As Hispanic Heritage Month approaches its midway mark, take some time to immerse yourself in events around the city highlighting food, poetry and art.
On Friday, head to the Wharf for dinner to support Afghan refugees. Then, catch a showcase on Saturday, and attend a jazz festival on Sunday.
You’ll likely feel the burden of overpriced textbooks as you start your time at GW. Use these tips to save you time and money as you shop.
Explore the Washington National Cathedral Gardens, volunteer at H Street Farms and take a yoga class at District Pier.
Any good watch party is accompanied by excellent food. Spend the 2021 Academy Awards enjoying Oscars-themed dishes.
Venture outside of D.C. for a day or weekend and explore a national park or sip wine at a vineyard.
This Sunday, watch the Kansas City Chiefs battle the Tampa Bay Buccaneers starting at 6:30 p.m. while enjoying takeout from a D.C.-area restaurant.
This weekend, take in a selection of études – pieces that combine artistic expression with technical skill – alongside pianist Jenny Lin.
Freshmen said they’ve joined group messages and student organizations through the fall to make up for a lacking college experience.
Restaurant owners said they’ve tried to help out their former employees over the past few months by referring them to new jobs or trying to rehire them.