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On Oct. 30, a lawsuit was filed in D.C. federal court by David Nakhid accusing the University of racial discrimination in the hiring of the men’s head soccer coach by a former American Univeristy men’s soccer player. He had applied for the open position of men’s soccer head coach, and alleges that his application was not even considered for an interview, even with previous experience playing at AU and internationally, along with coaching.
Singer Jaymes Young is set to perform alongside electronic musician Phil Good on Nov. 24 at 7 p.m. at U Street Music Hall as part of his “Happiest Year” tour.
Hundreds of young Conan Gray fans surrounded the Fillmore in Silver Spring on Nov. 16 in the biting cold, buzzing anxiously about their finals before the sudden rush into the beautiful, ornately decorated venue. There, indie pop musician Conan Gray and opening act R&B singer UMI refreshed high-strung DMV teens with the breath of fresh air they didn’t know they needed.
Former Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter will deliver the commencement address at American University’s fall commencement ceremony, the University announced on Thursday.
There is so much beauty in our daily lives that we don’t even realize much of our surroundings at first glance. We have grown accustomed to cloudless skies, vibrant flowers adorning the quad and all the beauty that lies within the colors of the sunset over the D.C. skyline. Somewhere along the line, I stopped waking up and feeling grateful for the fact that I was able to see such colors.
A Virginia county public school system is dealing with pushback after introducing “diverse classroom libraries” for elementary and high schoolers. Religious parents are mustering as much of their faith as they can to convince administrators to eliminate the selections that focus on LGBTQ+ characters.
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 following piece is satire and should not be misconstrued for actual reporting. Any resemblance to a student, staff or faculty member is coincidental.
Every time of year seems to have specific music genres associated with it. Summer offers fun pop hits that everyone blasts out of their car windows as they drive around, and winter offers slower, softer songs that comfort you as you cozy up by the fireplace and enjoy time with friends and family. After surveying AU students, I found common trends within the songs they associate with the fall of 2019. Dive into what AU students are listening to this fall in this must-have fall playlist.
Students gathered outside Mary Graydon Center for the “Home is Here” rally to show their support for Dreamers on Nov. 12. Hosted by the League of United Latin American Citizens, along with other student groups, the rally was part of a larger organized protest as the Supreme Court began to hear arguments on the future of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
It’s easy for young teams to get stuck in cold streaks, but as D.C. has started to cool down, the Eagles were only interested in heating up. Sophomore guards Jade Edwards and Emily Fisher both notched career highs on Thursday night, carrying the team to a 76-54 victory over the Villanova Wildcats in the home opener.
Northwestern University’s student newspaper, The Daily Northwestern, recently published a piece apologizing for their stories of recent protests regarding former Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ visit to campus. Their coverage, specifically of the student protesters, drew criticism, and The Daily apologized for doing otherwise typical journalistic tasks — specifically, posting pictures of the protest and contacting students for comment using a directory.
STABLE Artspace, a new studio founded by American University professor Tim Doud, Caitlin Teal Price and Linn Meyers, celebrated its opening on Oct. 18.
People from across the nation came together to march on Capitol Hill on Oct. 17 to show support for President Donald Trump’s 2020 re-election bid amid the ongoing impeachment inquiry. With the impeachment hearings being held publicly for the first time in the investigation, the Trump march stands as a reflection of attitudes of frustration on the matter.
This article previously incorrectly reported that Calvin Haney is the director of CSI, not associate director. This article has been updated with the correction.
This piece previously wrote that Adna Wright Leonard was a woman, not a man. The article has been updated with this correction.
The score was knotted at 65 with 15 seconds left, and AU had possession. Senior point guard Sa’eed Nelson, who is on pace to become the program’s all-time leading scorer, slowly dribbled the ball up the court, backed down a 6-foot-6 defender and, with flawless precision, nailed a fadeaway jumper precisely as the buzzer rang.
Down In The Reeds, a one-day fall celebration and music festival, was held at the Parks at Walter Reed on Oct. 19. from 11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. The festival featured diverse musical acts, local artisans, breweries, food trucks, a beer garden and more.
Senior goalie Caroline Miller brought levity to an otherwise indescribable afternoon for Eagles fans.
Noteworthy is The Eagle’s newest podcast for the music section that spotlights students creating, performing and producing their own music.