Op/Ed: Koh does not represent WCL
Law students protest Harold Koh, a former legal adviser to the State Department, as Washington College of Law commencement speaker for his support of the Obama administration’s targeted killing program.
Coke machine vandalism suspect arrested
CAS freshman Gray Leonard was charged with destruction of property worth under $1,000 in connection with the vandalism of the Coca-Cola vending machines in Ward Circle Building.
Movie Review: The Great Gatsby
Baz Luhrmann’s version of the F. Scott Fitzgerald classic is a mostly successful exercise in excess.
TKE International closes AU chapter amid hazing allegations
Tau Kappa Epsilon International closed AU’s chapter of the fraternity on April 25, effective immediately due to a “demonstrated absence of strong and responsible leadership,” according to TKE International Chief Executive Officer Shawn Babine.
TKE under investigation for hazing
AU’s chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon is the subject of a University hazing investigation for the second time in the past year, according to members of the fraternity. Some of the alleged hazing includes forcing pledges to march 10 miles, drink alcohol and smoke marijuana.
Stacks of The Eagle’s last weekly issue disappeared
Stacks of the latest issue of The Eagle have disappeared from the stands the morning of April 25. An investigation is ongoing.