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How student groups used style to support primary presidential candidates

(05/03/20 5:18pm)

While phone banking and canvassing are traditional ways to show your support for a presidential candidate during the primary season, AU student organizations showed that simply sporting a button on your backpack or wearing a t-shirt with your candidate of choice is enough to make a statement.

Coronavirus has caused international upheaval in the film industry

(05/02/20 2:29pm)

The coronavirus pandemic has left many of us in our homes, binging, rewatching and looking for any entertainment to pass the time. Streaming services have become saviors with the abundance of choices that are no longer as overwhelming as they are convenient. Instead of visiting box offices, we’re opening up Netflix, which has gained almost 16 million subscribers during the first quarter of the year.

Jok, Saldanha, Pillai and Levine elected to 2020-2021 Student Government executive board

(04/17/20 3:45am)

Jok, a sophomore in the Kogod School of Business and College of Arts and Sciences, will serve as the SG president, alongside Saldanha, a sophomore in SOC and SPA, who will serve as vice president. Pillai, a sophomore in the School of International Service, will assume the role of secretary, while Levine, a sophomore in the Kogod School of Business, will become the comptroller.

On The Record: “We are...all in this together”

(04/17/20 4:00am)

I ended my column a few weeks back with this: “...We are among the students being told to move out of our on-campus housing and the ones who are losing jobs and internships, as companies can no longer support us. We are the students studying abroad being told to return home and the seniors finishing their last months on AU’s campus from their couches across the country. We feel how overwhelming this time is, and we take it to heart…”