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With the semester back in full swing, many students are struggling to get back into their regular routines. The Eagle has created the perfect solution for kicking winter cabin fever and getting back into a mindful study routine. From lo-fi sounds to bright tracks, this Spotify playlist will keep spirits up and productivity high.
January is officially over and the past month has offered us plenty of time to set our New Year’s resolutions to go to the gym — and fail to do so.
Housing and Residence Life raised the hourly wage for student desk receptionists working night shifts from $15.20 to $16.70 following months of student pressure.
Public speaker, producer, Vanity Fair contributor and women's rights activist Monica Lewinsky spoke about her personal story of overcoming public humiliation and shared advice on the importance of living with compassion at an event, presented by the Kennedy Political Union and the Women’s Initiative, Thursday evening.
According to Vox, cancel culture refers to that of “cultural blocking.” In other words, socially undercutting or blocking an individual. Journalist Jon Ronson’s, “So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed,” captures the beginnings of modern-day cancel culture. He tells the stories of real people who messed up.
The winter winds blew through Bender Arena Feb. 5 as a horde of Raiders swaggered their way to victory.
The American University women’s basketball team bounced back from its disappointing loss to Colgate, pushing past Bucknell by a final score of 56-48 with a 33-point second-half effort.
Valentine’s Day is an opportunity to not only indulge in flowers, chocolate and candy conversation hearts, but also in good music. Whether you celebrate the holiday or loathe it, these two playlists represent the many moods you may be feeling on this special day.
This Galentine’s Day, give the gift of sustainability to your gals and pals. Whether it be a recycled paper turned valentine or a night with food trucks, Galentine’s Day is a time to celebrate the loves in your life.
For Nisaa Chaudhry, making a difference in her community comes naturally.
The Capitals Left Wing, Alex Ovechkin, missed the NHL All-Star game after testing positive for COVID-19 on Feb. 2.
Tzipi Livni, the former Vice Premier, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Minister of Justice for Israel, spoke to American University students in a webinar co-sponsored by the School of Public Affairs and the Center for Israel Studies on Feb. 7.
Have you ever walked past Cassell Hall and Leonard Hall? Or walked inside Anderson Hall then over to Letts Hall? Ever notice a difference? You’re not the only one.
The gang discusses the upcoming Super Bowl, their predictions and why they think Justin Timberlake has been invited back to the halftime show three times. Special guest Evan Maynard, a sports staff writer for The Eagle, joins the group this week.
In an Advisory Neighborhood Commission Meeting for ANC 3D on Feb. 2, Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton answered questions about her activity in Congress and advocacy for D.C. statehood.
American University’s Dining Advisory Committee held its first meeting of the semester Feb. 3 in TDR to hear student feedback on ways to improve campus dining services.
Students are facing challenges finding and retaining federal work-study jobs amid the pandemic, leaving them struggling to earn money granted by their financial aid packages.
Tristan, Koz and Spenser unpack "Honey Boy," the deeply personal project written from actor Shia LaBeouf's own experiences. The crew rate Alma Har'el's directorial debut as powerful to various extents; they agree that the performances are solid, yet the narrative leaves a little to be desired. With everyone's favorite holiday around the corner, the crew then recommends their picks for a romantic, or at least entertaining, Valentine's Day.
The co-founders of Lift Our Voices Gretchen Carlson and Julie Roginsky spoke at a virtual event held by the American University Women & Politics Institute on Feb. 2, discussing changing the system of workplace nondisclosure agreements and forced arbitration clauses.
As students return to campus, going out to eat might not be first on their agenda. Indoor dining is no longer a safe option for students worried about contracting COVID-19, especially as the Omicron variant continues to surge. In addition, ice and freezing temperatures might discourage students from seeking safer outdoor dining experiences.