“Meet Pepper” events will continue through this month, with a rollout of 25 models around five Smithsonian institutions.
Sadie Dupuis, Speedy Ortiz’s front woman and guitarist, discussed navigating political topics and the rise of women-led indie bands.
In response to turbulent delays, sometimes inoperable escalators and other nuisances, two alumni launched an app that comes to commuters’ rescue.
Above the Bayou is a DIY music space – where independent musicians finance and host their own concerts – that also houses three students.
Church Hall promises to be a space for friends to watch sports or settle their night battling over share plates and board games.
Six students agreed that around the District, there is an overall lack of nightlife options for queer women.
During Spring Fling, Program Board announced that Lil Pump would no longer perform.
Despite the myriad of LGBTQ dance clubs in our flamboyant quadrant, Cobalt is an easy favorite.
Lil Yachty and Lil Pump will co-headline Spring Fling in University Yard next month.
Player’s Club, a new bar and arcade located in the basement of 1400 14th St. NW, opened Monday.