ATV Special Broadcast Correspondent Leila Nasser had the chance to talk music, videos, and career with the duo Karmin.
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For the 2014-2015 school year, Sophia Wirth will be the Student Government President. With an 82% vote, The Student Activities Fee Referendum passed as well.
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AmWord Magazine Editor Josh Paunil sits down with Former White House Press Secretary Ron Nessen.
Recently finished with her book "The Hands of War," Author and Holocaust survivor Marione Ingram sits down with ATV News Reporter Leila Nasser and talks about writing the book, her struggles as a child, and the nonviolence movement.
Since 2002, the Student Activity Fee was $73.50 per semester. Now, with a committee headed by Michael Wang, and with representatives from Student Government, AU Student Media, and AU Club Council, the distribution of the Fee, along with the Fee itself, are about to change.