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  • Stride of Pride

    As you tiptoe out the door with bedhead and heels in hand, a wave of guilt is washing over you. You begin to panic that the mom walking to Whole Foods ...


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  • AU students take the semester off and hit the campaign trail

    This semester, several AU students seized the opportunity to get up close and personal experience in American politics.


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  • Working Behind the Scenes in D.C.

    Throughout his 26 year career in the government, John Cassara has been a spy in Europe, stood guard at the White House, convicted South African arms ...


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  • Little Free Library

    Walking through District of Columbia, one might come across one of these unique boxes posted in someone’s front yard, office or apartment complex.

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  • Finnish Christmas Bazaar Celebrates the Coming Cold

    In a small church in residential Bethesda, Finns had a chance to share what makes their country so special – hospitality, determination, great food, ...


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  • Colman McCarthy: Teacher, Writer, Peacemaker

    Colman McCarthy lets out a low chuckle; his narrow shoulders shake up and down in cohesion with his contagious laughter.


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  • Learn Something New from Knowledge Commons D.C.

    Upon visiting ...


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Around DC

Demystifying Metro Buses

Sick of weekend track work on the metro? Can’t afford to Uber everywhere? Don’t know how to work the metro bus system?

Escape Club Lib

The dead air, the squeaky chairs, the cramped cubicles and the feeling of despair.


Lifestyle

Yakking About The New College Trend

I heard about Yik Yak for the first time in the beginning of the semester. I was on a weekend retreat in Maryland with a group of fellow students.

Dorm Talk:

College is the equivalent to change. You’re now a “new” person in a new place, living a new life and surrounded by new people.

The Sorting Hat of American University

School of Public Service (SPA): Gryffindor

Only the noblest and truest dedicate their entire lives to serving the public (we hope). Only the bravest are willing to risk their funds, time, and reputation in competitive and cutthroat elections when losing is always a possibility.


On The Quad

Working Behind the Scenes in D.C.

Working Behind the Scenes in D.C.

Throughout his 26 year career in the government, John Cassara has been a spy in Europe, stood guard at the White House, convicted South African arms dealers in Georgetown and investigated terrorism financing in the Middle East.

Beauty of Barbara Allen

The Appalachian Mountains are the oldest mountains in North America, stretching all the way from Newfoundland to Alabama.


Sports

Goldberg’s Golden Girls

The most impressive athletic team last year was not men’s basketball. Yes, they had great success with a new head coach and won the most unlikely Patriot League Championship in program history, but you’re forgetting about one team.

Volleyball.

We’ve come to expect excellence from teams under Barry Goldberg, who has built a dominant program since taking the reigns in 1989.

Ultimate Not a Fad, Here to Stay

When most students hear the word “frisbee” thrown around, there’s a good chance all they’ll think of is a bunch of people on the quad tossing a white disc.


Politics

Recent AU Grad Finds Purpose in First Run for Office

“For every meeting I walked into, the person on the other side of the table immediately doubted my capabilities,” said Steve Meyer, a recent American University graduate who ran for the New York State Assembly this year.


Around DC

Demystifying Metro Buses


Sick of weekend track work on the metro? Can’t afford to Uber everywhere? Don’t know how to work the metro bus system?

Escape Club Lib

The dead air, the squeaky chairs, the cramped cubicles and the feeling of despair.


Lifestyle

Yakking About The New College Trend

I heard about Yik Yak for the first time in the beginning of the semester. I was on a weekend retreat in Maryland with a group of fellow students.

Dorm Talk:

College is the equivalent to change. You’re now a “new” person in a new place, living a new life and surrounded by new people.

The Sorting Hat of American University

School of Public Service (SPA): Gryffindor

Only the noblest and truest dedicate their entire lives to serving the public (we hope). Only the bravest are willing to risk their funds, time, and reputation in competitive and cutthroat elections when losing is always a possibility.


On The Quad

Working Behind the Scenes in D.C.

Throughout his 26 year career in the government, John Cassara has been a spy in Europe, stood guard at the White House, convicted South African arms dealers in Georgetown and investigated terrorism financing in the Middle East.

Beauty of Barbara Allen

The Appalachian Mountains are the oldest mountains in North America, stretching all the way from Newfoundland to Alabama.


Sports

Goldberg’s Golden Girls

The most impressive athletic team last year was not men’s basketball. Yes, they had great success with a new head coach and won the most unlikely Patriot League Championship in program history, but you’re forgetting about one team.

Volleyball.

We’ve come to expect excellence from teams under Barry Goldberg, who has built a dominant program since taking the reigns in 1989.

Ultimate Not a Fad, Here to Stay

When most students hear the word “frisbee” thrown around, there’s a good chance all they’ll think of is a bunch of people on the quad tossing a white disc.


Politics

Recent AU Grad Finds Purpose in First Run for Office

“For every meeting I walked into, the person on the other side of the table immediately doubted my capabilities,” said Steve Meyer, a recent American University graduate who ran for the New York State Assembly this year.