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Editor’s note: This article originally appeared on theeaglecoronavirusproject.com, a separate website created by Eagle staff at the onset of the coronavirus pandemic in spring 2020. Articles from that website have been migrated to The Eagle’s main site and backdated with the dates they were originally published in order to allow readers to access them more easily.
After 468 days at the bargaining table and the past week spent on strike, the American University Staff Union secured a contract with the University. The Union went on strike from Aug. 22 to Aug. 26, against what staff said were unfair wages, a result of unsuccessful bargaining sessions with the administration during the negotiating process.
On Thursday, members of American University’s Staff Union announced they are planning a strike to protest what they alleged were unfair labor practices by the University.
American University has identified its first presumptive cases of monkeypox in the AU community, Student Health Center Director Dr. David Reitman announced in an email on Monday.
In an email to the American University community on July 13, Provost Peter Starr announced that business and academia veteran David Marchick has been selected as the new dean of the Kogod School of Business.
In an email to the American University community Thursday, the Office of Campus Life provided updates to AU’s coronavirus health and safety protocols.
The dreary forecast of rain and clouds did not stop the nearly 50,000 people that met at the National Mall on Saturday, June 11 for the March for Our Lives.
After nearly a yearlong nationwide search, Dr. Shannon Hader will serve as the next dean of American University’s School of International Service. Hader will assume the role on July 1.
From the Newsstands: This story appeared in our December 2021 print edition. You can find the digital version here.
Prompted by the antisemitic vandalism found in Anderson Hall’s Lower Level and the student outrage that followed, the University emailed a statement to the community addressing the incident on Sept. 13.
Student Government hosted a candlelight vigil in front of the Mary Graydon Center in honor of An’Twan Gilmore, a 27-year-old D.C. resident who was killed by police three weeks ago.
Community concerns have been raised over some professors at American University choosing to teach maskless. Although many maintain a six feet distance from the rest of the class, some students still have reservations over the safety of this practice.
The delta variant, believed to be a more contagious and deadly version of COVID-19, is now the most dominant strain of the virus in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Administration shared updated guidelines for domestic and international travel among faculty and staff members in an email Wednesday.
Editor's Note: This article is a developing story and has been updated with additional information.
Masks will no longer be required outdoors on campus for fully vaccinated individuals, Vice President of Campus Life and Inclusive Excellence Fanta Aw announced in an email Monday, in order to update the American University health and safety protocols.
In a May 7 email to the American University Student Government, Max Rubin announced his resignation from the position of comptroller, citing personal concerns.
Sentiments of joy and relief erupted across the country Tuesday when former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty of the murder of George Floyd.
Chyna Brodie, a sophomore in the School of Public Affairs, was elected as Student Government president for the 2021-22 academic year with 65 percent of the vote.
Editor’s note and update: Max Rubin and Maanasi Natarajan, staff columnists for The Eagle, were not involved in the reporting, writing or editing of this article. This article has been updated to state that polls have been extended, and, due to technical difficulties, "virtual paper ballots" have been sent out for students who were unable to complete their ballot.