Student Government’s diversity office is bringing a swath of new events and initiatives to the organization this fall, including events for students of color and trainings for members of the SG Senate.
Pop sensation Troye Sivan recently began his fourth headlining tour since his debut in 2015. Sivan’s latest album, “Bloom,” was just released on Aug. 31, and Washington D.C. will be one of the earliest locations worldwide to hear hits from that album performed live when Sivan visits the Anthem on Oct. 4.
It is more important than ever that we learn how to support our loved ones who have experienced sexual assault. The last week or so has been especially triggering and traumatizing for survivors of sexual assault and sexual violence with the accusations against Supreme Court justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh surfacing.
Standing in front of the sandstone doorway of a 12th century Khmer temple, your eye might be drawn to the myriad signs which evidence its antiquity: the two crumbling columns flanking its sides, the scalloping of the steps, worn away from years of feet scraping away at the stone, or the discoloration of the rock, blending from red to gray to brown to tan.
Student activists from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida will speak at AU on Oct. 9, the Kennedy Political Union announced today.
An underground transformer fire near Hughes Hall that burned for over two hours led to the evacuation of all main campus buildings Saturday morning. No injuries were reported, according to AU spokesperson Mark Story.
To enter the United States to begin my master’s degree at American University, I needed to prove that I had roughly $60,000 in cash or other liquid financial assets available. Without these funds in hand, the American government would not grant me a F-1 student visa.
A lawyer for Maria Butina, the gun activist and American University graduate charged with acting as a Russian agent in the U.S., has issued a subpoena for university records, including copies of class rosters for each of Butina’s courses, AU police reports concerning Butina and a complaint Butina filed against an AU professor who made comments about her to the media.
The following piece is satire and should not be misconstrued for actual reporting. Any resemblance to a student, staff or faculty member is coincidental.
AU’s new Sine Institute of Policy and Politics officially launched Tuesday with an event featuring University President Sylvia Burwell and Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tennessee) at the Newseum. The pair discussed bipartisanship — a key mission of the institute — as well as policy issues such as health care and Social Security.
American University alum and activist Sarah McBride will return to AU’s campus Thursday night to discuss her new memoir, “Tomorrow Will Be Different: Love, Loss, and the Fight for Trans Equality.”
On Sept. 29, American University Photo Collective will be showcasing 23 works in the student-favorite eatery SEOULSPICE during the annual Art All Night Tenleytown event. Neighborhoods across D.C. will join the nonprofit organizer Tenleytown Main Street to celebrate diverse local talent in the visual and performing arts.
In an effort to raise money for the Kay Spiritual Life Center, American University Chaplain Rev. Mark Schaefer completed a 523-mile bike ride that took him across borders and earned him thousands of dollars for the center.
American University will be home to the new bipartisan Sine Institute of Policy and Politics, University President Sylvia Burwell announced today on the MSNBC program “Morning Joe.”
Former AU student Isaiah Young died on Sept. 12 at the age of 21, leaving behind a legacy of passionate campus activism at the University.
After a disappointing 2017-2018 season, the AU men’s basketball team and head coach Mike Brennan are looking to bounce back this year after a summer of heavy recruitment.
LVL UP embarks on their last tour after seven years of pure teenage angst that all started in a college dorm room at SUNY Purchase. The group will be playing the DMV’s epicenter for emo rock bands, the DC9 Club, on Sept. 20. The four-piece band includes Mike Caridi, Greg Rutkin, Dave Benton and Nick Corbo. This band of classmates is somber, but grateful for their fans and the experience they got to have.
A series of changes affecting how clubs can fundraise and spend money has upset several student leaders who say the changes will hurt the success of their organizations.
Students marked the launch of a university chapter of the Alexander Hamilton Society (AHS) with a debate on U.S. relations with North Korea on Wednesday, Sept. 12 in the Don Myers Innovation and Technology Building.
After Muslim students led an extended fight for more halal dining options on campus last year, AU has created a new section in the Terrace Dining Room dedicated to halal food.