Petition started by freshman earned over 1,400 signatures
Valentina Fernández hopes to bring fresh perspective to Board of Trustees.
AU alumna Katherin Sibel spends her days speaking Guarani, the national language of Paraguay. That’s where she’s stationed as a Peace Corps volunteer, managing several women’s agribusiness projects and social development programs within the Latin American community.
Inside AU’s Archives and Special Collections lie posters from Vietnam protests, pro-choice marches, anti-Apartheid rallies and gay rights movements.
Politico correspondent discusses her career path and why Sean Spicer sees her as a "threat"
The annual festival is runs until March 26
New student organization creates space for women’s reproductive rights
This article originally appeared in The Eagle's Feb. 24, 2017 special edition. Dr. Gail Hanson will retire from her post as Vice President of Campus Life in March, leaving behind 20 years of leadership at AU, and what her colleagues describe as a legacy of vision, dedication, composure and an uncanny sense of humor.
This article originally appeared in The Eagle's Feb. 24, 2017 special edition. It’s clear that Professor Jamie Raskin of AU’s Washington College of Law is passionate about politics.
AU Ph.D alumna Davina Durgana has received a spot on this year’s “Forbes 30 Under 30" list in the science category. Forbes “30 Under 30” list is compiled of people younger than 30 years old that are “the brightest young entrepreneurs, innovators and game changers.” Durgana is mentioned in the list’s science category and is 28 years old. Durgana, who graduated in 2015 from AU created a statistical model, called the Human Vulnerability Diagnostic Tool (HVDT), that tracks human trafficking and its vulnerabilities around the world.
Students can see CBS see a familiar face in tonight’s season finale of “Hunted,” a reality show that involves fugitives and their attempts to evade their hunters for 28 days.
Erin McGoff’s “This Little Land of Mines” is in the funding stage of production
Alumna hopes to change conversation surrounding menstruation
As Joe Vidulich begins his two year term as the new president of the American University Alumni Association, promoting inclusion and strengthening the link between students and alumni are his top priorities, he said.
After a brief hiatus, the AU chapter of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars is coming back to campus, initiated by senior and chapter president, Jon Shapiro.
Throughout her time at AU, Stephanie Rivera, currently an executive assistant for the Republican political consulting firm OnMessage Inc., made it a point to always stay open-minded to different kinds of internships, from working on Capitol Hill to traveling the city covering political news with the television network Univision.
Imam Adeel J. Zeb lectures on living as a Muslim in modern America
AU students collaborated with workers to document their everyday lives