It only took several seconds and a single question from a seedy-looking political science major in a ponytail to expose the central deficiency of Jeff Chang’s “We Gon’ Be Alright,” the book that served as required reading for AU freshmen enrolled in college writing courses this fall.
Students, administrators must care for international students in the face of hate
These past few weeks have been hard -- not only on the American people, but many of our Latin American neighbors.
Who inspires you? For me, the list includes my parents, my tenth grade high school English teacher, John Green and Nellie Bly.
A couple of months ago, I was talking to a friend about the American Health Care Act, Paul Ryan’s egregious Republican health care bill that hadn’t yet passed the House of Representatives. At one point during our conversation, she said to me something along the lines of, “Healthcare is a right, which means it must be made affordable by the government.
Julia Gagnon addresses white supremacy in Hollywood
I had never heard the term “self-care” more than during my first experience at AU. I sat in the Ward Circle Building listening to orientation speeches and tried to memorize each slide that flashed before my eyes, as if each jumble of words contained the secret to surviving here.
This past Sunday night, an estimated 113 million viewers sat down with friends and family to watch Super Bowl 51.
Solar panels are, arguably, old news. The eco-friendly technology has been around for decades now, since Russell Ohl successfully created the first silicon cell in 1941. Thirteen years later, the first full solar panel was invented by three American researchers.
What’s a guy gotta do to be viewed as a sexual object around here? Seems like the answer is: not be Asian. Everyone, whether they choose to acknowledge it or not, can recognize that masculinity is an incredibly fragile notion.
Just a few months ago, I sat on Capitol Hill and answered phones. I listened to mothers and fathers plead and bargain with me.