Sarah Katherine Dolezal


Administration and Local News

Workshop for American University community tackles recent hate crime and campus race issues

Students, faculty and staff gathered in a packed room in Mary Graydon Center on Wednesday morning for the workshop, “Anti-racism and Allyship: A Campus Conversation.” This discussion was created as a way for the AU community to talk about their frustrations toward the hate crime on May 1 and the fall incidents where African-American female students were targeted by having bananas thrown at them or left outside their dorm room door.

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Incoming high-school juniors order omelettes at 8:30 a.m. in the Terrace Dining Room.


Emma Bomfim, of Potomac, MD, finishes off her plate of pineapple, watermelon and omelette.


A student filled their plate with scrambled eggs, fried potatoes and sausage in the Terrace Dining Room.

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