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SIS student Zachary Houdek and SPA student Meredith Reilly in the car they drove to Texas.

Government & Politics ·

Election 2020: SIS Student Travels 1,300 Miles to Cast His Ballot

Zachary Houdek discusses what motivated him to travel from DC to Texas to vote in person.
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A woman wears a mask with a European flag design.

International ·

5 Things to Know about Europe’s Re-imposed Lockdowns

SIS professor Garret Martin shares five things to know about Europe's re-imposed lockdowns as new coronavirus cases surge across the continent.
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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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A police rapid response team deployed in Lagos, where LeVan observed the 2019 elections.

International ·

5 Things to Know about the #EndSARS Movement in Nigeria

Professor Carl LeVan shares his take on the recent protests in Nigeria.
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Pope Francis

International ·

5 Reasons Why the Pope’s Support of Same-Sex Civil Unions Is Important

Professor Naomi Moland shares five reasons why the Pope's support of same-sex civil unions is important.
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A man wearing a surgical face mask riding a bicycle on a road in Nigeria.

International ·

How Has Nigeria Handled the Coronavirus?

SIS professor Carl LeVan discusses Nigeria's response to the coronavirus.
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headshots of Danielle Vogel, Daniel Leon-Davis, John Morada

Alumni ·

New Program Pairs Alumni with First-Year Classes

From Silicon Valley to New Zealand, alumni have answered the call for guest speakers for AU’s signature Complex Problems program.
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Rhonda Hamilton, Adrienne Hollis, Malini Ranganathan, Vernice Miller-Travis, and Jacqui Patterson

Announcement ·

SIS Climate Justice Event Oct. 22 Will Feature Five Women Leaders

A panel of experts will discuss climate justice issues.
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The White House

Government & Politics ·

What Happens to National Security and Foreign Relations If the President Is Incapacitated?

The country is not completely rudderless, even if many senior officials are quarantining to help curb the spread of the coronavirus.
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Rohingya refugees in refugee camp in Bangladesh.

International ·

What Motivated Bangladesh to Open Up Its Borders to Over a Million Rohingya Refugees

Bangladesh's culture as well as a painful history of a war in which 10 million sought refuge played a role in the country's opening up of its borders.
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