Brooklyn indie-rock band Parquet Courts will wrap up its string of winter dates with a performance at the 9:30 Club, supporting its critically acclaimed 2016 effort “Human Performance.”Frontman Adam Savage’s self-proclaimed “New York heritage” style of music combines elements of early-90s punk and indie rock, garage rock and experimental rock with self-aware, cerebral and thoughtful lyrics.
“Hardball with Chris Matthews” taped live at the Greenberg Theatre in Tenleytown on Thursday night as part of the “Hardball College Tour,” a series that travels to different colleges across the country to discuss politics with students and politicians alike.
The artist behind the nine-foot-tall statue of Native American activist and convicted criminal Leonard Peltier said he feels the University’s decision to remove the work from the Katzen Arts Center’s lawn is an affront to freedom of expression.AU unexpectedly removed the piece, by Ricardo Gouveia or “Rigo 23” from Katzen Arts Center Lawn on Jan.
The 19th century writer Finley Peter Dunne first said that it is the job of newspapers to “comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable.” In essence, the press ought to use truth as a tool to prevent abuse of the powerless by the powerful.
AU students, alumni and staff joined more than 1,000 protesters who gathered in front of the White House on Sunday afternoon in response to President Donald Trump’s executive order now commonly called the “immigration ban.” The executive order signed by President Trump on Jan.
I have come to the realization that I have been underestimating the people of AU. During my past years on campus, I have neglected to speak about my experience of having a service dog - mostly because I was sure that not only would people not understand, but that I would be met with a level of distrust and general disinterest that I could not handle.