In this issue, read a love letter (or 26) to Washington, DC; delve into the long and colorful history of the polygraph; get to know the likable curmudgeon of Capitol Hill Books; and meet AU’s 15th president, Sylvia Mathews Burwell. Also, brush up on World War I history, peek into an archeologist’s bag, hop on the Metro to Farragut West, and get to know two of AU’s 643 Twin Cities transplants.
In this issue, delve into the Scandal-ous life of Judy Smith, meet ESPN’s new public editor, reflect on a decade of transformation under President Neil Kerwin, and learn more about autism—the fastest growing developmental disorder in the United States. Hop on the Metro to Capitol South and get to know a few of AU’s 1,068 Seattle transplants.
In this issue explore DC street art, run away with the Street Light Circus, meet AU’s Olympic hopefuls, reminisce about commencements past, hop on the Metro to the Smithsonian, and get to know some of AU’s 1,875 Boston transplants. Also in the July issue: 3 minutes on the national parks, 88 years of yearbooks, and a beer quiz.
In this issue, explore the shadowy world of cyberattacks; meet the newly-elected mayor of Alexandria, Virginia; tour WCL's gleaming Tenley Campus; hop on the Metro to Judiciary Square; and get to know some of AU's Northern Virginia neighbors. Also in the March issue: 3 minutes on the Second Amendment, Dr. Seuss Day, and a mind-blowing quiz.
In this issue, explore the painful past and peaceful rebirth of Hiroshima; meet plane crash survivor and author Robin Suerig Holleran; reminisce about a time when AU was a soccer powerhouse, hop on the Metro to Bethesda, and get to know some of AU’s 1,800 San Fran transplants. Also in the November issue: 3 minutes on the Federal Reserve, the history of Clawed, and an Uber quiz.
This issue, meet Maryland First Lady Yumi Hogan, learn about Kogod’s startup incubator, explore the Smithsonian’s new American Enterprise exhibit, hop on the Metro to Navy Yard—Ballpark, and get to know some of AU’s 1,200 Atlanta transplants. Also in the August issue: footwear on campus, 12 Eagles to follow on Twitter, and a new quiz with a tasty prize.
This issue, meet DC Mayor Muriel Bowser, learn about the influx of post-9/11 veterans on college campuses across the country, hop on the Metro to Farragut North, and get to know some of AU's 600 Phoenix transplants. Also in the March issue: the psychology behind selfies, attorney Tom Goldstein's path to the Supreme Court, and cartoonist Tony Rubino's tools of the trade.
This issue, explore 92 impacts of the landmark Civil Rights Act of 1964; browse images by Yemeni photographer Boushra Almutawakel, Kogod/BSBA '94; learn about Constantine Stavropoulos's, Kogod/BSBA '87, new café at the Washington National Cathedral; and hop on the Metro to the Archives-Navy Memorial-Penn Quarter stop. Also in the November issue: Freshman Service Experience celebrates 25 years and flight attendant Heath Granas, SPA/BA '02, unpacks his Rollaboard.
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