There are a lot of things you can do to receive a conduct violation at our university. I would know: as the Director of the Student Advocacy Center, I lead a team of students who work to defend those accused of committing violations.
Indie pop band Glass Animals will perform at Echostage on Sept. 25. The Oxford-based band is touring in support of its new album “How To Be A Human Being,” which was released on August 26 to critical acclaim. Following the success of Glass Animals’ lush debut “Zaba” in 2014, expectations were high for the band’s second album.
On Sept., 15, the AU men’s basketball team officially released its schedule for the upcoming season. AU will play three teams that reached the Sweet Sixteen this past March, highlighted by the defending champion Villanova Wildcats.
Over 300 students, faculty and staff gathered on the steps of MGC on Monday for the “Solidarity with Our Sisters” rally, an event organized by the Black Student Alliance in light of recent racially charged events on campus.
It’s rare to see a sitting and former first lady in one room, but it’s equally uncommon to hear them share their own stories as spouses of the Commander in Chief.That’s exactly what happened at the National Archives on Friday morning, where first lady Michelle Obama and former first lady Laura Bush emphasized their shared support for military service members and their families at the School of Public Affairs sponsored conference America’s First Ladies: In Service to our Nation. The private event was part of an ongoing series on the legacy of the nation’s first ladies spearheaded by Anita McBride, the event’s coordinator and SPA’s executive in residence.“This theme today was the thread that binds all first ladies together because no matter what issue that they choose while they are in the White House, they are all spouse of the commander in chief,” McBride told The Eagle following the event.