Roxanne Goldberg

Student explores the boundaries of conflict

Israeli Defense Force soldiers stopped Aurora Echavarria at a West Bank checkpoint and ordered her to step out of her car. After soldiers searched Echavarria – who they thought did not match her identification – along with her car and friends, she was allowed to continue on her way. The experience was one of her […]

Welcome Back Guide: Fresh Eats

Tacos El Chilango The food truck opened its brick-and-mortar doors near U Street in early August. Southwest natives and taco aficionados can order from a selection of nine authentic Mexican tacos ($2.50 each) from the “Al Pastor,” a combination of slightly salty pork and sweet pineapple, to the vegetarian options of queso with avocado, bell […]

Yogis get physical on National Mall

More than a thousand yogis stretched and posed Saturday on an array of colorful mats spread across the National Mall. D.C. Yoga Week began May 13 and culminated Saturday with Yoga on the Mall, bringing more than 20 yoga instructors to the Sylvan Theatre Stage, near the base of the Washington Monument, encouraging participants of […]

Performers electrify District streets

The embassies of Spain and Colombia brought together performers from their countries alongside American fire eaters, tight rope walkers and knife throwers for Look Both Ways: Street Arts Across America, a series of interactive performances and free events that lasted from May 6 to 12.

Water Street Project flows into Georgetown

For 11 days, a restaurant-to-be in Georgetown has transformed into an artistic labyrinth and a self-described interactive human experiment. The non-traditional display of art, fashion and music, dubbed The Water Street Project, opened at 3401 Water St. April 19. Created by an ever-changing collaborative arts and marketing group, No Kings Collective, the agency brokered a […]

From dorm to dance floor

A new business venture is looking to capitalize on the spin of turntables, the flash of club lights and the popularity of house music. Elite EDM, a music talent agency established in January by sophomore and chief executive officer Jeffrey Eiesenbud along with his business partner and fellow student, chief financial officer James LaFleur and […]

Bringing international street food to America’s capital

After returning to campus following a month of gluttonous home cooking, I was determined to find an alternative to monotonous college dining. I found my answer just a few blocks from campus at G Street Food. The large, cafeteria-style lunch spot offers a daily menu of international street food, while its location near a number […]