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  1. Physical fitness is a vital component of overall personal wellness. AhealthyU offers a variety of complimentary programs to help you incorporate exercise into your lifestyle, improve your fitness, and feel great! Classes are exclusively for faculty and staff. This yoga class meets from 12:05pm - 12:45pm. Yoga mats are provided. All levels of yoga practice welcome.

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    Human Resources
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  2. Catholic Mass

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    Kay Spiritual Life Center
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  3. Episcopal Anglican Worship Service led by Chaplain Carolyn Seaton.  All are welcome!

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    Kay Spiritual Life Center
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  4. Join Hillel students and staff for an in-depth text study.

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    Hillel
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  5. Episcopal Anglican Fellowship - all are welcome!

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    Kay Spiritual Life Center
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  6. This event will be an interactive panel where industry professionals will be coming in to speak of the parallels between environmentalism and business. We will explore concepts involving the historic relationship between business and environmentalism along with where the two industries currently stand. Join us for an open conversation about how we can move forward in bridging the gap between the …more

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    Kogod Sustainability Club
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  7. Please join students and local Young Adult Friends (Quakers) for silent worship every Tuesday in Kay Chapel. Worship begins at 8 pm and is 30 minutes long. If participants are moved to share, they are encouraged to do so. Afterwards, we socialize and discuss any messages given.

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    Kay Spiritual Life Center
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  8. Evening conversations about interfaith topics important to AU students from various backgrounds and faith traditions.

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    Kay Spiritual Life Center
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Coming Soon

  1. On November 21, 2019 the Career Center will host James Dillon, Talent Acquisition Manager, Washington Headquarters Services Department of Defense for the Employer-in-Residence Program. The Employer-in-Residence (EiR) program brings together students and recruiters/representatives with EiR partner organizations for pre-scheduled appointments. These sessions offer students the opportunity to meet …more

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    Career Center
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  2. Join us every Wednesday morning September 4-December 11 for a rejuvenating Kripalu yoga class. All levels welcome. $10 per class, $5 for museum members, free for Associate level members and above. Cash, check, or pay online here.

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  3. Join other LGBTQ students on Transgender Day of Remembrance for a casual hangout to celebrate trans, non-binary, and queer lives. Although this day is a time to reflect on those lost by systematic transphobia and racism, it's also a day to celebrate our excellence and find joy. 
    We'll be in MGC room 260 all day having snacks and making flower crowns like to celebrate our beauty! Stop by at any …more

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    Center for Diversity and Inclusion
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  4. Fresh fruits, vegetables, Amish cheese and yogurt from Agora Farms. Hearth baked breads and treats from RavenHook Bakehouse. Native plants and succulents.

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    Human Resources
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  5. Come hear Ashley Minner, Dr. Elizabeth Rule, and Dr. Gabrielle Tayac talk about indigenous lives in the DMV area. 
    Ashley Minner is a community based visual artist from Baltimore, MD.  She is an enrolled member of the Lumbee tribe of North Carolina.  A folklorist who teaches in the Department of American Studies at University of Maryland Baltimore County, she is in the PhD …more

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    CAS: American Studies
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  6. A space to honor and name transgender people whose lives were lost in acts of violence.

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    Kay Spiritual Life Center
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  7. Xemi Manibusan is an indigenous, two-spirit theatrical director, actor and author in Washington D.C. redefining what it means to create Native Two-Spirit art. Manibusan says her mission is to heal indigenous communities through art as a form of love and as a testament to indigenous resistance and resilience.

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    CAS: American Studies
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  8. The symposium is open to the public to discuss the events of the US-ASEAN Summit in Thailand.

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    ASEAN Studies Initiative
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  9. Regular meeting of the Intervarsity Graduate Christian Fellowship

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    Kay Spiritual Life Center
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  10. The Project on Civil Discourse is launching a series called: What's With AU? It is led and hosted by one of our facilitators. This series launch will unpack the AU persona AU students carry regarding internships and extracurriculars, and the implications of the stigma that students are never doing enough. The event will be a discussion between students and faculty to discover if this has been a …more

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    School of Public Affairs, Project on Civil Discourse
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