Nicholas Blake writes the AU community owes a serious and sobered response to itself, to its reputation and to the victims of the crimes described in the EI emails.
Eighteen months ago, the Fossil Free AU campaign kicked off on AU’s campus as part of a nation-wide movement.
Eesha Bhave explores her own heritage as an Indian-American during AAPI Heritage Month.
At a university that prides itself on the engagement and leadership of its student body, the resources are currently unavailable to support these student activities.
Dick Cheney’s crimes are a slap in the face to the most fundamental values of this university
Columnist John Foti says AU needs to start accepting more students who are financially disadvantaged. Sharon Alston and Shirleyne McDonald say AU has made significant strides in removing potential barriers to educational access and affordability since 2010.
The clubs and groups that bring support and friendship to so many AU students can have their budgets doubled.
More needs to be done to ensure that students have the means to afford the high price tag of this school.
Longer operating hours and new personnel are part of what SHC Director David Reitman calls “Health Center 2.0.”