Some D.C. restaurants powered by immigrant servers, cooks and other staff members will be short-staffed or closed for the Day Without Immigrants protest.
Mary Cheh of Ward 3 sent a letter to MPD’s Interim Police Chief Peter Newsham to argue for the creation of a liaison unit for Muslims.
D.C. Restaurant Week starts this week with 250 local restaurants offering three-course lunches or brunches for $22 or three-course dinners for $35.
About 50 student volunteers will go to the 2018 Olympics in South Korea on behalf of GW.
Under pink lights and with a cardboard cutout of President Barack Obama in the corner, students came in droves to celebrate the end of an era and dance for a cause Saturday night.
Help your friend who’s always coming to class in a suit and has their sights set on that corner office succeed with these practical gifts.
Whether for a birthday or holiday, we’ve all unwrapped a present and had to quickly hide our disappointment at the underwhelming gift underneath.
Interior design professors created the class assignment at local nonprofit to teach students how a firm would design a space for a real-life client.
Detrick Campbell is running for a commissioner spot that has been vacant for more than a year, which covers Washington Circle and several campus residence halls.
Eve Zhurbinskiy is working to get re-elected to the Foggy Bottom and West End Advisory Neighborhood Commission as a write-in candidate.