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.
I wasn’t quite sure if it was a universal maxim, but I had heard friends of mine recite the humourous adage, “he’s just saying what we’re all thinking,” fictitiously assuming the role of the cucked Trump supporter proclaiming their admiration for our new Commander-in-Chief and his knack for stating the obscene, perverse and politically incorrect.
Financialization is defined as “increase in the size, scope, and power of the ﬁnancial sector—the people and ﬁrms that manage money and underwrite stocks, bonds, derivatives, and other securities—relative to the rest of the economy.” In fact, only 15 percent of the money in our economic system winds up in the “real” economy.
Happy Valentine’s Day! Did you know February 14 is also National Condom Day in the United States? Sexual health advocates have worked hard to make the message clear: while you’re doing whatever sexy things you’re doing on Valentine’s Day, be sure to wrap it up.
In its ongoing efforts to help control increasing energy costs while reducing environmental impacts, American University’s Energy & Engineering team (E&E) incorporates submetering to its practices.
The president had a terrible Sunday
I have come to the realization that I have been underestimating the people of AU. During my past years on campus, I have neglected to speak about my experience of having a service dog - mostly because I was sure that not only would people not understand, but that I would be met with a level of distrust and general disinterest that I could not handle.
On Jan. 27, President Donald Trump signed an executive order that, among other things, bans foreign nationals from seven different countries, suspends the admission of refugees for 120 days and places an indefinite halt on the admittance of Syrian refugees.