The comedian performed new material about her life since becoming a mother
After being chastised for not attending any concerts in Washington, D.C. during the three years I have spent here, I was given the opportunity to see a high school favorite, Los Campesinos!, at the famous 9:30 Club. Shortly after arriving at the venue, indie bands Infinity Crush and Crying opened to a crowded house.
When you walk into one of Speak Fresh’s poetry slams, you can usually expect to see a crowd of people snapping their fingers from their comfy seats all over the Perch or the Dav.
D.C.’s Environmental Film Festival celebrates its 25th anniversary this month.
The Latino and American Student Organization (LASO) organized a night of poetry on March 7 featuring Latino poets Elizabeth Acevedo and Carlos Andrés Goméz, in an effort to elevate the voices of people of color and increase the visibility of Latinos on AU’s campus, LASO executive board member Ariel Gomez said.
AU students and faculty weigh in on Obama and Trump’s relationships with the arts
The Vancouver duo brought raw energy on a rainy DC night
This article originally appeared in The Eagle's February 24 special edition. During a bright and sunny day on the quad last spring, a group of students began to sing a cappella, smiles spread across their faces.
AU’s Department of Performing Arts put on a slightly untraditional rendition of Richard Rodgers’ and Oscar Hammerstein’s musical “Allegro,” on Feb.
For 87-year-old Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama, art is medicine. Kusama is best known for her use of phallic shapes, dots, LED lights and mirrors in her artwork to create pieces that feel obsessive, hallucinatory and disorienting.
Students swayed from side to side as D.C. native rapper GoldLink electrified the crowd with his vibrant energy and poetic lyrics in the Tavern Saturday night during the Student Union Board and WVAU’s spring performance. Already well-established in the DMV music scene and recognized by leading producers like Kaytranada and Rick Rubin, GoldLink performed after local DJ Ayes Cold and rapper Ciscero -- who jumped right back on stage later to perform his newest hit, “Fall in Love,” with GoldLink.
Students wrote and performed personal pieces in the show’s campus premiere