Many college graduates have to answer similar post-graduation questions: Where will I live? Where will I work? Does frozen pizza count as meal prep?
A balanced offense from the AU women’s volleyball team allowed the Eagles to cruise to a 25-14, 25-10, 25-22 victory against the Bucknell Bison, Sunday at Bender Arena. Eight Eagles recorded kills and the team finished the match with a 0.479 hitting percentage.
When sophomore Nuha Vora first arrived at AU, she didn’t know many other Muslim students.
American University has been notified of a new suspected mumps case by the D.C. Department of Health, David Reitman, the director of the Student Health Center, announced Friday. This brings the total to seven mumps cases reported at the University.
The clocks have turned back and the afternoon sunlight is dimming earlier and earlier every day. Winter is fast approaching, even if the abnormally warm weather still has me questioning if I’ll need a coat when I leave in the morning. This time of year comes with delights such as Pumpkin Spice Lattes, holiday celebrations, cozy sweaters and warming comfort foods. For many of us, however, it also brings about a type of yearly depression known as Seasonal Affective Disorder.
In the visual spectacle war that is the music industry, experimental multi-genre music producer, electronic musician and Los Angeles-based DJ Flying Lotus stakes his claim once again with a new 3D tour.
The end of the semester will be here before we know it, so take advantage of the weekend by entering foodie heaven, supporting independent artists or learning how to make zines.
American University's Public Safety department released their annual security report in late September, encompassing all criminal activity at the University in 2016. Each year, the report gives rare insight into crime trends on campus as well as how AU handles those incidents.
American University soccer player Hayley Mullins will be remembered for her honesty, optimism and kindness, her coaches and teammates said.
This semester, I've led a Diversity and Inclusion Committee at The Eagle. The purpose of the group was to reflect on and improve both our coverage of underrepresented communities on campus and diversity within our staff.
Several professors and classes on the terrace level of the Battelle-Tompkins building relocated to new locations in October due to high humidity, water infiltration and mold growth, according to Joseph Van Story, AU’s director of facilities operations.
Newly elected Senator-at-Large Yasaman Hakami was harassed by another student, called a “fascist,” and had her campaign posters ripped down following a town hall for Undergraduate Senate candidates on Oct. 29, Hakami said. The story was first reported by The Blackprint.
Beginning their set at 12:30 a.m., Brooklyn-based dream pop band Beach Fossils faced the challenge of performing for a crowd of droopy-eyed, impatient D.C. locals stressing about getting a full eight hours of sleep before work the next morning. However, the combination of superb openers, a rather magical disco ball and the band’s dreamy sound proved to make up for the late start of Beach Fossils’ show on Oct. 24 at the 9:30 Club.
Will Mascaro, a senior in the School of Communication, has been fired from his position as director of the Center for Advocacy and Student Equity, a position he’s held since spring 2016.
Soaring from the pages of Louisa May Alcott’s well-known story of sisterhood and female ambition in the 1860s, American University’s Department of Performing Arts’ production of “Little Women” pulled my heart deep into the surprisingly relatable and transformative lives of the four March girls – Jo, Amy, Meg and Beth.
The AU volleyball team carried momentum coming off a weeklong break to win crucial Patriot League matchups against both Army West Point (16-9, 9-3 PL) and Holy Cross (4-21, 1-11 PL).
After a summer of work, the student-led Zero Waste Club and Zero Waste coordinators in the facilities management department have launched a new compost program aimed at making composting easier for students.
American University has once again completed its biannual campus climate survey. If this is the first you are hearing of said survey, don’t worry, because you’re not alone.
Whether you’re looking to get in the Christmas spirit, watch a Korean film or sample tons of unique beers, there’s something worthwhile for everyone to check out in the District this weekend.
The AU field hockey team has been number one on the Patriot League’s ranking stats for weeks. With 13 wins and only five losses, AU is a the team to fear heading into the postseason. On Friday Nov. 3, the second seeded Eagles will play in the semifinal round of the Patriot League Tournament against third seeded Bucknell at 3 p.m. in Boston, Massachusetts