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Student getting a haircut in barber chair.

On Campus ·

Exploring Masculinity

AU program challenges students by teaching the differences between healthy masculinity and toxic masculinity
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Courtney Rozen in The Eagle newsroom office. Two students are sitting in the background.

Achievements ·

Sunshine State Standout: Journalism Student Wins Scholarship

Eagle editor-in-chief Courtney Rozen is recognized by the Capitol Press Club of Florida.
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Women in white dresses with red sashes stand in an elegant ballroom with their partners.

Social Sciences ·

Fourth Annual Tatiana Ball at the Embassy of the Russian Federation

AU’s Carmel Institute of Russian Culture & History Provides Tickets for Students to Attend Mid-Winter Gala.
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A Catholic chaplain speaks at an interfaith service.

On Campus ·

Reformation Anniversary Provides Opportunity for Cross-Campus Collaboration

To commemorate the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, AU held a series of events hosted by schools and programs across the campus.
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AU Student Maria Rose Belding stands at breakfast honoring her work to fight hunger and reduce food waste in America.

In the Community ·

AU Student Recognized for Fighting Hunger in America

Maria Rose Belding was awarded a $12,000 scholarship from the Kilner Group for her work to fight hunger in America.
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Two Alums, Lex Loro and Emmett Patterson, sitting in front of a window.

Alumni ·

Our Bodies, Ourselves: Two Alums Promote Sex Education for LGBTQ Youth

Emmett Patterson and Lex Loro continued their innovative work post-graduation.
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Noy Kaufman learns how to suture on a pig foot.

Science ·

Finding Motivation within Phi Delta Epsilon

Phi Delta Epsilon is an International Medical Fraternity with a premedical chapter at American University.
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Soldiers standing on the Quad in front of Mary Graydon Center, for Veterans Day celebration.

On Campus ·

Stories of Valor: AU Plans Several Veterans Day Events

In advance of the occasion, four vets and servicemembers are featured.
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Pokemon Go

Communications ·

Can Augmented Reality Build Stronger Cities?

American University professor Benjamin Stokes is researching to find out if Pokémon Go can improve our cities.
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Lindsay Grace in Miami

Communications ·

Games at the Pace of News

Professor Lindsay Grace explains Newsjams, a game building experience linked to journalism and media digital
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