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  • Five questions everyone is too embarrassed to ask about Super Bowl 50

    For those of you who need a few football reminders, here’s a simple guide to help you watch and talk about this Sunday’s big game.


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  • A-Greener-Merica

    As I pull my six large trash bins down my driveway each week, I’m routinely shocked at how much garbage my roommates and I manage to fill in each ...


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  • Out With the New, In With the Old

    Punks, folk fanatics, hipsters, Dead Heads, metal lovers and everyone in between came out in trouves to D.C.’s biannual Record Fair at Penn Social ...


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  • Small but Mighty: Living the Multicultural Greek Experience

    The AU Fraternity & Sorority Life’s (FSL) membership report from the spring 2015 semester reveals that only 33 of the over 1,300 Greek students at ...

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  • Art Made to Decay

    With towering rainbows made of thousands of thin strings, mountains comprised of stacked index cards, and rolling hills built with old tires, the ...


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  • The Movement Without a Messiah: #BlackLivesMatter

    Perched with her cell phone, earphones, and “I Love Black People” sweatshirt, co-founder Patrisse Cullors of the #BlackLivesMatter movement delivered ...


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  • Bill Nye to Speak at American University

    Do you remember that pure, youthful joy you felt when your elementary school science teacher rolled in a clunky TV and VCR player on a cart?


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Around DC

Out With the New, In With the Old

Out With the New, In With the Old

Punks, folk fanatics, hipsters, Dead Heads, metal lovers and everyone in between came out in trouves to D.C.’s biannual Record Fair at Penn Social on Sunday.

Exploring D.C.'s Juice Bar Scene

Exploring D.C.'s Juice Bar Scene

While hot drinks and familiar coffee chains might be comforting, stepping outside of your comfort zone and heading to a juice bar is a great idea for winter. 

Gallery Place: Where Old Meets New

Gallery Place: Where Old Meets New

With bright flashing signs and giant jumbotron screens lighting up the sky, Gallery Place is reminiscent of Times Square.


Lifestyle

A-Greener-Merica

A-Greener-Merica

As I pull my six large trash bins down my driveway each week, I’m routinely shocked at how much garbage my roommates and I manage to fill in each container.

Art Made to Decay

Art Made to Decay

With towering rainbows made of thousands of thin strings, mountains comprised of stacked index cards, and rolling hills built with old tires, the Renwick Gallery’s WONDER exhibit challenges visitors to let their imaginations take over and see ordinary objects in a completely new way.

Artist John Grade’s “Middle Fork,” a horizontally-suspended hollow tree sculpture, is no exception.


On The Quad

Small but Mighty: Living the Multicultural Greek Experience

Small but Mighty: Living the Multicultural Greek Experience

The AU Fraternity & Sorority Life’s (FSL) membership report from the spring 2015 semester reveals that only 33 of the over 1,300 Greek students at AU are members of a multicultural Greek organization; these numbers are mirrored across the nation.

The Movement Without a Messiah: #BlackLivesMatter

The Movement Without a Messiah: #BlackLivesMatter

Perched with her cell phone, earphones, and “I Love Black People” sweatshirt, co-founder Patrisse Cullors of the #BlackLivesMatter movement delivered wise words to wide-eyed young activists in the Mary Graydon Center on Wednesday, January 13.

Bill Nye to Speak at American University

Bill Nye to Speak at American University

Do you remember that pure, youthful joy you felt when your elementary school science teacher rolled in a clunky TV and VCR player on a cart?


Health

Eating Healthy in TDR

Eating Healthy in TDR

We’ve all experienced that feeling of dread when you’re out of cash and need to use your meal swipes.

What Does It Take to Beat a World Record?

What Does It Take to Beat a World Record?

1,902. The number of pushups Edric Machi completed in one hour. The number should have earned the freshman a spot in the Guinness World Records book, but Guinness’s administrative process and another pushup enthusiast got in the way.


Politics

The Goings at Gitmo

The Goings at Gitmo

From a campaign promise in 2007 to an order signed in 2009 declaring the base would be shut down within the year, President Obama has struggled to close the Guantanamo Bay detention facility located within the U.S.-controlled Guantanamo Bay Naval Station, or Gitmo, in Cuba.


Around DC


Out With the New, In With the Old


Punks, folk fanatics, hipsters, Dead Heads, metal lovers and everyone in between came out in trouves to D.C.’s biannual Record Fair at Penn Social on Sunday.

Exploring D.C.'s Juice Bar Scene

While hot drinks and familiar coffee chains might be comforting, stepping outside of your comfort zone and heading to a juice bar is a great idea for winter. 

Gallery Place: Where Old Meets New

With bright flashing signs and giant jumbotron screens lighting up the sky, Gallery Place is reminiscent of Times Square.


Lifestyle

A-Greener-Merica

As I pull my six large trash bins down my driveway each week, I’m routinely shocked at how much garbage my roommates and I manage to fill in each container.

Art Made to Decay

With towering rainbows made of thousands of thin strings, mountains comprised of stacked index cards, and rolling hills built with old tires, the Renwick Gallery’s WONDER exhibit challenges visitors to let their imaginations take over and see ordinary objects in a completely new way.

Artist John Grade’s “Middle Fork,” a horizontally-suspended hollow tree sculpture, is no exception.


On The Quad

Small but Mighty: Living the Multicultural Greek Experience

Small but Mighty: Living the Multicultural Greek Experience

The AU Fraternity & Sorority Life’s (FSL) membership report from the spring 2015 semester reveals that only 33 of the over 1,300 Greek students at AU are members of a multicultural Greek organization; these numbers are mirrored across the nation.

The Movement Without a Messiah: #BlackLivesMatter

Perched with her cell phone, earphones, and “I Love Black People” sweatshirt, co-founder Patrisse Cullors of the #BlackLivesMatter movement delivered wise words to wide-eyed young activists in the Mary Graydon Center on Wednesday, January 13.

Bill Nye to Speak at American University

Do you remember that pure, youthful joy you felt when your elementary school science teacher rolled in a clunky TV and VCR player on a cart?


Health

Eating Healthy in TDR

Eating Healthy in TDR

We’ve all experienced that feeling of dread when you’re out of cash and need to use your meal swipes.

What Does It Take to Beat a World Record?

1,902. The number of pushups Edric Machi completed in one hour. The number should have earned the freshman a spot in the Guinness World Records book, but Guinness’s administrative process and another pushup enthusiast got in the way.


Politics

The Goings at Gitmo

The Goings at Gitmo

From a campaign promise in 2007 to an order signed in 2009 declaring the base would be shut down within the year, President Obama has struggled to close the Guantanamo Bay detention facility located within the U.S.-controlled Guantanamo Bay Naval Station, or Gitmo, in Cuba.