Chain restaurants have a bad reputation of being mediocre and unmemorable, but North Italia breaks the stereotype.
The Hatchet sifted through hundreds of archives and University historical archives to take an in-depth look at black history at GW.
Just a short walk from campus, Oki Bowl is the ideal spot to warm up on chilly winter days with a bowl of its Oki curry ramen.
Many shops add a disclaimer to the menu that the oat milk option is subject to availability, but here are a few spots you can try the trend around D.C.
Jorge Vascano, who studied fine and studio arts for a year in 2012, made several sculptures that appear in the movie “If Beale Street Could Talk.”
A biomedical engineering professor, Murray Loew, is using his science background to preserve historical archives.
Program Board announced it will host a “Pre-Fling” in University Yard featuring student performances in addition to the organization’s annual spring concert.
The next time you find yourself vying for a doughnut, skip out on chain coffee spots and head to 14th Street to Doi Moi.
Robin Bell, a former Corcoran School of the Arts and Design professor, is urging people to rethink the definition of “open” with a new exhibit at GW.
Sorellina opened its doors Wednesday, bringing deli sandwiches, Sicilian pizza and cocktails to Dupont Circle.