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Mural of white dove in front of rainbow. Credit: Paul Moody

Humanities ·

The First Pride Was a Riot: The Origins of Pride Month

AU’s K. Tyler Christensen weighs in on history and importance of Pride Month
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Former Congressman Will Hurd

Government & Politics ·

2022 Sine Summer Series Brings Experts on Government, Health, Bipartisanship

The Summer with Sine series kicks off June 17.
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Norman Early

Alumni ·

Celebrating the Life of Alumnus Norman Early, First Black District Attorney of Colorado

How Norman Broke Racial Barriers at AU and in Colorado
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Annika Bergstrom receives Public Health Award

Alumni ·

Alumna Receives Public Health Award on Path to Internal Medicine Residency

Annika Bergstrom recognized for incorporating public health into medical studies and volunteer work
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Person standing with pride flag

In the Community ·

Doors Opening or Closing: Navigating AAPI and LGBTQ+ Intersecting Identities in America

As Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month ends and Pride Month begins, members of the AU family in both communities reflect on the intersection of those identities.
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Cassidy Stoneback, SPA/BA '22, poses for graduation photos near the Washington Monument wearing a graduation gown and pride stoll.

Alumni ·

Pride Alumni Alliance Returns to In-Person Events to Celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride Month

Plus, LGBTQ+ alumni on what the Pride Alumni Alliance and Pride Month means to them.
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These adorable animals are all business when it comes to educating children about the dangers of misinformation online.

Achievements ·

Mascots on a Mission

AU students are finalists in national competition to combat extremism
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Alex Zestos and his student research team. Photo by Jeffrey Watts.

Science ·

AU’s Alex Zestos Develops Sensor to Detect pH Changes in Body

Potential implications for the study of cancer, stomach ailments, and other diseases
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Glover Gate POB KSB Quad

Alumni ·

Emergency Funds: Filling in the Financial Gap to Ensure Student Thriving

Unforeseen life events can arise at any given time—for anyone. And for some families, such hardships put into question whether a student will be able to pay their college tuition as planned.
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Trey Yingst on location in Ukraine

Alumni ·

Alumnus and Fox News Foreign Correspondent Talks Covering Ukraine in Crisis

If you offered Trey Yingst, SOC/BA ’16, a million dollars to do any job of his choosing, he wouldn’t take it.
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