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Book Review - We Are Bellingcat: The Online Sleuths Solving Global Crimes

A book review of We Are Bellingcat: The Online Sleuths Solving Global Crimes Eliot Higgins. (Bloomsbury Publishing, 2022).
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Four ambassadors to the US shared their stories from the world of diplomacy with WPI executive director Betsy Fischer Martin, far right.

Government & Politics ·

The Count: Pursuing Political Power

For over 20 years, some of the nation’s top political voices, including Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Gloria Steinem, and Barbara Lee, have visited AU to participate in the Women and Politics Institute at SPA.
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SAMI will celebrate its fifth anniversary with an open house for students and alumni and a public reception in 2023.

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Building Skills: SPA Program Offers Tools to Solve Real-World Problems

More than 1600 students and AU alumni have benefited from 38 different in-person and online courses.
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Congress to Campus Hits SPA

Former Lawmakers Promote Compromise and Collegiality on Visit to AU Classes
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Historic UAW Election Is Bringing Profound Changes to the Autoworker Union’s Leadership

An historic election for the United Auto Workers union is expected to bring changes to leadership, chances of better pay, more strikes, and higher car prices.
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To the Point

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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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Documents seized by the FBI at former President Donald Trump's home in Florida.

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Three Facts and a Fiction: Not-So-Secret Documents

What are the security impacts of Presidents Biden and Trump stashing classified documents at their homes?
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Kevin McCarthy addresses the 118th Congress after his election as the Speaker after 15 votes.

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Three Facts and a Fiction: House of Pain

Distinguished Professor Emeritus James Thurber reflects on the recent turmoil in the US House of Representatives.
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Roommates Noah Burke, left, and Aidan Levinson work together to prove civil discourse is alive and well amongst younger students.

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Friends First: AU Roommates Set Example for Bipartisanship

Noah Burke,  SIS/BA ’22, and Aidan Levinson, SPA/BA ’23, hope their work together as student associates at the Sine Institute serves as an example that civility is alive and well amongst the next generation of political changemakers.
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