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  1. Talent show Apollo-style

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    Black Student Union
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    Meetings. Workshops. Trainings. Info Sessions
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    $3.00
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  2. Every Friday of the school year at 9 p.m., the Anime Society hosts a screening of various animated shows from Japan. Attendees are allowed to nominate and vote on shows for the evening, and all are welcome. We host these meetings each week at MGC 200.

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  3. Every Friday of the school year at 9 p.m., the Anime Society hosts a screening of various animated shows from Japan. Attendees are allowed to nominate and vote on shows for the evening, and all are welcome. We host these meetings each week at MGC 200.

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    Anime Society
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  4. National Antiracist Book Festival

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    School of International Service
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    Ceremonies. Receptions. Banquets
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  5. The goal at CLIFF is to equip and connect emerging and established leaders in the fight against modern slavery. They recognize the multifaceted nature of human trafficking and seek to leverage diverse collegiate and professional networks to develop innovative and intersectional approaches to the anti-slavery movement. Following the success of the event last year, they are expanding their efforts …more

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    AU Students Against Human Trafficking
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    Meetings. Workshops. Trainings. Info Sessions
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    $7.00
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  6. Their goal at CLIFF is to equip and connect emerging and established leaders in the fight against modern slavery. They recognize the multifaceted nature of human trafficking and seek to leverage diverse collegiate and professional networks to develop innovative and intersectional approaches to the anti-slavery movement. Following the success of the event last year, they are expanding their …more

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    AU Students Against Human Trafficking
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    Meetings. Workshops. Trainings. Info Sessions
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    $7.00
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    Required
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  7. Join the Southeast Asian Student Network to celebrate all things Southeast Asia! 

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    South East Asia Student Network (SEANET)
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    Ceremonies. Receptions. Banquets
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  8. Carol Brown Goldberg’s exhibition Entanglement offers vivid evidence of her artmaking as the convergence of intellect, emotion, and technique. Her paintings in the current exhibition—marked by images of dense, imagined foliage—are rooted in a unique interplay of tightly packed philosophical concepts and more ethereal poetic imaginings.

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    American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center
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    Arts and Entertainment
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  9. As Mexico's most prolific and influential graphic artist, Francisco Toledo has been exploring the fantastical and expanding the expressive range of his printmaking over more than 50 years. This exhibition encompasses a wide range of Toledo's work, revealing the progression and creative process evidenced in his printmaking. The exhibition also includes 21 works by both Mexican and foreign …more

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    American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center
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  10. Jiha Moon’s works address the intersection of imagery native to Korea, Japan, and China and elements of the West in order to explore cross-cultural perceptions. Originally from Korea and presently based out of Atlanta, Georgia, Moon’s work addresses the nature of our current global identity as influenced by popular culture, technology, racial perceptions, and folklore. By melding the …more

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    American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center
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  11. Miya Ando's artwork ranges from monochrome to subtle color palates, offering a glimpse of the immense calming energy of the infinite. Ando creates an immersive work that engages the viewers, bringing nature to mind, reminding the viewers of their own connection to, and place within, nature and nature's cycles. Her works bring attention to the fragility, the deep power and the uncompromising force …more

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    American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center
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  12. Michael Clark (a.k.a. Clark Fox) has been an influential figure in the Washington art world for more than 50 years. Dividing his time equally between the capital and New York City, Clark was not only a fly on the wall of the art world as the last half-century played out— he was in the middle of the action, making innovative works that draw their inspiration from movements as diverse as Pop Art, …more

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    American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center
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  13. Women's Lacrosse vs. College of the Holy Cross

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    Athletics and Recreation
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    Athletics Competition
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  14. Directed by Casey Cook and Matthew Brown
    AU Chorus and AU Symphony Orchestra commemorate the 100th anniversary of the birth of Leonard Bernstein with his timeless masterpiece, Chichester Psalms. The program also includes works by Mahler and Elgar and concludes with Antonín Dvorák’s Te Deum for chorus and orchestra. Tickets: $5–10

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  15. AU PRIDE will be hosting the very first PRIDE prom for AU and surrounding schools.

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    AU PRIDE
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    Social Events and Recreational Activities
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  16. The AU Dance Company presents the annual Spring Dance Concert, featuring choreography by AU students, faculty, and guest artists. Participate in a post-concert discussion with the choreographers on Friday, April 20. Tickets: $10–15

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Coming Soon

  1. Catholic Mass 11 AM

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    Kay Spiritual Life Center
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    Ceremonies. Receptions. Banquets
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  2. We Are Empowered AU is hosting its end of the year brunch for its mentors and mentees to celebrate and reflect on their experience. 

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    We Are Empowered
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  3. Carol Brown Goldberg’s exhibition Entanglement offers vivid evidence of her artmaking as the convergence of intellect, emotion, and technique. Her paintings in the current exhibition—marked by images of dense, imagined foliage—are rooted in a unique interplay of tightly packed philosophical concepts and more ethereal poetic imaginings.

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    Host
    American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center
    Type
    Arts and Entertainment
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  4. As Mexico's most prolific and influential graphic artist, Francisco Toledo has been exploring the fantastical and expanding the expressive range of his printmaking over more than 50 years. This exhibition encompasses a wide range of Toledo's work, revealing the progression and creative process evidenced in his printmaking. The exhibition also includes 21 works by both Mexican and foreign …more

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    Host
    American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center
    Type
    Arts and Entertainment
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  5. Jiha Moon’s works address the intersection of imagery native to Korea, Japan, and China and elements of the West in order to explore cross-cultural perceptions. Originally from Korea and presently based out of Atlanta, Georgia, Moon’s work addresses the nature of our current global identity as influenced by popular culture, technology, racial perceptions, and folklore. By melding the …more

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    American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center
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    Arts and Entertainment
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  6. Miya Ando's artwork ranges from monochrome to subtle color palates, offering a glimpse of the immense calming energy of the infinite. Ando creates an immersive work that engages the viewers, bringing nature to mind, reminding the viewers of their own connection to, and place within, nature and nature's cycles. Her works bring attention to the fragility, the deep power and the uncompromising force …more

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    Host
    American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center
    Type
    Arts and Entertainment
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  7. Michael Clark (a.k.a. Clark Fox) has been an influential figure in the Washington art world for more than 50 years. Dividing his time equally between the capital and New York City, Clark was not only a fly on the wall of the art world as the last half-century played out— he was in the middle of the action, making innovative works that draw their inspiration from movements as diverse as Pop Art, …more

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    American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center
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    Arts and Entertainment
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  8. Stop by for some comfort food with the Jewish community before finals!

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    Hillel
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    Social Events and Recreational Activities
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  9. Join us for an age-appropriate tour and hands-on art-making workshop inspired by one of the current exhibitions. Recommended for ages 5-12. Cost is $10 per child. Registration and additional information: www.tinyurl.com/AUMtix

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  10. Baptist and International Ministry Bible Study

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    Kay Spiritual Life Center
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