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Gisselle Gladden, the AU Student Government comptroller, has been suspended from her position for two weeks and put on an additional month-long probation after the SG Judicial Board ruled Tuesday that she did not complete six of the responsibilities of her office.
Technically, I am a minority. As a woman and a first-generation U.S. citizen of Indian descent, my identity descriptors fit exactly what it means to be a minority in America. Still, in my 19 years, I have never felt remotely isolated due to my ethnicity until coming to AU five months ago.
After administrators announced that they were looking into reports of a man wearing a Confederate flag hoodie in the Terrace Dining Room last week, the University has shared new details about the episode inside the dining hall.
How does a kid from Chicago, who wasn’t recruited by any of the Division I college basketball teams in the area and played NAIA Division II basketball, end up playing a pivotal role in his team’s quest for an NCAA Tournament bid at American University?
In November, the Department of Education opened a fourth investigation into potential sexual violence violations of Title IX at American University. AU remains under investigation for three complaints filed in 2015, 2016 and 2017. AU is also the only D.C. university that is under investigation for Title IX violations as of Nov. 30.
As the number of Chinese international students enrolled at AU has increased each year for the past several years, these students have looked to various organizations and programs to find a source of community at AU.
After students posted on social media about a man wearing a Confederate flag sweatshirt in American University’s dining hall Thursday night, the University has released a statement regarding the incident.
The following piece is satire and should not be misconstrued for actual reporting. Any resemblance to a student, staff or faculty member is coincidental.
After months of research and meetings, the Working Group on the Influence of Slavery on American University held its first public roundtable Wednesday to share findings from its report on AU’s connections to slavery and to recommend ways AU can address this history on campus.
The owner of the Megabytes Cafe has filed a lawsuit against American University over access to his business and losses in revenue over the past three months while the restaurant was closed.
In the AU men’s basketball team’s win over the Bucknell Bisons on Jan. 26, one thing was clear: the Patriot League is Sa’eed Nelson’s for the taking. Since lacing up for the first time in November 2016, the star point guard has started every game for the Eagles.
Our weekly search for restaurants that probably aren’t on your radar. As young, broke college kids we will bring you our honest reviews of affordable restaurants in dope neighborhoods.
Eighteen AU students studying abroad in Nairobi, Kenya were near the scene of a Jan. 16 terrorist attack in the city that killed 21 people, leading the AU Nairobi campus to cancel classes and advise students to stay inside.
AU men’s basketball soundly defeated the defending league champions Bucknell 76-68 on Saturday in Bender Arena.
After an incredible season last year that led to a NCAA tournament appearance, AU’s women’s basketball has come out a bit slower this year. Last season’s 26-7 record (and 16-2 in the Patriot League) has turned into a slightly more disappointing 11-8 so far this season. However, when analyzing the team’s statistics, it is difficult to fully understand why.
Right before “The Daily Show” correspondent Roy Wood Jr. took the stage in the Tavern Saturday night, he said he felt rejuvenated and anxious.
Bobby Seale, the legendary civil rights activist and co-founder of the Black Panther Party, will speak at AU on Feb. 5, the Kennedy Political Union announced today.
The Muslim prayer room in AU’s Kay Spiritual Life Center was renovated over winter break after Muslim students recommended that updates be made to the room, according to University Chaplain Mark Schaefer.
If you’re looking for a day to eat out in Tenleytown, Tuesdays could be your best bet.
During a “State of Student Government” speech at the first Senate meeting of the year Sunday, SG president Valentina Fernández addressed how SG can listen more to student voices and gain trust among the student body.