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.
The Kennedy Center postponed the opening night of a pop-up collaboration with Heist due to public health concerns.
The Graduate School of Political Management hosted a panel to discuss reactions to the first presidential debate and its impact on the race Wednesday.
Initiative 81 would not decriminalize psychedelics completely but would make law enforcement “among the lowest law enforcement priorities.”
It can be easy to feel frustrated when a relative isn’t taking the pandemic seriously, but there are a few ways to find some common ground.
Former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and author Louise Penny discussed the relationship between politics and literature Tuesday.