Wanjuki spoke to students in honor of SG Women’s Initiative’s Women’s History Month
Rutte was in the District for the 2016 Nuclear Security Summit
The Congressmen will talk about veterans affairs as they pertain to AU Vets and ROTC
Congressman Mark Takano (D-CA) will address AU students on April 12 at 8:15 p.m. in MGC 4-5 at an event brought to campus by the Kennedy Political Union. Takano, a representative of California’s 41st District since 2012, is the first openly gay person of color to serve in the United States Congress.
Sophomore Devontae Torriente will serve as the next Student Government president, winning 60.5 percent of the total unofficial vote count according to a news release put out by elections commissioner Jamie MacRitchie.
Mascaro issued two hour suspension for using SG office space for campaign purposes
Student Government presidential candidate and sophomore Will Mascaro’s campaign was temporarily suspended this past weekend after a series of complaints were filed with the SG Judicial Board, accusing Mascaro of pressuring other candidates to opt out of their races.
85 percent of the student population support Metro changes
Candidates talked diversity and inclusion, mental health and sexual assault
Neil Kerwin identifies five points to make it happen
Metro officials explained how the UPass program will be implemented and how the plan will benefit students
The program takes the classroom outdoors and gives students real experience with environmental filmmaking