Restaurants are struggling to survive on take-out and delivery alone so some have chosen to repurpose extra raw ingredients by selling them as groceries.
The couple said they didn’t want to jeopardize the future of their company by violating the order closing non-essential businesses.
Students who submit their recipes will have the opportunity to film a cooking video featuring their dish, and the clip will be shared on GW Dining social media platforms.
Seniors said that despite changes to their graduation plans, they are still celebrating the end of their four years and using the time before their careers begin to look back at their time on campus.
On this week’s episode of “What’s New Buff and Blue,” podcast host Sarah Sachs speaks with graduating seniors on what they’re doing to celebrate Commencement.
Although you can’t be with your friends to celebrate 4/20, students shared their best memories of the unofficial holiday to help jog your memory.
Two local Beefsteak locations converted into markets offering household goods and groceries while people are in quarantine.
“Feed the Front Lines” is a charity-funded relief that pays TwentyTables-affiliated food trucks to donate meals to local hospitals.
The 33-year-old actor, best known for his role as Josh in the Nickelodeon show “Drake and Josh,” discussed his young start in Hollywood and and current career on YouTube.
Sophomore Max Davidson dazzled the audience in a magic show titled “Realities and Fictions” Friday night in Betts Theater.