Teach for America has drawn sharp, well-publicized criticism from education reform experts and yet continues to appeal to top students looking for a rewarding challenge and a steady job.
Soon, you’ll have survived the semester, and that merits a full-fledged, non-microwaved meal from one of these multicultural food staples in the District.
The Australian-born singer, whose real name is Jessica Newham, will perform at Rock and Roll Hotel Dec. 13, and said in an industry dominated by pop singers, starting young can be critical.
Kaur, president of the Sikh Student Association, said the first installment of the book and film series – which featured a villain who wore a turban – sparked grade-school taunts that she and other Sikhs deflected for years.
The pressure is on at the end of the semester thanks to more than just final exams -- it's time to face the daunting task of buying gifts for friends and family. Whether you're shopping for the family members who always has the latest iPhone, the music enthusiast with a penchant for obscure bands or the wild card friend, get inspiration from The Hatchet's gift guide.
In her time between classes, friends and work, Garsia has uploaded nearly 300 videos over the past four-and-a-half years to her YouTube channel ‘Smilecuzurhappy,’ a hobby that transitioned into a part-time job when she partnered with YouTube in 2011 and YouTube beauty network Stylehaul six months later.
Whether you choose to avoid gluten because your doctor or personal preference, these local restaurants look have begun crafting their menus around the gluten-free trend.
I’ve had to come to grips recently with the fact that I’m blatantly spitting in the face of the GW gods. I’m not studying abroad.
Dian Nugraheni made sure to capture silly and absurd parts of her story in her book, “This is America, Beibeh!” which was recently published in Indonesia.
Lost Society falls into the awkward gap between a bar and a club – part of a growing trend of expensive mediocrity in D.C.
If you realized, like I did long ago, that Chinatown is a subpar Asian "cultural" locale, Eden Center can fill the vacancy.
Small-time artists reign supreme across D.C.'s concert circuit this month, so check out shows at Black Cat and 9:30 throughout the end of November.
Senior Maria Seidel has restructured Shakespeare’s “Henry VIII” to highlight parallels between 16th century historical figure King Henry VIII and the 1960’s beloved American president a week before the 50th anniversary of his assassination.
Now, on the 75th anniversary of Kristallnacht, a night of coordinated attacks against Jews in Nazi Germany, a concert opera has been created from the GW guest lecturer’s memoir, “The Lost Childhood.”