Trillectro Festival will feature headliners like SZA and 2 Chainz alongside small-scale musicians from the D.C. area this weekend.
For his junior curatorship at the D.C. Arts Center, Johnson put together two exhibits that explore identity and celebrate LGBTQ artists.
The Hatchet sat down with Lieberman to discuss the scientist’s discoveries and correct misconceptions about dopamine.
Pelham Commons, the dining hall in the basement of West Hall, switched to an all-you-can-eat buffet this semester.
Nothing can replace family, but there are opportunities around D.C. that can stand in for comforts of home.
Living in D.C. can limit some of the outdoorsy stuff you can do, but this Labor Day weekend, get all of the summer fun you may have forgotten.
Despite falling off The Princeton Review’s most politically active campuses list, students still have a bevy of chances to get involved.
For the first time in at least 15 years, Program Board will not host a concert in University Yard during the first week of classes.
Take advantage of outdoor spaces around the District this weekend with a free movie screening, expansive food festival and outdoor stadium concert.
Women in D.C.’s LGBTQ community now have two new bar options for those looking for a space to call their own.