On August 7, the AUN Library organized a send-forth dinner for 15 interns who completed their six-month industrial training here at AUN.
On August 11, President Dawn Dekle, charting a new direction for the University, began her presentation on leadership with this quote by Oscar Wilde: “Every saint has a past, and every sinner has a future.” That was her fourth town hall address to the University community.
On August 1, the University community sat as one to watch a documentary set in post-Saddam Iraq. The convergence of the staff at the library auditorium was at the behest of President Dawn Dekle, who once headed the American University of Iraq, Sulaimani (AUIS).
Long time member of the AUN community, now ordained, the Reverend Godson Ubani says Adamawa has become his home.
On July 4, a detachment of the AUN security force mounted a guard of honor for President Dawn Dekle on arrival.
Senior Ball has belonged to pre-commencement activities since 2011 when Dean of Student Affairs Byron Bullock first introduced it as part of graduation activities.
Senior Ball has become a tradition since 2011 when the Dean of Student Affairs Byron Bullock first introduced it as part of graduation activities.
On May 9, to prevent the spread of the deadly “Type C Meningitis,” Mr. AUN Kazayet Zachariah, Miss AUN Mbali Mokgatla, and Miss Stallion Kebone Mofokeng, spearheaded a free meningitis vaccination exercise for internally displaced persons at St. Theresa’s Catholic Church, Lugere.
On May 16, trucks loaded with farming tools - pitchforks, shovels, and hoes - as well as varieties of seed crops, went to four local governments: Maiha, Mubi South, Mubi North, and Michika.
On May 3, the Human Resources & Planning department held a send-forth luncheon for 17 National Youth Service Corps members who just finished national service at AUN.
The Non-Denominational Christian Fellowship has elected 14 executives for the 2017/18 academic session.
On April 20, the Stallions FC proved it is in top shape by winning 3-2 in a demanding friendly match against MAUTECH FC.
On April 25, a law major, Christine Vihishinma, visited Government Girls Secondary School, Yola, to donate funds to help with five female students' fees.
At this year’s Stallion Awards Dinner on April 22, Mr. AUN, Miss AUN, and Miss Stallion had a chance to present their social responsibility project to the AUN community.
One hundred and fifty women from the surrounding communities have graduated from a skills and literacy training that was organized by the AUN Community Service office.
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