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Pictures of food items that are on shelves in The Market.

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Partnering for Success

American University opens The Market with the hopes of ending student hunger for AU students.
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Hispanic Heritage Month

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September is Hispanic Heritage Month

September 15th marks the beginning of Hispanic Heritage Month, which first began as a week-long celebration in 1968. In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, check out these titles from our collection!
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Human rights advocate Malala Yousafzai will speak in Bender Arena on September 25.

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Wonk of the Year: Malala Yousafzai is the 2017 Honoree

The inspirational human rights advocate will accept her award and participate in a question-and-answer session in Bender Arena on September 25.
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Open American

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AU Joins Open Textbook Network

Free, openly licensed course materials help students reduce textbook costs.
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Galapagos - Charles Darwin Research Center

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Two students carry an air conditioner unit into a building.

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Freshmen Tackle Social Justice Issues in D.C.

AU incoming freshmen students learn and take on social justice issues in D.C. through Explore D.C. service projects.
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New Majors and Programs Debut Fall 2017

For fall 2017, AU students can take advantage of a diverse group of new undergrad and graduate majors, minors, and tracks within the College of Arts and Sciences.
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AU students recently visited the Central American Resource Center as part of a tour through Mount Pleasant and Columbia Heights.

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Explore DC: New AU Students Quickly Acclimate to Washington

The two-day program includes service and active learning.
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Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser SPA/MPP’00 recently announced the creation of a new social science research effort to inform and improve policy. AU School of Public Affairs is the founding academic partner in the effort.

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SPA Joins D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser to Launch New Research Partnership

Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser SPA/MPP’00 recently announced the creation of a new social science research effort to inform and improve policy. AU School of Public Affairs is the founding academic partner in the effort.
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SOC Professor Chris Palmer and daughter Kimberly, who is also a published author.

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From Cradle to College: SOC Professor Pens Book on Parenting

Chris Palmer’s new book offers practical advice on raising your kids to succeed.
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