Extend your Fourth of July party into the weekend with a rap show followed by experimental theater performances.
About 500 graduates received their diplomas at the Law School Celebration in the Smith Center Sunday afternoon.
Speakers told graduates to value the unexpected and jump into their futures without fear or reservations.
Speakers encouraged the graduates to carefully consider their choices and apply their new skills to their future careers.
Former White House chef discussed working with the Obama family and the release of his new cookbook.
As students arrived back on campus this semester, they found one noticeable restaurant replacement that stood out above every other renovation.
An alumna and sexual assault survivor turned to yoga to help her heal. Now, she is empowering other survivors to do the same.
GRID is a social venture that creates low-cost mobile games that are played around the world to change stereotypes and serve as educational resources.
With the new year quickly approaching, set aside time in your calendar for these theatre performances and concerts coming to D.C. in 2018.
Quad, a free mobile app launched Wednesday, will provide the Foggy Bottom and Georgetown neighborhoods with “a la carte” fitness.