Rasch Chinchilla in the studio

Arts ·

Turning Up the Volume: AU's Women in Audio Club

Student organization supports women, who are underrepresented in audio industry
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Fresh vegetables

Research ·

"A Match Made in Heaven": Unique Collaboration Promotes Health and Wellness in DC

A new partnership between AU, Wesley Theological Seminary, and DC faith-based groups targets reducing obesity and the health equity gap in the District.
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Sudama on the AU Campus

Arts ·

Elyn Zimmerman’s Sudama Unveiled on AU’s Campus

Notable sculptural installation gifted by National Geographic Society enhances AU’s campus
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A phone looking at Silicon Valley Bank

Social Sciences ·

The Banking Crisis: How Did We Get Here? What’s Next?

Economist Gabriel Mathy weighs in on the crash of SVB and the fallout across the international banking system
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Patrica Park: “Imposter Syndrome”

Literature ·

Award-Winning Author Patricia Park Talks about “Imposter Syndrome”

Assistant Professor publishes her first young adult novel about what it’s really like to grow up in today’s world
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Symphony Orchestra performs

Arts ·

April Music Performances at American University

The Department of Performing Arts presents a lively roundup of vocal and instrumental music programs to welcome spring.
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To the Point: Cherry Blossoms

Science ·

To the Point: Have DC’s Iconic Cherry Blossoms Arrived Earlier Than Usual?

Professor and environmental scientist Michael Alonzo answers our question of the week
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1987 March on Washington

In the Community ·

AU Celebrates New ENLACE Digital Archive

Nearly 500 historical documents document DC’s first Latino/a gay and lesbian organization
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To the Point: Trains

Science ·

To the Point: What Are the Dangers and Responsibilities Involved in Transporting Hazardous Chemicals across the Nation by Train?

Professor and chemist Matthew Hartings answers our question of the week
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CAS student Ekua Hudson used AU's Design and Build Lab to construct a sustainable farming system.

Environment ·

A Bountiful Future: AU Student Crafting Sustainable Food Plan for DC Public Schools

Driven by the desire to create equitable food systems for underserved communities, public health major Ekua Hudson, CAS/BA ’24, is teaching herself how to design and build sustainable hydroponic farms to help feed Washingtonians.
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