Seniors will have one last opportunity to love or hate the WONK campaign on graduation day. They can pose for photos with life-sized cartoons of “commencement WONKs” in full regalia, eat off WONK napkins and wear WONK buttons before AU becomes their alma mater. As the Class of 2011 leaves with WONK marking the end of their college careers, the Class of 2015 is beginning with WONK defining theirs.
Presiding over his last town hall meeting, Board of Trustees Chairman Gary Abramson listened as students asked questions about Aramark’s relationship with AU, the Campus Plan, the General Education program, off-campus misconduct and faculty evaluations.
AU is investigating misbehavior stemming from a house on Upton Street in an effort to curb misconduct in the neighborhood and improve community relations.
AU students did not receive text message and e-mail alerts about a “dangerous chemical spill” in the Beeghly Building for more than an hour after the building was evacuated April 7.