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Op-ed: Saying goodbye to my student-athlete family

(04/29/17 9:10pm)

I wasn’t going to write this column. I thought I had said everything I needed to say about my AU sports journey in my last column about my dad. That column flowed easily, my emotions and gratitude for my father and my family pouring out of my head like a rushing river. But, as I sat down to write a paper one night in the library with my swim teammates, I became overcome with another sensation of gratitude. And those feelings needed to be documented as well.

Policy changes at the Berkshire Apartments catch AU off-guard

(03/04/16 11:10pm)

AU students living in the Berkshire Apartments were surprised to receive an email from Senior Community Manager Jerald Bowman on March 2 that detailed sudden and immediate changes to the building’s roommate release program. The email also stated that three Berkshire residents will be evicted from the building due to use or possession of marijuana and face possible expulsion from AU.

AU swimmer qualifies for 2016 Olympic Games

(01/12/16 3:36pm)

Twenty-three flags line the walls of Frailey Pool, each one symbolizing a country that has been represented by a student-athlete on the AU swim team. When Caylee Watson joined the team two years ago, swimming head coach Mark Davin added a new flag to represent her home -- the U.S. Virgin Islands. Just last month, Watson, now a junior in the School of Public Affairs, earned an honor much bigger than a flag: a spot on the U.S. Virgin Islands Olympic team.

Letter from the Editor: Four things I learned from being the editor-in-chief of a school newspaper

(04/17/15 8:59pm)

I was the editor-in-chief of The Eagle for 382 days, and I’m not going to lie, the year and 17 days I spent as editor-in-chief were some of the best and worst days of my life. During that time, I laughed, cried, stressed and smiled more than I had in my three years at AU prior to taking on the position. But I left the paper in the competent hands of Shannon Scovel, and I can’t wait to see what she and her staff do next year.