If you’re a freshman, you might be nervous about welcoming your parents to campus for the first time.
if you weren’t able to snag Jon Stewart tickets, or you’re looking to fill a spare evening with melodic experience for all generations, look no further.
The Milken Institute School of Public Health hosted a screening of the film “Girl Rising” Friday, followed by a discussion with actress Freida Pinto
The Taste of D.C. food festival, now in its 26th year, will feature tents from vendors in the city offering menu items for $8 and less.
JRINK, a local juice bar chain, will open a new location on Nov. 1 in the basement of Yoga District on 20th and I streets.
Bonnie Morris, a professor of women’s studies, led a seminar at the Textile Museum where she discussed the history of women’s music movements.
Perhaps because Landmark Festival, which made its debut this Saturday and Sunday, stood for a cause, the crowd seemed more tame.
The Taste of GW festival brought together 16 food vendors and former GW students to share refreshments from their various restaurants.
Jacqueline Dowd, who founded Florida’s first law firm for homeless clients, said her time at GW helped launch her career in activism and advocacy.
This year, juniors Morgan McKee and Danielle Baglivo launched Searcher, a student group that aims to to promote and connect up-and-coming campus musicians.