There are a lot of things you can do to receive a conduct violation at our university. I would know: as the Director of the Student Advocacy Center, I lead a team of students who work to defend those accused of committing violations.
Taylor Dumpson argues for more action in combatting racism.
The small steps AU’s administration has taken to combat sexual violence are good, but why has it taken so long to do so?
Panhellenic Council leader Sam Russell urges Greek community, freshmen to take trainings seriously
College Republicans' president explains club's decision to not endorse Trump
Kyle Alfaro believes AUCRs are ‘leading from behind’
As much as Congress chatters about criminal justice reform, civil asset forfeiture remains a legalized way for the government to violate Fourth Amendment rights by seizing personal property without a warrant, trial or any other constitutional protections guaranteed for citizens.
I was thirteen when I first understood what the word “rape” really meant. I had read Alice Sebold’s "The Lovely Bones;" it was one of those novels that I read too early, I was too young to cope with the text.
Public Health major Jacqueline Lantsman argues that balancing a busy life and getting enough rest is not only possible but essential.
Afghan Rug Project volunteer Emily Packer writes about the fight for women’s rights and independence in Afghanistan.
Sam Vervaeke is the best candidate for SG Vice President, argues former SG Sen. Sameer Chintamani
Vote ‘yes’ on Questions 1 and 2 during SG Elections, argues Kevin Michael Levy.