If you’ve walked down M Street in West End recently, you may have noticed a new boutique fitness studio, boldly located adjacent to the old standby, Soulcycle.
It’s finally springtime in the District, which means you can take advantage of the beautiful weather before the summer’s humidity kicks in.
Senior Paige Norman and her childhood friend Emma Burgeson will spend their summer canoeing through the Yukon for 1,000 miles.
Famed D.C. bookstore Politics & Prose recently reopened its small, downstairs café after 10 weeks of renovations and renamed it The Den.
After an expensive facelift, a former off-campus fraternity townhouse on 900 24th St. NW has become the millennial dream home.
With all the new options on the market now, I thought there had to be a better alternative to the endless cheesy pick-up lines and downright dirty openers on Tinder.
Maso, located on 19th Street between L and M streets, offers affordable salads, sandwiches and smoothies in a Chipotle-style setup.
It’s that time of year when you have to get thrifty to make sure your remaining GWorld cash lasts to the end of the semester.
Kyirisan, nestled in Shaw, features food with a blend of two cultures and a chic interior filled with young professionals and college kids alike.
A new reality show is casting five to six D.C. college students or recent college graduates who will be mentored by a government lobbyist.
Christian Ellis, a senior at McKinley Technology Education Campus, was accepted to the Class of 2020 and received a scholarship for high school students.
Cava Grill opened Friday at a new Dupont Circle location – just a five minute walk from the Farragut North Metro stop.
Visitors stepped into the Corcoran Rotunda expecting an art exhibit, but instead they were transported to the Northern Lights.
What sets associate professor of political science Danny Hayes apart from all of the other politics professors at GW?
Truly all campus dogs are good dogs. But Trooper – the 10-week old pup who hangs around FoBoGro – is this campus’ best dog.
Whether driven by thriftiness or curiosity, you won’t regret a visit to Carpe Librium.
You might not know it, but there’s a potential top draft pick walking around campus. Jonquel Jones, a senior forward on the women’s basketball team, is projected to go high in the first round.
The third floor of 2000 Penn is a true hidden gem for those days when you need to cry. There’s not a soul in sight to witness even the most extravagant breakdown.
Stressing over a place to meet a Tinder date? Trying to find somewhere less generic than Starbucks?
If you’re looking to attend a frat party but pay for your alcohol, Codmother is the bar for you.
Everything about Momofuku screams Instagram: from the sleek wooden interior, to the miniature menus and artfully arranged food.
Every day after 6 p.m., in a nondescript alley off of Wisconsin Avenue, you can find a line forming by the Blues Alley Jazz Club.
The International Spy Museum’s $22 admission price is fortunately not reflective of its gift shop – head there to pick up something nerdy and unique.
If you're in need of brunch with a side of lively entertainment, Level One is the place for you.
There’s nothing like a $5 margarita to make you feel like it’s Friday night at a fancy club in Cancun.
Brightly lit and packed with people dancing or wearing costumes, Mr. Yogato is just weird enough to distract you from nervousness on a first date.
If you need to add some namaste to your day, make time to take a class at Yoga District.
A natural gem in the middle of a big city, Rock Creek Park is one of the few places in the District free from the hustle and bustle of city life.
Ted’s Bulletin is the middle ground between old-timey diner and modern bistro – to break up the monotony of Foggy Bottom, head here to satisfy your grilled cheese craving.
Of all the ramen joins in the city, Sakuramen in Adams Morgan truly reigns supreme.