Trick or Treat for Service is preparing for its annual event to collect canned goods and non-perishables to donate to Capital Area food bank.
Uncensored: Information Antics, is meant to spark conversation, and encourage visitors to think about how information is spread and shared.
The Taste of D.C. food festival, now in its 26th year, will feature tents from vendors in the city offering menu items for $8 and less.
JRINK, a local juice bar chain, will open a new location on Nov. 1 in the basement of Yoga District on 20th and I streets.
After not using my phone, laptop and most other technology for a day, I suggest you try and do the same.
Kseniya Melnik, who released her new book "Ghost Towns of My Youth," talked about her inspiration, writing style and ideas for a story set in the District.
Miriam Deaver is curating her first gallery show at the Smith Hall of Art, entitled “My-Dentity,”which explores the ways we express our identities.
Landmark Festival-goers will inevitably face some choices regarding the acts they choose to see this weekend. We broke down our favorites for you.
Alumna Julie Kern turned her passion for travel into a business when they launched their online travel magazine, Wanderlove, in July.
Serving authentic Turkish cuisine, Ankara is adding a new taste to Dupont Circle’s tremendous sampling of world flavors.
Jacqueline Dowd, who founded Florida's first law firm for homeless clients, said her time at GW helped launch her career in activism and advocacy.
This year, juniors Morgan McKee and Danielle Baglivo launched Searcher, a student group that aims to to promote and connect up-and-coming campus musicians.
On a muggy, late afternoon I ventured through the various heady, dank-scented doorways of DC’s finest head shops to see what the city has to offer in the name of getting high.
Just two metro stops away from GW, Buredo is serving sushi in a new way by rolling up rice, fish and seaweed into an oversized burrito.
On Thursday, the 10-day DC Shorts Film Festival returns to Landmark E Street Cinema to showcase short films from around the world.
Couldn’t get enough of MØ and Holychild at Fallfest? After you’ve added their songs to your playlist, try checking out some of these similar artists too.
Imani Cheers is taking on a big task: helping to figure out how we’ll feed the world in 2050.
Through the Challenge Detroit program, Paulina Kriska will live in Detroit for a year to create policy solutions for some of the city’s most pressing issues.
Crumbs and Whiskers mirrors a trend of spaces trying to attract “niche markets” and build a loyal base of customers.
Whether it’s your first week at GW or your last September on campus, here is the news you should know and the advice you should keep in mind.
Justice for Juniors is a coalition of students from GW and other D.C. institutions that aims to end juvenile recidivism, repeat offenses by youths.
For the latest in trendy eats and comfort foods near campus, check out these new restaurants in walking distance.
Here’s what you’ll love — and what will take some getting used to — at your first-year home.
Whether you’re gearing up to study abroad, or just hoping to widen your palette in college, here are the top spots for international food in the district.
Before you hit the books during your first semester at GW, study up on some campus vocabulary.
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With scenic hiking trails, historic neighborhoods and other cities at your fingertips, you should be reserving some Saturday afternoons for exploring before the breezy D.C. fall turns into blistery winter.
Well, welcome to GW. In just a few short weeks a big part of your life is going to change. I’m not talking about where you live or your friend group — I’m talking about your phone.
Once you’ve unpacked, met your roommates and said goodbye to your parents, you’ll begin to realize there’s a lot more to living on your own than doing your own laundry. (By the way, have you packed a hamper? Detergent pods? Dryer sheets?)
Take a look to see what could be waiting for you in the lecture hall.