Aisley Wallace Harper, dressed in graduation regalia, sings the national anthem at the May 2023 College of Arts and Sciences graduation ceremony

Alumni ·

Embracing Passion(s)—Plural—at AU

Aisley Wallace Harper, CAS/BA ’23, SPA/BA ’23, MS ’24, isn’t interested in disciplinary silos. The recipient of the Eleanor Gomolinski Lally Endowed Fund feels as at home onstage as in a counter-terrorism roundtable.
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Hello in multiple languages

In the Community ·

Multilingualism on Rise in US: Illusion or Reality?

An interview with Assistant Professor of World Languages and Cultures Amelia Tseng
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Food Matters team, front to back:  Jessica Yamamoto, Caroline Krekorian, Brooke Wayne, Matthew Bond

Student Life ·

Food Matters: DC Ward 7 Shoppers Spin-to-Win for Better Health

AU’s Department of Health Studies brings nutrition expertise and tips to DC shoppers
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Smithsonian National Native American Museum, Courtesy Smithsonian Institution

Achievements ·

Elizabeth Rule’s “Indigenous DC” Wins AES Outstanding Book Award

Association for Ethnic Studies honors professor’s book with highest scholarly award
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Various fruits and vegetables.
Credit: Getty Images

Announcement ·

Transforming the Food System to Serve All

Grant of $2.8M from Novo Nordisk Inc. to American University to address food security in D.C.’s Wards 7 and 8
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The cast of Daughters of Leda on stage

Arts ·

Bringing "Daughters of Leda" Characters to Life through Costume

Costume Designer Stephanie Parks offers insights into creative, collaborative process
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AU Symphony Orchestra. Photo: Kate Zuckerman

Arts ·

November Filled with Must-See Music Performances on Campus

Free student tickets now available for exciting lineup of vocal and instrumental music programs.
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TESOL Alumni: Jennifer Campion, Aung Ko Zaw, Amy Sleep, Xinxin Wang

Alumni ·

AU’s TESOL Alumni Immersed in Rewarding Careers

Recent TESOL alumni share their stories about how they found fulfilling careers in a field they love
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AU graduate students in discussion during class

On Campus ·

Interested in Grad School? Learn More at a CAS Grad Event

CAS offers flexible online and in-person events and open houses for prospective students
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Leila Aboulela

Humanities ·

Based on a True Story

The Visiting Writer Series hosted Sudanese author Leila Aboulela to discuss her new novel, River Spirit
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