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Syrian dissident and activist Ahed Al Hendi spoke to AU students about raising awareness for the Syrian refugee crisis and his work to help refugees during an event hosted by the Kennedy Political Union on April 11.
Sabrina Naimark was driving back home from work in Panama in 2008 when she turned on the radio and heard an announcement calling for volunteers at the Panama Special Olympics. Three days later, she sat on the sidelines watching the athletes compete and fell in love with the experience.
There are enough burger shops in this world, but there aren’t enough grilled cheese shops. For now, it looks like Melt Shop (located near the intersection of 19th Street and L Street, near the Farragut North Metro stop) is the only carb and dairy spot D.C. needs. And who doesn’t love grilled cheese? Four of The Eagle’s staff were more than enthused to collaborate on a grilled cheese tour at the downtown shop. Check out each of our mini-reviews below to see if Melt Shop is right for you.
Two cars crashed into a fallen tree just in front of 4200 of Massachusetts Ave. around 6:15 p.m. on March 1.
Tahir Kahiel began cutting hair for students and faculty on AU’s campus 15 years ago. But this October, Kahiel will be cutting all ties with the University as he is forced off campus at the end of month.
AU saw a sharp rise in the number of aggravated assaults on and near campus in the past year, according to the University’s Annual Security Report released on Oct. 1.
Students gathered at the Woods-Brown amphitheater to remember a tragedy that shook the world.
The construction of the East Campus has begun, according to a memo distributed Sept. 5 by Assistant Vice President David Dower.