People ask me, “How was it?” and I’m not sure they want to know my answer.
It’s a little wonky of me, but I’m prepared to admit that I’m an avid reader of The Eagle. I check the online edition multiple times a week, am always sure to pick of a copy of the print edition and am routinely impressed by the quality of the staff’s work.
Treble in Paradise will host its 11th annual Acapalooza event with seven groups set to perform in the Kay Spiritual Life Center on April 1 from 8:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. In addition to Treble in Paradise, the other groups performing are AU’s On a Sensual Note, Pitches Be Trippin’ and Dime a Dozen, as well as George Washington University’s Troubadours, the GW Vibes, the University of Maryland Generics and Haverford College ‘Ford S-Chords.
Before the SG presidential debate on Thursday, the AU College Democrats hosted a town hall with all of the candidates running for president, vice president, comptroller and secretary.
Three years since the release of the band’s last album, Portugal. The Man is making a comeback, slowly rolling out singles from its upcoming project “Woodstock” and coming to perform at the 9:30 Club on April 1 and 2.
AU graduate student Stephanie Logan premiered her new podcast, “DC Diary,” which focuses on the real and unpublicized lives of the people of D.C., at a preview party on March 22.
Many attendees were left without a chair at the standing room only presentation of “Democratic Legitimacy and Coercively Enforced Borders” in the Mary Graydon Center on March 9. Michael James, a political theorist, was at AU to give a lecture primarily focused on his strong belief against closed international borders.
A wide range of cybersecurity industry experts came together at AU on March 20 and 21 to participate in a conference titled “Cyber Security in an Age of Uncertainty,” which focused on exploring the extent of cybersecurity concerns today.
AU accepted nearly all of its early decision applicants this year. The University received 918 early decision applications for Fall 2017 and accepted 82.6 percent of these applicants, Jeremy Lowe, Associate Director of Admissions in the Office of Enrollment said.
When I was the president of a fraternity, my biggest fear was someone getting hurt at a party. If anyone were to be assaulted, transported or even die at an event, I don’t know how I could live with myself. The thought gave me nightmares immediately after I was elected. I didn’t know how I could handle the stress. The anxiety I had was overwhelming. I stayed sober at most of our parties and when I didn’t, I became the problem – drinking enough so I would forget about worrying.
In “Hot Thoughts,” Spoon finds the next stage in its evolution, but doesn’t lose track of its roots in the process. The ninth studio album from the Austin based indie-rockers hit shelves on March 17, and is distributed by Matador Records.
The Kennedy Political Union and School of Communication will host CNN anchor and chief Washington correspondent Jake Tapper on April 4.
In 2001, USA Today sports journalist Christine Brennan wrote a column about her relationship with her father, Jim Brennan, in honor of his 75th birthday. These kinds of tributes are not unprecedented, so now it’s my turn to share some thank yous and some thoughts on celebrating sports with my father.
AU has, for the third time, entered into Recyclemania. Recyclemania is a national contest that urges universities across the United States to reaffirm their commitment to reducing their carbon footprints through maximizing the amount of trash recycled on campus.
The 2017 student government presidential candidates faced off on Thursday night in a debate broadcasted and hosted by ATV.
Experience D.C. before the final stretch of the semester with art exhibits, theater productions or one of the ongoing festivals.
Hip-hop artist and activist Lonnie “Common” Lynn will speak in Bender Arena on April 5, the Kennedy Political Union announced today.
Meet the candidates running for the 2017-2018 student government executive board. The candidates and their Facebook pages are listed below in alphabetical order. Voting begins on Tuesday, March 28 and ends on Friday, March 31, the day the winners will be announced. Students can vote through a link in their AU portal.
AU will host four events for the 25th annual Washington D.C. Environmental Film Festival this week.