Five student editors at The Eagle Eye attended a panel at the Newseum Friday to discuss their experiences as students, journalists and activists.
Following a screening of a documentary, two journalists discussed race in media and law enforcement at a panel Thursday night in the Marvin Center Amphitheater.
Museum of the Bible, set to open Friday, is a 430,000-square-foot space occupied by artifacts, theaters and high tech interactive exhibits.
The Georgian word “supra” means a large, celebratory feast, which you can now experience at the District’s first Georgian restaurant by the same name.
The I-Corps program will give 33 grants to students and faculty who want to commercialize their research ideas.
The group held a “Penny Wars” fundraising event where student organizations competed to raise funds for the victims of Hurricane Maria.
Molly Seltzer started a photojournalism project called Electric America to educate people on where their energy comes from.