Not Your Average Girls

Not Your Average Girls

March 30, 2017

From Culture to Commodity: White Theft in Fashion

Olivia Donohue

January 25, 2017

Gigi Hadid and Kendall Jenner walked the Marc Jacobs runway during New York Fashion Week, sporting metallic jackets, colorful prints and rainbow dreadlocks. Arms wrapped around each other, smiling, cameras clicked: We had ...

Race in the Kitchen: The Devaluation of Ethnic Food

Ashley Tejeda

January 25, 2017

D.C. is becoming the city for foodies. With over 2,000 restaurants, according to the National Restaurant Association, it comes as no surprise that Bon Appétit named the city  the 2016 ‘Restaurant City of the Year.’ D.C...

Opinion ||: Autism Has Spoken — It’s Time for Alpha Xi Delta to Listen

Noah Leibowitz

May 3, 2016

On April 4, American University’s Alpha Xi Delta chapter presented an Autism Awareness Panel, intended to inform attendees about the realities of autism and encourage them to support Autism Speaks, the world’s leading...

Freegans Fight Food Waste: Dinner’s in the Dumpster

Reina DuFore, Staff Editor

April 28, 2016

While most consumers stroll through supermarket aisles meticulously, searching for the reddest apple or the perfect pear, a different kind of search takes place nearby. Some people flock instead to the big metal bins that offer fr...