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Music Library ·

Feature Fridays

In the music library’s ongoing series, this week’s feature is from Music Library Coordinator Amanda Steadman, who reviews 40 Most Scary Halloween Classics.
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Yamiche Alcindor

Communications ·

Yamiche Alcindor Tells Students Covering Trump Is Like Covering a Hurricane

The White House correspondent for "PBS NewsHour" and NBC News contributor spoke to AU students in October.
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Student Life ·

New Wellness Platform Launches for AU Students

AU students now have access to a new tool that can help: a personalized wellness platform, You@American, with self-checks and evaluations to help each student assess their challenges, set their own goals, and support their emotional wellbeing.
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Lonnie G. Bunch III

Announcement ·

Smithsonian Secretary Lonnie G. Bunch III Awarded 2020 Cyrus A. Ansary Medal

American University named Lonnie G. Bunch III the recipient of the 2020 Cyrus A. Ansary Medal for leadership and service.
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Dan Fiorino (left) and Mary Nichols (right)

Environment ·

A Conversation with Mary Nichols – Chair, California Air Resources Board

If you ask Mary Nichols what the biggest air pollution and climate challenge of the next few years will be for California and the country, she feels the answer is obvious: our “seeming inability to solve the political impasse.”
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President Burwell & Secretary Bunch

Alumni ·

AU Alumnus Lonnie Bunch, Philanthropic Leaders Recognized at President’s Circle Event

For his many achievements as a renowned curator, historian, and educator, Lonnie Bunch, CAS/BA ’74, CAS/MA ’76, received the 2020 Cyrus A. Ansary Medal on Tuesday, October 27, at the 39th President’s Circle Celebration.
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Government & Politics ·

7 Things to Look for on Election Night

Sine Executive Director Amy K. Dacey shares her insights on election night 2020
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Viktor Orbán

International ·

Viktor Orbán’s Use and Misuse of Religion Serves as a Warning to Western Democracies

Once an atheist, Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orbán embraced Christianity on his way to power and has used it to consolidate his position since.
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Roger W. Jones Award for Executive Leadership

Achievements ·

Federal Public Servants Honored with Roger W. Jones Award for Executive Leadership

Five dedicated federal executives were celebrated for leadership in government at an online ceremony Oct. 21 hosted by the AU School of Public Affairs (SPA) and the Key Executive Leadership Programs
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Internships ·

Not Just a Semester Away

Unforgettable moments don’t happen to everyone, but they are typical for students at American University’s Washington Semester Program (WSP).
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