Soak up the end of September and the lingering warm weather with an all-night art event, fashion show, food festival and more.
AU field hockey won both games this weekend, defeating Bucknell 4-0 and Drexel 4-1 Saturday and Sunday at Jacobs Field.
"If you cry, you will dance harder," singer Hayley Williams instructed the crowd gathered at the MGM National Harbor Theater last Wednesday. Under the projected glow of retro neon lights, Paramore was just beginning their third stop of “Tour Two” in support their newest album "After Laughter," a release that balances a certain happy-sad dichotomy.
Coffee District’s annual D.C. Coffee Fest will start Saturday and continue celebrating the popular drink throughout the weekend. Hosted by the collaborative coffee organization, the event focuses on creativity within the D.C. coffee community.
Macaroni and cheese, cereal and canned goods.
Promises of free tote bags full of plant-based treats and coupons lured many to VegFest, a vegan food festival, well before 11 a.m. on Sept. 2. Local organizations, food vendors and nonprofits huddled under tents in the rain, sharing products for leading a healthier, plant-based diet.
AU defeated 2016 NCAA qualifiers Princeton and Howard and fell to Power 5 conference foe Iowa at the AU Volleyball Classic Friday and Saturday at Bender Arena.
The School of Education hosted a global education forum on Sept. 7 to address issues of race and cultural dissonance in education in both K-12 and at the University level, specifically regarding hate and discrimination in the classroom. The forum featured experts in various fields including public policy, academia, government and the non-profit sector, who explored the complexities of hate crimes on campus and how to fight them.
We’ve already reached the end of the third week of classes, so take a well-deserved break with a scary movie, street festival, theatre party and more.
Rep. Donald McEachin, D-Va., spoke Tuesday at AU about the state of the Democratic Party and his experiences at AU. McEachin is an AU alum and former brother of Kappa Alpha Psi. He served as student body president in 1982.
The scene outside the White House was angry, impassioned and resolute Saturday, as about 100 people protested President Trump’s decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program in six months.
We asked AU students, who attend one of the most politically active campuses in the country, to answer the following question: What is the most important issue facing the country today?
Since 2001, Epsilon Iota, a former chapter of Alpha Tau Omega, has existed at American University as something of a wicked folk tale, hidden behind a dark, unsettling shroud. Yet, the dangers of this “underground fraternity” are very, very real.
Graduate students are walking into AU having experienced unwanted sexual activity before starting their advanced degrees — and there’s a vacuum of on-campus resources available for treatment, according to a study by an AU researcher.
The Washington College of Law’s Immigrant Justice Clinic (IJC) and the Office of Campus Life hosted an informational session Friday to “generate community discussion” on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA). Audience members also asked questions in an anonymous Q&A session.
The Kennedy Political Union has named Malala Yousafzai, Nobel Peace Prize recipient and education activist, the 2017 Wonk of the Year. She will speak in Bender Arena on Sept. 25, beginning at 8:15 p.m., according to a KPU press release.
The Eagles’ strong defense kept the Campbell Camels’ score low, but a goal in the first half left AU with a 1-0 loss Friday at Reeves Field.
The American University men’s soccer team fell short against the Marist College Red Foxes, undone by two first-half goals before ultimately losing 3-0 at Reeves Field Thursday afternoon.
Take advantage of opportunities to explore D.C. with a nighttime Smithsonian event, comedy night, neighborhood festival and more.