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Analysis: Rui Hachimura’s return and the NBA’s mental health awakening

(02/03/22 3:10pm)

Rui Hachimura returned to the court for the Washington Wizards on Jan. 9, in a victory over the Orlando Magic. Hachimura hadn’t played in an NBA game since the Wizards were eliminated from the playoffs by the Philadelphia 76ers on June 2 and hadn’t played organized basketball since the Japanese national team was eliminated from Olympic competition on Aug. 1. 

Opinion: Mandatory testing at American University is necessary

(02/03/22 2:59pm)

For almost two years, the coronavirus pandemic has altered countless lives. For many, the normal “college experience” has been uprooted by online classes, online semesters and COVID-19 testing. These are precautions necessary to sustain the safety of the scholastic and outer communities, but at American University, weekly testing is not mandated. 

District of Cinema Episode 17: Deciphering 'Drive My Car' and comforting Koz

(02/02/22 6:29pm)

Tristan, Koz and Spenser revel over the mastery of Ryusuke Hamaguchi's newest film, "Drive My Car." With its deep connection and homage to the theater, Koz appreciates the unique, multilingual approach the film takes within its narrative. They then list their favorite comfort films, as Koz recovers from her wisdom teeth surgery. We also don't know how she was able to record hours after that. 

Staff Editorial: University’s communication during online classes marks a disconnect with a diverse student body

(01/31/22 10:16pm)

American University students released a petition that calls for AU administration to reduce the cost of tuition in response to President Sylvia Burwell’s announcement that the University will not provide discounted tuition despite the transition to online learning for the month in a Jan. 10 email.​​