The ceremony included student and faculty awards and remarks from faculty, a student and a member of the U.S. House of Representatives.
Alternative pop singer Rina Sawayama delivered a dynamic performance of guitar solos, discotheque beats and stunning vocals to The Howard Theatre.
D.C. FEMS officials said pressure washing in the building’s parking garage likely produced the leak due to its use of gas in an unventilated area.
D.C. mayoral candidates gathered at the School of Media and Public Affairs to discuss plans for housing, public safety and education.
Incoming SA President Christian Zidouemba said he plans to cut the SA executive cabinet from 46 members down to 14 in his upcoming term.
D.C. celebrated the 160th anniversary of the abolition of slavery within the District at Freedom Plaza Saturday with a parade, concert and fireworks.
Shortly after meeting on the Class of 2022 Facebook page in 2019, the members of alternative punk band Static TV began to shred some serious chords.
SA senators passed legislation urging officials to provide graduate students with “permanent and secure” housing at a meeting Monday.
This year’s campaign season – the first one held in-person since 2019 – was marked by a record-low number of candidates and sparse campaigning efforts.
Senators have yet to approve any referenda for the elections on March 29 and 30, but they have until their next meeting on March 28 to do so.