The relatable and unpredictable journey of Alana Haim’s character situates the 70’s-style film “Licorice Pizza” as a must-watch.
Local restaurants remain hopeful that Restaurant Week will help boost sales amid pandemic-induced stressors on the restaurant industry.
With your new U-Pass card in hand, take a trip to some of D.C.’s annual holiday markets and pop-ups to welcome in the holiday season.
Students are optimistic to find a new prospect as the GDUB Marriage Pact unveils matches for its second launch this week.
The SA approved 17 percent of funding allocations that student organizations requested for the spring semester, according to financial documents.
From simple denim streetwear to elaborate 80s-inspired looks, here’s a taste of what designers brought to the runway.
The DC Comedy Festival will host about 50 comedian performers and will take place at different clubs and venues around the District.
Campus will look a little different to students returning after a year or more due to transformative renovation projects around campus coming to fruition.
As you begin to make your home in Foggy Bottom, take some time to learn the vast history of the city you’ll call home for the next few years.
Support local artists at an art exhibition on Friday, unwind with a virtual yoga class on Saturday and experience a picturesque lantern festival on Sunday.