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A smiling group of students poses backstage with arms around Mrs. Greenberg

In Remembrance ·

AU Mourns Passing of Arts Patron Sylvia Greenberg

American University arts patron Sylvia Greenberg, whose generous gifts propelled AU’s arts programs to new levels, has passed away. She was 96 years old.
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AU Students attend AL1GN conference last in March.

Student Life ·

Proud to Be First

AU’s first-generations students are proud of their identity and showing that together they can build the bridges first-generation students need to succeed.
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Winning Team stands together at AU's Global health Competition

Achievements ·

Educate, Empower, and Elevate: Team Wins AU’s Global Health Competition

Six teams competed in AU’s 2018 Intramural Public Health Case Competition
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The American University entrance at Massachusetts Avenue during summer.

Announcement ·

AU Establishes Working Group on the Influence of Slavery

Drawing from the perspectives of students and faculty experts, the group will explore questions about whether slavery impacted AU's founding.
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Student in SIS building, in front of hallway and doors.

Achievements ·

First Generation, Next Generation: Yami Payano Organizes and Connects

The AUSG president is a winner of AU’s inaugural MLK Service Award.
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Erin McGoff standing in a field with a DSLR camera in Laos during her Alternative Break trip in the winter break of 2016-17.

Alumni ·

Laos Through Her Lens

Alternative Break trip to Laos inspires Erin McGoff, SOC '17, to produce a documentary on the effects of the United States' covert war in the country.
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Diane Kim, Maile Young, Shyheim Snead, Laurel Booth, and Abhishek Patel

Achievements ·

AU Wins Prize at National Academy of Medicine Case Competition

Developed solutions for mitigating effects of lead poisoning for children.
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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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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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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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