A gun scare on AU’s campus triggered a two-hour lockdown right before 8 p.m. on Dec. 11 as D.C. Metropolitan Police Department and AU Department of Public Safety officers searched for a possible gunman.
On view through late May, Damage Control explores the themes of destruction in art and the context in which these pieces were created. Stemming from the “escalation of the arms race and the prospect of nuclear annihilation” in the early 1950s, different art mediums convey the significance of these disasters.
If you’re in D.C. at the end of December, be sure to check out trombone player Trombone Shorty and his band, Orleans Avenue, at the 9:30 Club. His mix creates an exciting, audience worthy sound, perfect for a night of dancing and grooving. You do not want to miss out on his three-night, D.C.!
AU Photo Collective held a night shooting workshop on November 13th. Here are some of the great photos that were taken!
It's Willoughby's big day, and everyone is getting ready for a romantic wedding in the midseason finale of season four of The American Dream.
An AU alumna, Sabrina Ousmaal leads a dual professional life, working as an Associate Publisher for The Energy Daily during the weekdays and operating Terasol,a one-of-a-kind café and art gallery located in upper Northwest Washington D.C., with her husband, Alan Moin, by night.
Willy Mutabazi, a 20-year-old whose Rwandan whose early life was greatly impacted by the ethnic tensions in the area was invited to speak at AU by the Student Organization for African Studies. He hopes that people will not define his country by the genocide, but recognize the progress that has made since then.