Your peppy leaders will show you the campus highlights, but they won’t disclose every detail about what the next four years might bring.
Protesters from the group No Justice No Pride caused the Capital Pride Parade to change routes at least twice after blocking the parade on P Street Saturday.
A 36-year-old man was taken into police custody early Friday morning after a more than eight-hour-long standoff in a 21st Street building.
Preparing for a D.C. summer means staking out shady spots, cranking up the air conditioner and most importantly – finding a pool to cool off in.
On Saturday morning in the Smith Center, speakers told graduates in the Class of 2017 to welcome their diversity, transform educational paths for their students and embrace discomfort.
A new aqua cycling studio atop a Dupont Circle hotel lets you work out, without sweating it out, in a refreshing rooftop pool.
No matter what your post-graduation plans are, the best advice is given from those who have already walked across the graduation stage.
From free pancakes to an outdoor patio party, Tonic Restaurant is holding a week-long anniversary celebration to commemorate 10 years of business.
Jay Pharoah, a former Saturday Night Live star made famous for his portrayal of Obama, will perform at Lisner Auditorium Friday.
Diana Henriques was the first to interview Bernie Madoff after his incarceration. Now she will star as herself in an HBO film premiering this month.