Sarah Snyder documents the long 1960s and the crumbling of the Cold War consensus.
The Elliot L. Richardson Prize is presented on a biennial basis to individuals possessing the outstanding public service virtues exemplified by the late Mr. Richardson.
In advance of the movie’s release, two AU professors ponder its cultural impact.
Charlie Wachtel, an AU alumnus, and his co-writer will have their film, Black Klansman, produced by Jordan Peele and Spike Lee.
The SOC grad is a visual effects assistant editor for the new CW TV series.
AU math professors run a DC Math Circle for 5th-8th grade students.
Emmett Patterson and Lex Loro continued their innovative work post-graduation.
Bethany Hall, a talented comedy writer and performer, will work on the Center for Media & Social Impact’s “The Laughter Effect” initiative
The highly competitive scholarship program admits five freshmen annually.