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American University police release videos and photos of suspect for hanging Confederate flag fliers

(09/27/17 3:04pm)

Public Safety tweeted at 11:13 a.m. photos of the suspect for the hanging of the Confederate flag fliers on American University's Campus. They also released two more videos of the suspect in Battelle-Tompkins and McKinley buildings on YouTube at this morning. 



Confederate flag fliers found hanging in four American University buildings

(09/27/17 4:39am)

Public Safety is investigating ten Confederate flag fliers found hanging Tuesday night in four buildings, Battelle-Tompkins, McKinley and the Mary Graydon Center, Vice President of Campus Life Fanta Aw said Tuesday at 11:56 p.m. The Eagle located another flier in the basement of the Kogod School of Business. 







Staff Editorial: Graduate students need more information about AU’s sexual assault resources

(09/23/17 9:26pm)

The Eagle recently learned the results of a 2015 study of American University graduate students. That study indicates an undeniable disparity between how undergraduate and graduate students interact with sexual assault support resources at AU.







Paramore dances the night away at MGM National Harbor

(09/19/17 6:23pm)

"If you cry, you will dance harder," singer Hayley Williams instructed the crowd gathered at the MGM National Harbor Theater last Wednesday. Under the projected glow of retro neon lights, Paramore was just beginning their third stop of “Tour Two” in support their newest album "After Laughter," a release that balances a certain happy-sad dichotomy.






Global Education Forum takes aim at hate in education and community

(09/15/17 4:59pm)

The School of Education hosted a global education forum on Sept. 7 to address issues of race and cultural dissonance in education in both K-12 and at the University level, specifically regarding hate and discrimination in the classroom. The forum featured experts in various fields including public policy, academia, government and the non-profit sector, who explored the complexities of hate crimes on campus and how to fight them.