Tour through an affordable art market, after a weekend experiencing the arts at two of the neighborhood’s biggest performance spaces.
In past years, television stars and comedians performed at Colonials Weekend, but D.C. can more than make up for lost entertainment.
Still in its filming stages, the movie delves into the lives of Chinese students at schools that provide education and intense baseball training.
For students who can’t stay away from politics, the new board game “The Partisans” aims to satisfy your obsession with friendly competition.
The Hatchet met with the chef to discuss his favorite food, toughest competition on the show “Beat Bobby Flay” and more.
Even with an account full of GWorld and funds stashed away from a summer job, you may find yourself strapped for cash this semester.
Spending the school year in D.C. gives you plenty of free time, so you can skip the slate of Smithsonian museums and visit exhibits off the beaten path.
Whether you’re an incoming freshman or a senior, everyone needs a refresher on which bars and clubs are most appropriate for your age.
During move-in weekend, join a dance party featuring music from this decade, before tagging along to a block party at a historic neighborhood.
A former correspondent for The Daily Show who just landed his first Netflix special will headline Program Board’s first Welcome Week comedy show Sept. 1.