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Alumni ·

Message from LAA Co-Chairs

The Latino Alumni Alliance (LAA) has been hard at work over the past five months connecting with alumni and Latino students and integrating ourselves at all levels of conversation to form a more inclusive and diverse community.
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Donald Curtis

Communications ·

Alumnus Donald Curtis Honored at CCES Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service

SOC Professor Gemma Puglisi’s PR Portfolio class created the MLK Visionary Award to honor the leadership work of an AU alum.
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Media Production Center 2020

Communications ·

Media Production Center Reopens, Featuring State of the Art Equipment and Facilities

The newly renovated Media Production Center (MPC) at American University’s School of Communication (SOC) held its grand reopening on January 21.
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Science ·

Annual Event Connects Women Across DC STEM Community

Last week, nearly thirty American University STEM students came together to learn and network at the tenth annual Women in Science Alumnae Panel.
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Cover art from David Bowie album Blackstar. A large five point star over smaller star pieces

Student Life ·

Feature Fridays

In the music library's ongoing series, this week's feature is from student assistant Jalen Lesly, who reviews Blackstar, by David Bowie.
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Politico Journalism Institute Logo

Communications ·

American University and POLITICO Announce Journalism Institute 2020 Class

POLITICO is pleased to announce its 2020 class of its educational initiative dedicated to diversifying Washington-area newsrooms.
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Tori Powell at NYC Intensive

Communications ·

New York City Career Intensive Gave Me the Opportunity to Get My "Foot in the Door"

The 2020 New York City Career Intensive provided SOC student Tori Powell the unique opportunity to “get her foot in the door” at world-renowned companies like CNN, The Wall Street Journal, Nickelodeon, and Bustle Digital Group in New York City.
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Caroline Bruckner

Business ·

The Hidden Cost of the Hustle

Faculty and director of the Kogod Tax Policy Center, Caroline Bruckner, hones in on the tax consequences of gig work.
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On Campus ·

Celebrating Black History Month

February is Black History Month, a time to celebrate the accomplishments of African Americans in the U.S. and the African diaspora. Learn more about African American history and culture with these titles from our collection.
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Participants at the annual Sustainability Awareness Basketball game

Athletics ·

Men’s Basketball Hosting 7th Annual Sustainability-Themed Game

Cheer on AU men’s basketball and celebrate university’s environmental accomplishments.
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