“Do you guys like to headbang?” Free Throw’s frontman Cory Castro stood in front of a mob of people who whooped as the band’s next song exploded from the amps.
Design show connects student artists with the community
The frontlines of the environmental movement on display in D.C.
For her last time directing a play at American University, Caleen Jennings picked one of her favorite plays and playwrights: William Shakespeare.
The first solo exhibit for the Turkish studio Ouchhh drew massive crowds
Claire Handscombe, a 2015 graduate from the MFA Creative Writing Program, is crowdfunding her first novel with London-based publisher Unbound. Handscombe’s novel, “Unscripted,” is a realistic fiction book following the relationship between Libby, an aspiring British novelist, and Thom Cassidy, an actor whom Libby is fixated upon. Handscombe began writing as a child while growing up in Belgium.
Black History Month originated from a week-long celebration in February known as “Negro History Week.” It was established by historian Carter G.
Performances to showcase students’ experiences with identity and their bodies
Caleen Jennings chosen to share personal work at local theater festival
Fourth Exhibition introduces depth with every image
Take a study break and go see a film
The comedian’s uses technology in a new form of humor
Devised piece tackles issues of race, active allyship
John relayed his experiences and advice to student entrepreneurs
Katzen Studio Theatre was the last stop in their 2017 tour
The night before the African Students’ Organization Renaissance Pageant, sophomore Amanda Nyang’oro was anxious.