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Professor Rachel Louise Snyder, the nation's leading writer on domestic violence, has published her latest award-winning book, No Visible Bruises: What We Don’t Know About Domestic Violence Can Kill Us.
Discover the story of how three very different AU alumnae came to befriend each other and make a film that has entered festivals across the nation.
On her podcast, "UPROOT," SIS professor Agustina Giraudy engages in conversations about immigration, identity, and the condition of being “uprooted.”
Community Voice Lab and AU’s Humanities Truck are taking the Community Voice Film Series on the road and into the community.
Looking for a new adventure in NYC? Want insider access to unique experiences? Meet Corey William Schneider, Kogod/BSBA ’11, founder and CEO of New York Adventure Club.
Laura Waters Hinson is currently in production on a short documentary following one of America’s most unique newsrooms: Washington DC’s street paper, Street Sense.
In the music library's ongoing series, this week's feature is from student assistant Ryan Jacobs, who reviews Flood, by They Might Be Giants
The 2nd annual National Antiracist Book Festival, the only book festival of its kind organized around authors writing for racial equity and justice, will take place Saturday, April 25.
For the third consecutive year, AU has been ranked No.2 among medium size schools on the Peace Corps’ 2020 list of Top Volunteer-Producing Colleges and Universities with 48 Eagles serving worldwide.
We caught up with Professor Carolyn Gallaher to ask questions about what she learned from immersing herself in the "alt-right" Twittersphere.
In the music library's ongoing series, this week's feature is from student assistant Cameron Betchey, who reviews Evening Machines, by Gregory Alan Isakov.
American University hosted more than one hundred enthusiastic students from four Washington, DC, middle schools for its fourth Optics Olympiad.
When Janet Rodriguez, SOC/BA ’06, applied to AU, she didn’t tell her mother. After visiting DC on a high school field trip, she knew she wanted to study in the city.
Elizabeth Black, SIS/BA ’09, co-founder of Bee-Bilingual, is expanding childhood access to Spanish language lessons.
East Campus is the latest AU facility to be receive U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED Gold rating.
Kogod alum Steve Anderson taps into the growing ethical consumer market with his business, Kyrgies.
Conservative Islamic views are gaining ground in secular Bangladesh and curbing freedom of expression.
For his dissertation on threat perception and incohesion in NATO, SIS PhD graduate Balazs Martonffy received this year's John McCain Dissertation award at the Munich Security Conference.
The events capped off a nonstop week of reporting for 24 AU students enrolled in Presidential Primaries, a course offered every four years by SOC and SPA. Now in its fourth cycle, the class featured a new twist this year: South Carolina.
Mark your calendars: AU’s inaugural Black Alumni and Student Reunion will be held on campus April 3-5.