There’s nothing more stressful than hosting a party at your place. From cleaning and decorating to last minute touch-ups, the last thing you want to worry about is what delicious meals you plan serve to your guests. For something new, try some DIY stations for the perfect Easter brunch. There’s nothing more simple than having your guests make their own meals and it’s a quick and easy meal plan for you.
For students with friends and family in town for the Easter holiday this weekend, check out these deals in the District for the ultimate brunch experience.
The Frederick Douglass Distinguished Scholars Program is hosting a multimedia event, “Through Refugees’ Eyes Summit,” on April 15 to create awareness about the many refugees around the world.
No single exhibit is the same at the AU Museum inside the Katzen Arts Center, and with over six new exhibits ranging from towering wooden structures to a redesign of the Mayan alphabet, Katzen’s spring collection is a must see.
No Lost Generation held its inaugural gala to raise money and awareness for refugees on April 1 in the School of International Service, which included former Ambassador to Zambia Mark C. Storella as a distinguished guest. Storella is the deputy assistant secretary in the State Department’s Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration.
When prospective students think of AU, some might picture the School of International Service building or a campus overflowing with political science students. A picture of science labs complete with microscopes and long white coats might not come to mind.
Indie rock group Big Thief played its latest album, “Masterpiece,” to a sold out crowd in the basement of Songbyrd Music House on March 25.
For the Kennedy Political Union’s last event of the year, rapper and actor Lonnie “Common” Lynn, spoke at an event in Bender Arena on April 5.
AU’s graduate student workers voted Monday to form the District’s first union for working graduate students, following months of discussion with administrators.
Scholars and activists gathered at AU on March 29 to discuss political persecution, organ harvesting and human rights in China.
A new and highly concentrated major in dance is currently under review by AU administration to be approved as a major. While dance is currently available as a minor, a major would expand the class offerings for students.
I caused a car accident the day before my 17th birthday. I was driving my friend home from school after a National Honor Society meeting, and I clipped my passenger side mirror on a van that was parallel parked on the side of the road.
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.