Security measures questioned after 9-11

As the second anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks arrives, organizations across the nation have spoken out against the security regulations that have been instituted in reaction to the attacks. Some feel that the changes have been minor, however, and limited to areas such as the airport and federal offices.

Police Blotter

Each edition The Eagle prints a report of crimes on campus. The Police Blotter is assembled through cooperation with the Department of Public Safety.

All aboard for AU abroad?

Starting next semester, the implementation of new policies through AU Abroad, the program formerly known as World Capitals, will change the study abroad experience.

Sept. 11 event disliked

Several students from the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Ally community were upset when the Salvation Army was chosen for the University-wide Sept. 11 service project because of the organization's "anti-gay policies."

Murray wanders off track in 'Lost'

Coming off of a three-month binge of explosions, death, destruction and mayhem, it is refreshing to see that some directors choose to step away from overbearing eye-pleasers into the light of good cinematography.

MXPX flirts with mainstream in its latest release

Armed with nearly 12 years of pop-punk expertise, MXPX played AU's Bender Arena on Sept. 7 with Dashboard Confessional. The Eagle spoke with Tom Wisniewski, MXPX's bassist regarding the band's upcoming release, "Before Everything and After" on A&M. The third release of MXPX, the band that put Bremerton, Wash.

Students get involved at fair

Students attended the annual Student Involvement Fair yesterday, where dozens of clubs and organizations tabled on the Quad in an effort to promote their organization and recruit new members. The fair was rescheduled from last Wednesday due to predictions of thunderstorms.

Eagles bump it up a notch

AU Volleyball is 32-0 in two seasons of Patriot League play, sweeping all but six of those matches, and has made the NCAA Tournament the past two years. The team returns four players this year who last fall earned all-league honors, including Karla Kucerkova, the 2002 Verizon Academic Player of the Year.