dying per year as a result of unsafe sleep environments, according to Stork and Company’s website. “This past year through September, we have already had double the amount of infant deaths,” Nutbeam said.