Students said through their internships at the U.S. Capitol, they’ve witnessed how constituents are struggling to receive pandemic-related needs.
Undergraduates have until April 29 to declare if they’re taking a class on a Pass/No Pass basis this semester, officials announced Thursday.
GW Hillel is working with a D.C. community center to help senior citizens register for and receive their COVID-19 vaccinations.
Attend a free Corcoran music concert, try out therapeutic art, then reserve your Sunday for the 55th Super Bowl.
Swahili Village’s “samaki fillet sauteed in onions” is a tilapia dish that comes with onions and cilantro.
For Gelman Library staff, working in an empty library is like working in “Sleeping Beauty’s palace, waiting for the students to come wake it up.”
Developers with MealMe, an app that allows users to compare deals across food delivery platforms, plan to cater their service to students.
Officials said the new degree requires students to have prior experience in design, allowing them to fine-tune their skills in the field.
The District’s 200 homicides made 2020 the deadliest year in D.C. since 2004, according to a Washington Post report and Metropolitan Police Department data.
Learn about graffiti and street art, map out your 2021 goals by creating a vision board or laugh out your stress at an online comedy show.