News from the Aurora University community

It’s all in the details: Students showcase digital photographs

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The Aurora University community is seeing what 12 students have spotted with their digital cameras in the exhibition, “The Art of Observation,” currently on display in Phillips Library. The images, taken in the Introduction to Digital Photography course, explore a range of subject matter and approaches to picture making.

Aurora University’s literary journal expands its reach

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NOLOS isn’t just for English majors anymore, according to Sandra Marchetti, advisor to the Aurora University student-run literary journal. In fact, under her direction over the past year and a half, NOLOS has taken a variety of steps to diversify both its contributor base and its staff.

Pit your trivia knowledge against AUSM on Wednesday

Tired of lame-stream media? Then you need to get to know Aurora University Spartan Media (AUSM), a student organization dedicated to publicizing the truth and nothing but the truth — as well as well-reasoned opinion, sports, and cultural and entertainment news — to the AU community.

Stage adaptation of Poe classic to premiere at Aurora University

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The Aurora University drama department will present the world premiere of Chicago-based playwright Sean Graney’s “Fuller (and Edgar) in the House of Usher,” an adaptation of Edgar Allen Poe’s 1839 short story “Fall of the House of Usher,” on Friday, Feb. 10 at the school’s new Theatre Studio Lab.

Sophomore Kristi Zimbelmann on track to become an Aurora police officer

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Until her second year in high school, sophomore psychology major Kristi Zimbelmann had every intention of becoming a teacher. But those days are long gone. Nowadays, whenever she’s not in class, she’s usually on duty with the Aurora Police Department.