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Television & Film ·

The Tao of The Good Place: Profs Discuss TV’s Most Cerebral Sitcom

The breezy NBC comedy manages to work in Kant and Kierkegaard.
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On Campus ·

Stories Worth Telling: Honoring Military Service at AU

A closer look at veterans and military-affiliated individuals on campus.
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Max Raabe

Communications ·

A Government Analyst with a Passion for Game Design

Max Raabe has been working as a government analyst at the Department of Homeland Security for the past ten years, but his passions lie elsewhere: game design.
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Social Sciences ·

Prestigious Gender Equality Econ Conference at AU

Leading economists will address the importance of gender analysis in economic research.
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Ammarah Rehman, Newman Civic Fellow 2018-19

Achievements ·

A Force for Change

A profile on AU's 2018-19 Newman Civic Fellow Senior Ammarah Rehman, a leader for change at AU.
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On Campus ·

All-American Speech: 10 Memorable Insights from Loretta Lynch

The former attorney general called for a civil, fact-based politics.
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2018 Alumni Award Winners

Alumni ·

Announcing the 2018 AU Alumni Award Winners

The American University Alumni Board and the Office of Alumni Relations honored recipients of the 2018 Alumni Awards on Saturday, October 20.
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Regina Curran and Fariha Quasem are the team at AU's Title IX office.

Campus Safety ·

What is Involved in a Title IX Complaint?

Find out what happens when a student comes forward with a complaint to the Title IX office.
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On Campus ·

Advocating for Health

The Wellness Center changed its name this summer – and why it matters.
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Theodore Sorenson, KPU's first speaker

On Campus ·

Kennedy Political Union Celebrates 50 Years

Since its launch in 1968, the student-run organization has been responsible for bringing numerous prominent speakers from all different backgrounds to campus.
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