The 2018 women’s National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) basketball tournament kicks off Friday. The No. 14 seed Eagles will first play No. 3 seed UCLA in Los Angeles on Saturday at 3:30 p.m. EST.
Weeks after hitting theaters, audiences’ love for Director Ryan Coogler’s “Black Panther” is still going strong: the film has made over $520 million domestically, making the list of top 10 highest-grossing films in the United States of all time.
On February 27, American University Police Department officers removed anti-Semitic posters from campus. 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.
As a college student, it seems like someone is always throwing up from drinking too much. Whether it’s that random girl on my floor or a friend from class, someone is always pushing their limits. Sometimes, it’s a one-night issue. The person just drank faster or more than they should have. But sometimes, someone is regularly drinking too much, too fast and putting themselves at risk. The first few months of the school year were filled with flashing red and blue lights on the Letts-Anderson quad.
Graduate student Benjamin Brumer returned to campus Wednesday morning after being arrested by American University Police for unlawful entry Tuesday night. AU Police said Brumer refused to identify himself as a student after being asked several times, but Brumer is contradicting that account.
The top-seeded AU women's basketball team beat Lafayette 55-35 in the Patriot League quarterfinal Monday evening. The Eagles (24-6, 17-2 PL) will now face Army West Point in the semifinal game on Thursday night in Bender Arena.
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.
As universities continue to capture national headlines concerning diversity, affordability and mental health, students in Jane Hall’s Advanced Reporting class asked AU students this question: What is the most important issue facing college campuses today? Read below for their replies.
African-American Jewish activist and educator Yavilah McCoy will lead an event titled “Getting Proximate: Developing and Maintaining Multiracial, Multicultural and Multi-faith Alliances Toward Equity & Justice” on March 20, the Kennedy Political Union announced today.