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Students and faculty enjoyed burritos, analysis, and treats at this year’s Halloween screening new NBC Dracula.
New poll reveals Americans, Canadians, and Mexicans overwhelmingly agree that there should be more collaboration among the three countries.
AU undergrad Madeline Ullrich researched the Holocaust during summer internship.
American University’s School of Public Affairs honors Roger Jones Award winners.
Robert Pastor and Manuel Suárez-Mier talk free trade as 20th anniversary of NAFTA approaches.
Grad student Mattea Sanders is pursuing her love of history in the form of a career with the National Parks Service.
SOC Professor's new book details the immigrant experience—including her own family’s.
AU Symphony Orchestra and Chorus perform pieces outside of the box at the National Presbyterian Church.
Film screening of The Optimists: The Story of the Rescue of the Bulgarian Jews from the Holocaust, Nov. 13 with Bulgarian Ambassador Elena Poptodorova.
In this issue of Dean's Picks: SOC's Investigative Reporting Workshop releases new documentary, professor Jane Hall moderates Wonk of the Year, and the Human Rights Film Series is part of a larger campus-wide initiative.
The Academic Support & Access Center helps students soar above NCAA academic standards.
American University’s Frederick Douglass Distinguished Scholars Program inspires future leaders.
History alumna Wendy Lower’s new book is a finalist for the nonfiction National Book Award.
Colm Mulcahy uses his training as a mathematician to transform the performance of street magic.
Through innovative, practical applications, Professor Donald Williamson has helped make Kogod’s MS Taxation Program one of the nation’s highest rated.
TESOL grad student Kathrina Konfirst teaches English in the Ukraine.
American University film series is part of campus-wide focus on human rights.
Annual trip provides students opportunity to experience New York City financial and real estate worlds first-hand.
Chris Edelson argues that throughout history, U.S. presidents have tested and overstepped the limits of emergency powers, especially in the post-9/11 era.
Graduate students present original research to the arts and academic community.