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Everybody promo

Arts ·

Everybody Dies. Let’s Discuss.

A Q&A with "Everybody" director Christopher Michael Richardson
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A conductor leading a symphony orchestra

Arts ·

Simple Symphony

A look at Simple Symphony, by composer Benjamin Britten.
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Interstellar Soundtrack Cover Art

Arts ·

Interstellar

A look at Interstellar, a film soundtrack by Hans Zimmer
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Patagonia CEO Ryan Gellert speaks to students as the 2022 Sine Institute Distinguished Lecturer.

Environment ·

Patagonia Founder Gives Away Company to Tackle Climate Crisis

Patagonia CEO Ryan Gellert joined AU's Sine Institute to discuss Patagonia’s recent decision and discuss running a socially and environmentally conscious company.
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AU student dancing in theatre

Arts ·

Now on Sale: Your Ticket to the Performing Arts

Fall lineup features events from the music, theatre/musical theatre, and dance programs; free tickets for AU students
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flatbed truck transports new cars

Environment ·

How Will the California Gas-Powered Car Ban Help Fight Global Climate Change?

California has introduced a new ban on gas-powered vehicles starting in 2035.
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AU Theater Performance

Arts ·

Discounted and Free in D.C.

Check out the free or discounted exhibits and shows available to students!
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From More Clay - David Hicks, Triptych Composition (Panels #1, #2 and #3), 2021

Arts ·

AU Museum Exhibits Open Sept. 10

Ceramics; portraits from the Corcoran Legacy Collection; Haunted Koreas by Mina Cheon; A juxtaposition of art, science, and poetry; and art addressing gender, identity, and beauty
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Mina Cheon (Kim Il Soon), Umma Rises: Towards Global Peace, 2017.

Arts ·

The Arts Return to American University this Fall

Fall lineup features events in the performing and visual arts, free tickets for AU students
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Erika Pulley-Hayes

In the Community ·

WAMU 88.5: Building a Stronger Community One Story at a Time

WAMU has been connecting Washingtonians with each other and the world for over 60 years through programming and work in the community.
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