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American University students collaborate.

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Finding Their Voices Through Complex Problems

Courses like complex problems and American University Experience help integrate first-year students into the university setting while teaching them how to navigate college.
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Food drive

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Eagles Helping Eagles: The Market Helps Ease Food Insecurity on Campus

OCL is holding a back-to-school food drive through September 9
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O2GO reusable takeout containers filled with lunch items.

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American University Introduces Reusable To-Go Containers in Campus Dining

Grant from D.C. area partners supports campus efforts to reduce waste
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Portrait of Dr. Gregory C. Hutchings Jr.

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Former Alexandria City Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Gregory C. Hutchings Jr. Joins American University’s School of Education

Dr. Gregory C. Hutchings Jr. will serve as American University School of Education's first executive-in-residence.
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Bender Library Launches 24/7 Study Space

Starting September 19th, the first floor of Bender Library will be open 24/7 to all AU students, faculty, and staff.
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People on the AU quad

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Meet the New College of Arts and Sciences Faculty!

This fall, CAS welcomes a cohort of new professors across the arts, sciences, social sciences, and humanities
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AU graduate students in discussion during class

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Our Top Tips for Applying to Grad School

An interview with CAS Assistant Director of Graduate Recruitment Jonathan Harper
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A clipboard showing numbers from the poll

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Young Americans Cite Respect, Dignity, Tolerance as Core Values, New Poll Reveals

A new poll by the Sine Institute for Policy & Politics at American University offers insights into the future of American democracy, public policy, and political discourse.
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Airlie includes a working farm, hotel, events space, and conference center.

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New Plan to Grow Airlie Is Built on Property’s History of Changemaking

As AU enters its sixth year of stewardship, university leaders have outlined an 18-month vision for Airlie, which lays the foundation for growth and sustainability into the future.
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Vincent E. Slatt, Emma Busch, Prof. Salvador Vidal-Ortiz, Leti Gomez and Anne McDonough in front of the DC History Center.

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“Link” to the Past: Materials Bring to Light Pioneering Latina/o Lesbian and Gay Organization

Collection of materials on ENLACE, former advocacy group in Washington, D.C., are available to researchers, students and general public
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