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Opinion: AU Counseling Center needs to increase appointment accessibility

(02/08/22 9:11pm)

Since I began at American University, I have only heard bad things about the AU Counseling Center, ranging from inconvenient scheduling times to refusing treatment. I have watched many close friends reach out for help with the Counseling Center and are left to deal with their issues on their own. 

Powerful Pages: ‘You’ve Reached Sam’ is a melancholy tale of first love and loss

(02/08/22 3:15pm)

What would you do if you had a second chance at goodbye? Dustin Thao’s debut novel “You’ve Reached Sam” presents this hypothetical scenario in such a way that emphasizes the importance of the grieving process. He normalizes the different ways humans do so while portraying the five stages of grief in a way that feels natural and effortless. 

BREAKING: American University to implement mandatory surveillance testing

(02/04/22 9:00pm)

American University will implement a surveillance testing system for COVID-19 that selects students to undergo mandatory testing each week, the University announced Friday. Testing will start Monday, and students will be notified via text message and email on Mondays when it is their turn to take a test.

The AU community has a duty to help and protect DC’s unhoused — here’s how they can

(02/04/22 4:05pm)

There is no place like American University in the winter. Our beautiful campus and the surrounding Spring Valley, Tenleytown and Palisades neighborhoods are layered with sheets of snow, bringing forth scenes of seasonal fun. While wintertime may seem exciting inside the friendly confines of our campus gates, for many in D.C. the coming of winter means a season of shivering nights, with no shelter from the freezing temperatures. For D.C.’s unhoused civilians, cold winters are some of the many difficult and traumatic experiences they may experience.