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As the spring semester comes to a close and The Eagle faces its last day of publishing for the semester, we, the staff, would like to thank our graduating seniors for their tireless effort and commitment to The Eagle.
At the end of every semester, graduating Eagle seniors are invited to reflect on their time at The Eagle. Staff from every section get the chance to write their last byline (and for some, their first) and reflect on their time at The Eagle, as well as get a chance to thank those who have had an impact on their time here.
As The Eagle wraps up publishing for the spring semester, we’d like to take a moment and recognize the hard work of our graduating seniors. The Eagle’s class of 2022 has worked tirelessly to make The Eagle what it is today and we are so proud of them and their achievements.
On our last day of publishing this semester, The Eagle extends a congratulation to the three graduating seniors of the fall 2021 semester. Sophia Solano, Kelsey Carolan and Riya Kohli have been an instrumental part of our staff for the majority of their time at American University. Student media, The Eagle and AU would not be the same without them.
The fall 2021 semester begins with a mask and a promise to be unlike any other semester at American University. Read The Eagle's back-to-school multimedia project for a look into academics, campus life, vaccine mandates and sports on campus this semester.
Editor’s Correction: This article has been corrected with the proper spelling of Fariha Rahman’s name.
All night, we will be updating this blog with updates on House, Senate and presidential races from AU's major states (California, Florida, Massachusetts, Maryland, Connecticut, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia and D.C.); analysis from SOC and SPA professors; hopes and goals from students; and reactions from political groups on campus. We'll be reaching out to the AU community all night. If you would like to have your voice heard, please reach out to our Campus Life Editor Dan Papscun (firstname.lastname@example.org) or any of the Eagle staff working tonight.
The American University Police Department arrested a graduate student Tuesday night after he refused to identify himself to an AUPD officer, university spokesperson Mark Story told The Eagle via email. He was arrested for unlawful entry.
American University Police Department officers removed “No More Wars for Israel” flyers from campus early Tuesday morning. The flyers contained the hashtag, #AIPACgohome, and an Operation Homeland logo. The Eagle spotted the flyers on the School of International Service building at about 2 a.m.
Student Government President Taylor Dumpson is resigning, she announced Friday.
Eight flyers with the words “NO means NO” and “#MyBordersMyChoice” were found at the University Monday, Fanta Aw, vice president of campus life, confirmed to The Eagle. The flyers also contained the name and website of a known white supremacist group beneath a map of America.
Public Safety is investigating ten Confederate flag fliers found hanging Tuesday night in four buildings, Battelle-Tompkins, McKinley and the Mary Graydon Center, Vice President of Campus Life Fanta Aw said Tuesday at 11:56 p.m. The Eagle located another flier in the basement of the Kogod School of Business.