UPDATE: The American University communications team informed us that it isn’t a campaign for Peltier’s release: We noticed that your outlet ran a story about the statue of Leonard Peltier currently on display at American University….
Topic: Washington D.C.
Washington D.C. Area has the Worst Student Loan Debt Situation in the Country
From the College Fix: Six of the 10 richest counties in America are clustered around Washington, D.C. But the city itself has a big problem when it comes to student debt loads and availability of…
Penn State Students Go to DC to Teach High Schoolers about Social Justice
So does social justice pay the bills? Penn State students recently spent time in D.C. teaching high schoolers about social justice in a series of workshops.
The Story Behind the Boy who Hugged Bernie
The story behind the boy who hugged Bernie July 15, 2016 I’ve interviewed plenty of kids before. Some are A-OK being in front of the camera — they just pretend it’s invisible. Some get camera-shy,…
DC Residents Protest Trump’s Meeting with House Republicans
WASHINGTON- Early morning on Thursday, July 7, 2016, a few dozen protesters waited outside the Capitol Hill Club as Donald Trump met with various GOP leaders. “Donald Trump, you can’t hide. We can see your…
Parade for D.C. Statehood on Independence Day
WASHINGTON, D.C.– As many people paraded through our nation’s capital to celebrate Independence Day, a few dozen people gathered together to march for D.C. statehood. Although supporters and non-supporters attended the parade, everyone seemed to…
Are Charter Schools Working?
Charter schools are becoming a huge piece of the market in some of America’s most troubled cities.
Police State in America: An Interview for AIA’s Author’s Night
Emily Hughes, an intern at the American Journalism Center, interviews reporter Cheryl Chumley about her book on America’s police state for Accuracy in Academia’s Author’s Night.
Flier that said “All Lives Matter” Touches Off Firestorm at American University
Wow. A community forum, faculty professors denouncing it, the law school dean emailing a statement about it…that’s a lot of attention given to a flier. Photo by ehpien
We Went to the March for Life: This is What We Saw
On Friday, our staff writer Spencer Irvine and AIM Chairman Don Irvine went to meet with March for Life attendees near the Washington Monument in Washington, D.C. before the march began. VIDEO: Students chanting, “We are the Pro-Life…