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Lawsuit suggests conflict of interest could explain Megabytes closure

Lawsuit suggests conflict of interest could explain Megabytes closure

Katherine Long, Copy Editor

May 6, 2019

With no action from the university towards improving Megabytes, Gera claims that Aramark is using this as a way to take over his space.

Professor Profile: Omékongo Dibinga

Professor Profile: Omékongo Dibinga

Taylor Sabol, Copy Editor

April 29, 2019

A conversation with AU professor, motivational speaker, and performer

The color of wealth: Gentrification’s effects on wealth in DC

The color of wealth: Gentrification’s effects on wealth in DC

Veronica Pacheco

April 29, 2019

Nonprofits and their fight to help residents affected by a changing D.C.

Writing on our walls: Division in the Public Artist Community

Writing on our walls:  Division in the Public Artist Community

Claudia Stephens

April 29, 2019

The diverse community of public artists responsible for the creation of art in DC explain what unites and divides them.

College’s newest club: Drowning in Student Debt

College’s newest club: Drowning in Student Debt

McKenzie Beard

April 29, 2019

Paying the price of a reputation

COMMENTARY || A Queer Conditioning: In Pursuit of Community

COMMENTARY || A Queer Conditioning: In Pursuit of Community

Shane Matheu Ryden, Podcast Assistant

April 29, 2019

Lured by the prospect of validation and acceptance, gay men flock to online spaces only to find themselves vulnerable to manipulation.

Lonely Streets: Transgender and Homeless in the District

Lonely Streets: Transgender and Homeless in the District

Lana Green, Web Editor

April 29, 2019

The LGBTQ community faces adversity with homelessness and unemployment.

Killer Looks: The fascination of serial killers in pop culture

Killer Looks: The fascination of serial killers in pop culture

Katya Podkovyroff Lewis, Editor In Chief

April 29, 2019

With serial murder on the decline, audiences turn to entertainment media for their true crime fixations.

Inclusive Excellence: Where it comes from and where it’s going

Inclusive Excellence: Where it comes from and where it’s going

Maaz Qureshi

April 29, 2019

Everyone is talking about inclusive excellence but what exactly does that mean and what is AU doing to promote it?

All work and little pay: RAs’ experience at American University

All work and little pay: RAs’ experience at American University

Kaela Roeder, Copy Editor

April 29, 2019

Freshmen RAs have come forward to share their frustrations with their jobs, specifically with their training and what the "other duties as assigned" really is.

Power to the Press: Student Journalists’ Influence

Power to the Press: Student Journalists’ Influence

Kelly McDonnell

April 29, 2019

How AU student media navigate an anti-journalist climate

Campus Battlegrounds: Testing war chemicals at AU

Campus Battlegrounds: Testing war chemicals at AU

Erica Johnson

April 29, 2019

As AU looks to build an environmentally sustainable future, the remnants of its past unearths new challenges.