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Association of African American Students (AAAS)

Founded in 1968 by eight African American Students, AAAS is one of the oldest student-led organizations at DePauw University. AAAS works to promote a sense of empowerment through which African American students can explore their academic and social identities and to educate the entire campus community on many aspects of African American culture.

Schedule of Events


 Events

Dates

Times

Locations

Documentary: Why We Laugh?

Thursday, September 26th

6:00pm

AAAS House

Women of Color Reception

Wednesday, September 25th

4:00pm

Women's Center

Take Back the Night Rally

Wednesday, September 25th

5:00pm

U.B. Ballroom

 

Video Content


 

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@AAAS_DePauw on Twitter


TODAY IN BLACK HISTORY: Andrew Brimmer, an economist, became the first black member of the U.S. Federal Reserve... http://t.co/YMNtvaYf7C

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Today, we honor Ms. Valerie Thomas, creator of an incredible 3-D Optical Illusion Device! After attending Morgan... http://t.co/eSUwgduXOI

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Today we celebrate the birthday of W.E.B. DuBois! We continue in his legacy by remembering one of his most famous... http://t.co/ZV8W55nTbc

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When our Education Chair gave that amazing presentation on the relevance of Black History Month! http://t.co/fj4J8GGKUY

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Today we honor the trailblazing Carol Moseley Braun, Braun was the first African- American woman to be elected to... http://t.co/GlPCIY92gC

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