The women's lacrosse team scored five second half goals in its game on Saturday at Jacobs Field, but the Eagles' rally fell short and they fell to Bucknell, 9-8. The team remains winless in the Patriot League.
AU Board of Trustees member Alan Meltzer responded crudely to members of Fossil Free AU who sent him emails on Feb. 26 demanding consideration of a new chair for the Finance and Investment Committee.
While the semester is coming to a close, make sure to check out these festivals, movies or a great house party before finals start. Get off campus and soak up the sun at some of these outdoors events.
In the early 2000s, CDs were still the go-to for listening to music. Now, streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music have taken over, providing endless catalogs of music to discover and explore. Finding new circles of music has never been more accessible – there is an entire expanding universe of music hidden behind every smartphone and computer screen today.
About 50 students gathered in front of Kay Spiritual Life Center on Monday night, their umbrellas shielding them from the steady rainfall, to participate in AUSG Women’s Initiative’s annual “Take Back the Night.”
Jake Tapper, CNN’s chief Washington correspondent and anchor, discussed his experiences as a journalist under the new presidential administration during an event hosted by the Kennedy Political Union and School of Communication on Tuesday night.
Though tourists often flock to the Smithsonian museums and national monuments, D.C. is not just about the National Mall. For college students on a budget, there are plenty of free activities to make the most of, from free concerts to hiking.
Following the year-long pilot program, AU and the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority agreed to renew the U-Pass initiative for the 2017-2018 Academic Year.
The California-based Red Hot Chili Peppers have been a mainstay in the music industry since the 1990s with a funk-laced rock sound that refuses to get tired. The band’s latest tour, for its 2016 album "The Getaway", will bring the group to the Verizon Center on April 12. Some of the band’s most famous songs include “Can’t Stop,” “Californication” and “Dani California”; hits that are still heard on the radio today.
Portugal. The Man took the stage at the 9:30 Club in full force on April 1, exhibiting an upbeat vibe that would carry on throughout the rest of the band’s almost two hour performance.
AU students have some new food and fitness variety to look forward to in the coming year, as two new restaurants and a fitness center are planning to move into Tenleytown at the Tenley View Apartments, a new apartment building very close to the Tenleytown Metro station, on Wisconsin Avenue, near Middle C Music.
You read that right: Nora “Awkwafina” Lum is coming to AU.
Vicky Wilkins will serve as interim dean of the School of Public Affairs beginning July 3, according to a memo sent by Provost Scott Bass on Tuesday.
Dean of Students Robert Hradsky sent a memo to the campus community on Monday to disclose that the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights has opened a Title IX investigation into a complaint the department received in August 2016 against the University.
The California duo, Foxygen, brought its infectious pop energy to the 9:30 Club on March 22. Playing a relatively short 13-song set list, the group didn’t miss the mark on presenting its latest album “Hang,” released in January.
If you had the chance to have the chocolate of the world at your fingertips, would you take it?
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). Nationwide, activists and advocates are taking action to counteract and raise awareness for sexual violence. This month, while amazingly informative and impactful, can be challenging for advocates, survivors and allies. As a person who works on these issues, I know the month can be emotionally and physically taxing. Wellness is necessary for our sustainable activism.
President John F. Kennedy delivered four important speeches to audience members at AU on March 8 – almost. Instead, attendees got the next best thing, actor Caspar Phillipson, who recently portrayed Kennedy in the film “Jackie.”
The Bridge Cafe will open on April 3 on the second floor of Bender Arena, replacing the second floor of the campus bookstore. The cafe will operate with limited hours as a student lounge for the remainder of the semester and will expand to a cafe starting in the fall 2017 semester.
On his new musical project, Aubrey “Drake” Graham, the artist who has merged the sound of hip-hop and pop music over the past several years, now adds additional new musical elements to the mix.