Men’s basketball won its home opener Saturday 76-62 against the Howard University Bisons.
The Hatchet met up with nine artists to talk about their murals, the process of creating a mural and the inspiration behind their work.
Check out some key players from this year’s men’s basketball lineup.
Members of a nearby episcopal church congregated in Kogan Plaza, sparking a student protest.
The 30-foot tall Colorado blue spruce is replacing the previous tree, which suffered damage after a snowstorm in 2014 and an individual climbed on it last December.
Families celebrated Day of the Dead Saturday at Pearl Street on the District Wharf. Festivities included face painting, costumes, dancing to live music.
Tony’s Chocolonely, a Netherlands-based chocolate company, visited University Yard Thursday to educate students on fair trade cocoa.
Bar Company unveiled a Brothers Grimm themed pop-up bar in Shaw Wednesday. The joint is open until Nov. 3.
Drag artist Erik Gonzalez talked about his drag persona and performances around D.C.
The District Department of Transportation closed off three miles of Georgia Avenue NW Saturday for the inaugural Open Streets DC. Guest speakers included D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser and Jeff Marootian of DDOT.