This article explores how QAnon has flourished under the technological architecture of social media and has become a breeding ground for extreme actions, including the U.S. Capitol Assault.
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August is always an exciting time at AU, as we welcome the newest Eagles to our family.
How do you keep up with a career field that is constantly changing? This AU alumna has a few insights.
In the music library’s ongoing series, this week’s feature is from guest writer Andrew Brown, who reviews Piano Concerto in One Movement by Florence B. Price.
Among them is Sarah McBride, SPA/BA ’13, who will become the nation’s first openly transgender state senator.
Kaya Suner supports his community by creating COVID Connectors
Maria Elena Salinas, the “Voice of Hispanic America,” Discusses Latinos in Journalism and Reflects on Her Career
In a chat with School of Communication student Christian Peña, Salinas discussed the Latino narrative, immigration, and the opportunities for Latinos in the field of journalism.
Professor Caroline Bruckner tells us why a disproportionate number of women-owned businesses have struggled due to COVID-19 and what can be done.
The project focuses on magnifying the concerns of young voters from diverse experiences and backgrounds, leading up to the most critical election of our lifetime.
A heartfelt, hopeful, and modern road trip musical
SIS professor Garret Martin shares five things to know about Europe's re-imposed lockdowns as new coronavirus cases surge across the continent.
Zachary Houdek discusses what motivated him to travel from DC to Texas to vote in person.
Though hosted online, the 8th annual Multicultural Alumni Reunion remained educational and impactful.
Kogod alum William Goodloe spoke with Dean Delaney about his path to president of SEO and how this nonprofit is supporting students during the pandemic–and how they hope to help even more in a post-COVID world.
Virtual tours, STEM student group presentations, and an early look at the Hall of Science
Mary Gray answers your questions on Reddit’s “Vote America: Ask Me Anything”
In the music library’s ongoing series, this week’s feature is from Music Library Coordinator Amanda Steadman, who reviews 40 Most Scary Halloween Classics.
Artist, alumnus, and art professor Yaroslav Koporulin passed away last week
The White House correspondent for "PBS NewsHour" and NBC News contributor spoke to AU students in October.
AU students now have access to a new tool that can help: a personalized wellness platform, You@American, with self-checks and evaluations to help each student assess their challenges, set their own goals, and support their emotional wellbeing.
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