The SA’s Graduate Senators Caucus hosted a town hall Thursday to discuss graduate students’ sentiments on a tuition reduction for the academic year.
Team members said they’ve turned to social media to continue promoting games and are unveiling performances on game days.
Thanksgiving calls for lavish and impressive dishes, but there isn’t a feast without some tasty cocktails to wash it down.
A student organization hosted a panel of refugee experts on the COVID-19 pandemic’s effect on globally displaced populations Wednesday.
Students said they wanted to get active in the upcoming election to find their footing in politics and help sway a particularly high-stakes race.
The resolution asks officials to adopt the minor and includes a proposal written from CCAS professors outlining course requirements for the minor.
A night of trick-or-treating could give neighborhoods a semblance of normalcy, as long as certain COVID-19 safety measures are maintained.
Students who tested positive for the virus said they struggled to pay attention while they experienced headaches and fatigue.
Restaurant owners said they are purchasing items like heat lamps and blankets to continue providing outdoor dining.
Dupont Underground is opening a photography exhibit depicting D.C. protests against racial inequality.