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On Campus ·

AU Hosts It's On Us First Regional Advisor Summit

On Aug. 4 and 5, American University hosted the first ever It's On Us regional advisor summit.
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In the Community ·

On the Road: Chaplain Mark Schaefer Rides his Bike for Kay Spiritual Life Center

The university chaplain is a strong advocate for AU’s interfaith community.
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In the Community ·

10 ways to reduce food waste in Washington, DC

The United States wastes 40 percent of the food it produces every year. A recent graduate outlines ten ways DC can cut food waste and serve as a model for food waste reduction.
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In the Community ·

Seat at the Table: Taylor Berlin Talks About ANC Service

With a commission post unfilled, this AU student stepped forward.
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Announcement ·

In Honduras, Anti-Corruption Effort Makes Headway, but Its Future in Doubt, Report Reveals

Independent report reveals that an anti-corruption effort in Honduras makes headway, but its future in doubt.
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Entire group of students in the SIS atrium after 2017 Model G20. Flags behind students.

On Campus ·

Simulated Worlds: The Model G20 Initiative Gets Students Thinking Like Real Diplomats

The SIS program will hold the special conference this October.
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Eagle Summit Pep Rally

On Campus ·

Eagle Summit 2018: What's New?

As a successful Eagle Summit season comes to an end, learn about new features of this year's events, such as the kickoff of the first-year advising program.
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Announcement ·

American University Journalism Professor to Receive NABJ’s Ida B. Wells Award

Efforts to improve newsroom diversity earn AU SOC professor John Watson national honor.
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Announcement ·

Behind the Curtain: New AU Course Will Give Students an Insider’s Perspective on White House History

The nation’s most famous home will be the focus of a new undergraduate course at American University this fall
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In the Community ·

Top 20 Things to Do This Summer in DC

Summertime in DC means unique art exhibitions, delicious food options, and outdoor celebrations. From year-round favorites to seasonal events, here are 20 ways to spend this summer like a District native.
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