The American University Alumni Board expresses thanks to the former president for his leadership
Students deserve a safe ride home
On May 1, the campus awoke and a new American University Student Government president, Taylor Dumpson, began her first day in office.
Senior staff writer Shannon Scovel reflects on the lessons she has learned during as a student-athlete and student reporter
The Kennedy Political Union recently announced that the University will not host their flagship “Wonk of the Year” event this semester due to scheduling issues.
As my term as your student body president comes to a close, I can’t help but think about what this time has meant to me. What I found most interesting, and painful, about the year is the role my race played in everything I did.
Sophomore Steph Black argues for supplying free contraception through the Student Health Center
People ask me, “How was it?” and I’m not sure they want to know my answer. I had the privilege of co-leading AU’s Alternative Break to Haiti, focusing on the success and failure of international aid.
AU has, for the third time, entered into Recyclemania. Recyclemania is a national contest that urges universities across the United States to reaffirm their commitment to reducing their carbon footprints through maximizing the amount of trash recycled on campus.
AUSG President Devontae Torriente endorses Taylor Dumpson
In the wake of AUSG elections, McKenzie Wilson sends a message to all candidates
This article originally appeared in The Eagle's Feb. 24, 2017 special edition. On April 27, 1989, students across the People’s Republic of China took to the streets in an act of defiance against the repressive totalitarian government under which they lived.