Grace Vitaglione
Grace Vitaglione (she/her/hers) is a junior from West Virginia studying journalism at American University, with minors in Creative Writing and Spanish. Vitaglione is passionate about audio and narrative-based journalism, but she’s interested in writing about almost everything. Her current long-term career goal is to say, “I’m Grace Vitaglione, NPR News,” at least once on air.

Fun Fact: I'm the tallest person in AWOL.

Grace Vitaglione, Podcast Director

Dec 04, 2020
Episode 4: Defining Home During a Pandemic (Story)
Dec 01, 2020
Asian American Student Union leaders were “disappointed but not surprised” with Andrew Yang event (Story)
Aug 04, 2020
Racism, sexism, and abolition: a modern Greek tragedy (Story)
Jun 09, 2020
58 Resident assistants sign letter demanding AUPD reforms and an end to relationship with MPD (Story)
Mar 27, 2020
AU extends pass/fail options in light of coronavirus: students and faculty weigh in (Story)
Feb 25, 2020
American University professor talks “pleasure activism” in campus event (Story)
Jan 28, 2020
Profile: Mildred Smart (Story)
Jan 15, 2020
Deaths in the District, Part I (Story)
Jan 13, 2020
The Hum: Episode 2 – Home for the Holidays (Story)
Nov 08, 2019
Episode 1: AU Students Talk Online Dating (Story)
Sep 19, 2019
Students Raise Awareness about Lockheed Martin, Company Cancels Appearance at Job Fair (Story)
Mar 04, 2019
“College is a Debt Sentence”: AU students protest the Board of Trustees (Story)
Feb 26, 2019
Student activists hold town hall on tuition increase, AUSG president says tuition increase inevitable (Story)
Feb 23, 2019
Unlikely presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg speaks at Politics & Prose (Story)
Feb 21, 2019
SPA gallery shows injustice of juvenile imprisonment (Story/Media)
Dec 10, 2018
Ripped from the Wall, Addiction at AU, Part I: The Discovery (Story)
Dec 05, 2018
Seoul Searching: K-Pop’s Cultural Divide (Story)