Students marched on Capitol Hill Thursday to pressure members of Congress to pass protections to ensure DACA recipients can stay in the country.
Encampment residents living in E Street were removed from the site Thursday.
The Future of Sports, an art installation featuring a series of interactive rooms, opened last week.
About 100 people gathered at the White House Friday to sing “Africa” and raise money for The Water Project.
Eid al-Adha was officially celebrated this year on Sept. 1, and the Pakistani Students’ Association hosted an event Friday in the Marvin Center to commemorate the holiday.
About 1,000 Juggalos — fans of the hip hop duo Insane Clown Posse — gathered to protest against legal and social profiling at the Lincoln Memorial Saturday.
About 500 Trump supporters assembled for a rally and concert on the National Mall Saturday.
The Association of Queer Women and Allies hosted their first ever Pridefest in Kogan Plaza Friday.
The Textile Museum is hosting a free two-day festival this weekend, featuring work from multiple artists and performers.
University President Thomas LeBlanc greeted freshmen outside of Thurston and Mitchell halls as they moved to campus Saturday.