From a virtual murder mystery night to an online tour of the Vincent van Gough Museum, here are three activities to take up your weekend from home.
At least seven hotels in Foggy Bottom have chosen to remain open this week despite concerns of a second insurrection in D.C.
Freshmen said they’ve joined group messages and student organizations through the fall to make up for a lacking college experience.
You get to wake up Friday morning to a new year and the weekend. Here’s some activities around the city to ring it in right.
You may not be able to kiss someone on New Year’s Eve or pop champagne this year, but don’t let that get in the way of having fun.
The three alumni were featured in 30 Under 30 for their work in the categories of media, games and health care.
Cannabis-infused holiday treats are a relaxing way to celebrate the season, but maybe stick with classic sugar cookies for Santa.
Here’s a rundown of a few restaurants where you can eat inside an plastic bubble to stay warm and safeguard yourself from COVID-19.
Between finals breaks, get in the holiday spirit by checking out the National Christmas Tree and watching an outdoor screening of “Elf.”
This year, George’s Army President and senior George Glass said the group is taking a backseat and watching games individually on ESPN+.