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Student Government presidential candidates discuss advocacy, campus issues and goals at debate

(04/07/23 3:24pm)

Candidates for student body president discussed their goals and campaign platforms at a Tuesday debate held by the American University Student Government’s Elections Commission in partnership with the Kennedy Political Union and The American Agora, a student-run public affairs commentary site.

'Barry Farm: Community, Land & Justice in Washington, DC' captures the harrowing tale of community, land and justice in Washington, D.C.

(10/21/22 2:40pm)

Displacement, distrust and disappointment characterize the story of D.C.’s inability to care for and protect marginalized communities in one neighborhood in particular: Barry Farm, D.C. 

Sine Institute holds event with Patagonia CEO Ryan Gellert discussing Patagonia’s mission for sustainability

(10/05/22 1:18pm)

Yvon Chouinard, founder and former owner of Patagonia, gave away his two percent of stock of the company to the Patagonia Purpose Trust in early September. This trust will oversee and distribute donations to grassroot organizations fighting against climate change.

ARTECHOUSE presents pristine ‘PIXEL BLOOM’ exhibit

(05/26/22 1:30pm)

Attending the National Cherry Blossom Festival and appreciating the flowers while they are in bloom is a long standing tradition for D.C. locals. Because the season is short-lived, the PIXEL BLOOM exhibit in ARTECHOUSE provides viewers with a non-traditional museum experience that celebrates the blossoms long after the season's passing.

Powerful Pages: ‘The Glass Castle’ is a memoir of magic and misery by Jeannette Walls

(02/15/22 4:03pm)

According to a New York Times review of “The Glass Castle,” memoirs are “our modern fairy tales, the harrowing fables of the Brothers Grimm reimagined from the perspective of the plucky child who has, against all odds, evaded the fate of being chopped up, cooked and served to the family for dinner.” Luckily, author Jeannette Walls was never served for dinner, but her memoir “The Glass Castle” is surely an interesting mix of magic and misery.