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#CookwithAULibrary Contest November 1-30

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Cook with AU Library Contest

It’s time to show off those culinary skills! AU Library invites you to participate in our #CookwithAULibrary Contest!
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Hannah Gelband

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Scholarship Recipient Explores Family History

Hannah Gelband, CAS ’20 is pursuing her AU degree in history, with minors in psychology and Jewish studies, with support from the donor-funded Estelle Seldowitz Endowed Scholarship.
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Sydney Fry

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Scholarship Supports Student's Passions

Sydney Fry, CAS ’19, is a Ronald Francis Crown Scholarship recipient. Fry is majoring in neuroscience with a minor in business administration.
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Moon at night with a silhouette of bats

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Spooktacular Halloween Titles

Calling all boys and girls, goblins and ghouls! Get ready for Halloween with these “spooktacular” titles from our collection!
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Album cover for Beck - Morning Phase

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Feature Fridays

In the music library's ongoing series, this week's Friday Feature is from student assistant Matt Francisco as he reviews Morning Phase by Beck.
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Student at a laptop

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7 Tips to Help You Ace Your Research Paper

It is that time of year again. No need to feel stressed, because the library has all the tools you need to handle research, citation, and review.
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Isaac Calvert, SIS '20, participates in the dead-lift challenge during Healthy Campus Week.

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Lifting Away Stress

Student uses time in the gym to help deal with the stress.
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Miranda Laurion with coworkers in Hawaii

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The Real World: Summer Internships

From helping endangered sea turtles to working on death penalty cases, five students share highlights from their summer internships and how their experiences will help them in the future.
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Two students at a CAS advising event.

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September at AU: A Time to Explore

Choosing majors and career paths are big decisions, and the College of Arts and Sciences Office of Undergraduate Advising wants to help.
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Meghan Ballard

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Graduate Student Meghan Ballard Talks About "Being Part of the Change"

Meghan Ballard (SPA/JLC ’18) has worked on antitrust criminal cases and is now a civil rights paralegal specialist. Ready for a new challenge, Ballard enrolled in SPA’s Justice, Law & Criminology graduate program with a concentration in public policy.
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