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Classics like "Night of the Living Dead" share space with surprises like "Gremlins" on Professor Brannon's top ten list.
SOC Assistant Professor Kyle Brannon discusses the enduring popularity of the horror genre.
The School of International Service’s Student-Alumni Mentoring Program has kicked off its sixth year with over sixty student-alumni matches.
Students visited the largest of three solar power sites that together will provide 50 percent of American University's electricity needs by the end of 2015.
Our third Personnel Profile story highlights RTL Technology Coordinator Christina Floriza and her secret life in the world of improv comedy.
As a member of Raytheon’s Financial Leadership Development Program, Kogod alumna Eliza Morgan will work in four finance roles in two years.
Clara F. Londoner and David J. Londoner Scholarship established for special education teachers.
Writer Ta-Nehisi Coates will appear at American University in November.
The Society of Physics Students and the AU Rude Mechanicals host the Science Spooktacular.
Science research projects are shaping students’ futures.
A native of Peru, Correa first came to AU in 2005 for a certificate in Spanish translation, but he stayed on to pursue a master's degree in Spanish and Latin American studies.
AU Emerging Global Leader Scholar Biggie Tangane plans to support a new Africa.
After nearly three decades at the School of International Service (SIS), longtime Associate Dean Leeanne Dunsmore announced to colleagues that she will retire in early November.
The AU Alumni Board honored five distinguished Eagles at its annual awards dinner on October 18.
SOC’s new political communication co-director discusses her background, upcoming midterm elections.
Anthropology PhD student researches the food sovereignty movement in Ghana.
Erin Fuller, FASAE, MPA, CAE, is a leader in nonprofit management, and credits her experiences at AU's School of Public Affairs with preparing her.
SOC, KPU organize conversation around American Forum on the topic of midterm elections and the issues that matter.
We asked SIS Professorial Lecturer Nathan Paxtonto explain how social science can contribute to an understanding of the Ebola epidemic.
October is LGBTQ History Month and to celebrate we have highlighted some of the best LGBTQ books, films, and CDs in our collection.