To make light of such a tumultuous year, we should underscore some of the more crude moments of the 2020-21 college experience.
It’s no surprise that this year’s best meme goes to Bernie Sanders riding the Vex for an 8 a.m. class on the Vern.
With club teams on hold for the time being, consider joining one of D.C.’s many amateur sports communities.
Start your weekend off celebrating Women’s History Month, then enjoy a bonfire with friends and finish with a class on urban farming.
The Hatchet went out on a mission through the District to find the next best burger spot. Thunder Burger Bar came out on top.
Ditch your sit-down dinner plans and order from these “ghost” kitchens for takeout or delivery through apps like UberEats and Doordash.
Instead of daydreaming about sunbathing on a Carribean beach, experience the best of Trinidad and Tobago and indulge in the islands’ tropical flavors at Cane.
Here’s a rundown of ways you can recognize Black History Month with both online and in-person events in D.C.
Keep you eye out on streaming services over the next few months for new TV shows to help keep you relatively sane at home.
Menya Hosaki is one of D.C.’s newest ramen restaurants, offering a list of eight bowls packed with scallions, seaweed, bamboo shoots, pickled ginger and egg.