To the Point

Government & Politics ·

To the Point: Why Classified Documents are Popping Up Everywhere

Distinguished Professor of History Allan J. Lichtman answers our question of the week
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Arts ·

February Filled with Art, Music, Dance — and Free Tickets for Students!

The Arts at AU offer something for everyone this month
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Education ·

Breaking Down Barriers: ADVANCE grant will help AU retain women and underrepresented STEM faculty

STEM leaders speak about how their efforts will move AU forward and their experiences as women and women of color who advanced in teaching and scholarship.
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Airlie includes a working farm, hotel, events space, and conference center.

Research ·

Inaugural Airlie Research Projects Reflect Property’s History, Spirit

The projects include a dissertation workshop and research on the intersection of technology and nature.
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In the Community ·

12 for ’23: A Dozen Things to Look Forward to This Year at AU

Mark your calendar for the 12 things we’re looking forward to at AU and keep an eye out for more throughout the year in This Week at AU, on social media, and elsewhere.
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Sense and Sensibility actors perform in December 2022. Credit: Jeff Watts.

Arts ·

Your Spring Performing Arts Calendar

Music, theatre, and dance performances are free for AU students
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In the Community ·

On the Road: AU's Humanities Truck

Mobilizing the Humanities for a Better World
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First Person ·

Antisemitism at New All-Time High in US

AU’s Pamela Nadell explains alarming rise of antisemitism and how it’s moving mainstream
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Naminapu Maymuru-White working at the Buku-Larrŋay Mulka Centre, Yirrkala, 2021. Photo by Leicolhn McKellar

Arts ·

AU Museum Winter Exhibits Open Feb. 4

Photojournalism from World War II; A Look at the Art of Collecting; Australian Aboriginal Bark Paintings; The Trawick Prize; and a Retrospective of Photography by D.C. Artist Gail Rebhan
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On Campus ·

American University Faculty Experts On Why Change Can’t Wait

American University faculty are the leading experts in these essential fields of study (and more). AU scholar-teachers are finding solutions to the world’s most pressing issues and shaping the next generation of changemakers.
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