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Beyond the Byline is back for the first time since February, and Abbie Veitch, The Eagle's administration and local news editor, talks with student activists who took part in demonstrations following the police killing of George Floyd. The interviews were part of The Eagle's Juneteenth project.
In this episode of Beyond the Byline, host Evan Margiotta sits down with junior Colin Colchamiro, the director of Founder's Week, to get a behind-the-scenes look at what goes into planning all the events throughout the week and how this year's venue was chosen for this year's Founder's Day Ball.
In this episode of Beyond the Byline, host Evan Margiotta talks to reporter Nina Heller who covered the "Home is Home" rally sponsored by League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) and other student organizations in support of DACA recipients on Nov. 12.
The University advised all members of the AU community to boil drinking and cooking water after a water main break in northern Virginia on Friday morning resulted in loss of water pressure across part of Northwest D.C., including AU’s campus.
In this episode of "Beyond the Byline," host Evan Margiotta talks to Brianna Crummy, the managing editor of news at The Eagle, about the protest that took place on campus on Oct. 28 and the incident involving AUPD that sparked it.
Congressional Hall is set to receive a new name after current and former AU Board of Trustees members donated a multi-million dollar gift to the University, President Sylvia Burwell said in an email to the AU community on Friday morning.
More than 120 student demonstrators gathered outside of American University’s Mary Graydon Center on Monday to demand justice for Gianna Wheeler, a student who was removed from her apartment by police officers late last month.
In the first episode of the new school year, host Evan Margiotta takes a look at the people and history behind AU's recent donations and discusses the Student Involvement Fund, a recent initiative by Student Government and AU Club Council.
The Center for Student Involvement underwent a series of changes this summer, renaming itself from the Student Activities Office and implementing new initiatives including the Engage platform and the Corq app.
Editor's Note: Visible's editor-in-chief asked The Eagle to use the name Rumi Zai to protect their identity.
As the University continues to make progress on the construction of the new Hall of Science, AU’s STEM community is looking forward to the benefits of a new space on campus.
For the last episode of the semester, host Evan Margiotta talks with the writers of stories in the Eagle's latest print edition including the future of AU dining, the possibility of alcohol sales at sports games, and the growing pains of AUx.
AU students and the University’s art history program are mourning the death of Jalyn Imani Stallworth, who died on March 23, according to a memo from Fanta Aw, the University’s vice president of campus life and inclusive excellence.
On this week's episode of Beyond the Byline, host Evan Margiotta talks with staff writer Ayelet Sheffey about The Eagle's latest multimedia project, which takes readers inside the financial issues facing AU and how students and administrators are taking action to solve it.
American University has announced the speakers for its 137th commencement ceremonies, which will take place on May 11 and 12.
The following podcast is satire and should not be misconstrued for actual reporting. Any resemblance to a student, staff or faculty member is coincidental.
Two major academic programs, AU Honors and AU Scholars, will undergo significant changes next semester.
On this week's episode of Beyond the Byline, host Evan Margiotta talks with Administration and Local News Editor Julia Gagnon about fraternities' response to The Eagle's review of AU yearbooks, which revealed several racist images and photographs of people in blackface.
On this week's episode of Beyond the Byline, host Evan Margiotta talks with The Eagle's managing editor of opinion Nickolaus Mack about his research on AU founder Bishop John Fletcher Hurst and Hurst's connections to slavery, which included owning at least one enslaved individual. Mack's columns about Hurst led to the creation of a university group that studied the University's ties to the institution of slavery and presented their findings in a roundtable on Jan. 30.
After dozens of students attended a Residence Hall Association meeting on Monday to voice their concerns about the University’s proposed meal plans, AU Dining leaders announced Thursday that their proposed meal plan for the 2019-2020 academic year will include “no price increase.”