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Despite Conflicts and Fire, Notre Dame Continues to Survive

Despite past conflicts and a devastating fire on April 15, 2019, the Notre Dame cathedral continues to survive and there are plans for it to be rebuilt.

Enrolling in College Takes Determination and Planning

You’ve decided to resume your education by earning a college degree. But how do you return to the world of education and what do you want to study?

How to Study for Finals as Commencement 2019 Approaches

Preparing for finals and commencement should really begin long before your last classes start. Your final classes are no time to start procrastinating.

APUS Pi Gamma Mu Chapter Named to 2018 Roll of Distinction

The APUS chapter of Pi Gamma Mu International Honor Society in Social Sciences was recently named to the society’s 2018 Roll of Distinction.

AMU Alumna Works to Support Efforts to Save African Manatees

AMU alumna April Smith is working to save endangered manatees with a grant for the African Manatee Conservation Project.

Are College Degrees in History Fast Becoming History?

Why is there an apparent turn away from the study of history when the need to correct historical illiteracy appears so great?

Extinct and Endangered Languages Are Making a Comeback

A New York City-based nonprofit organization, Wikitongues, is now attempting to preserve endangered languages through video.

NSSE Survey 2019: The Value of Surveys in Higher Education

On February 14, first- and fourth-year AMU and APU students received an email invitation to participate in the 2019 NSSE survey.