Retreating off campus takes effort: We’re in college and on a budget, with little time to spare between classes, jobs and internships. But sometimes you need an afternoon away from business suits and internship hunts.
Family history is typically passed down through stories and photographs.
This winter, search for holiday gifts for family and friends at these six independently owned D.C. shops. Hill’s Kitchen 713 D St., SE, open Tuesdays to Saturdays 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sundays 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Though trekking to Hill’s Kitchen’s cozy townhouse requires leaving the familiar Northwest D.C., this quick sojourn along […]
Crystal City was built to look old. It reminded me of the 500-year-old Grand Bazaar in Turkey, with its 61 covered streets and 3,000-plus shops.
For the Graduate School of Political Management, this election has become a game for political junkies. The political community applied an unconventional approach to election polling with a weekly Horse Race poll this fall, surveying about 170 GSPM students, alumni, full-time faculty and adjunct professors to track presidential candidates’ strategies and performance – not voter […]
On Campus Program Board Marvin Center third floor – 7 p.m. Instead of splintering off into separate parties, GW’s political groups will hold a joint Election Night watch party. The co-sponsoring Student Dining Board will provide $200 worth of free food in the common areas in Marvin’s third floor, and the event will feature giveaways […]
The real scares will come the night after Halloween, when the demon barber of Fleet Street comes to campus. Starting Thursday night, a Marvin Center stage will transform into a bloodthirsty barber’s shop for “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street” – a musical teeming with gore, angst and cannibalism. Popularized by a 2007 […]
This Colonials Weekend, avoid the crowds by visiting spots like the Kennedy Center rooftop or the George Washington Masonic Memorial.
Destination: Mt. Pleasant, just two blocks west of the Columbia Heights Metro stop.