Student comedy groups have enhanced their sketch show production, organized trainings and hosted live shows to connect with audiences at sold-out shows.
Some welcome an increase to workers’ base earnings, while others are concerned the initiative would hurt the ability of employees to gain tips from customers.
Capitol Hill Books looks like a small bookstore nestled in a tiny white brick building, but behind its mellow exterior lies an adored social media presence.
Ovchinnikov’s piece will feature six students and three pieces of music, a Ukrainian folk song and two pieces of “electronic jazz contemporary” music.
Esen Cenkci, the owner of Larry’s Homemade Ice Cream, has crafted treats that blend American, Turkish and French cultures for more than 30 years.
Little District Books has welcomed visitors with a store-front window studded with books and rainbow walls of countless queer must-reads since opening in June.
A group of seniors teamed up last month to form their own pickleball league called Dill With It at the local tennis court in Foggy Bottom.
The book recounts Wilson’s career as the primary artistic mind behind many of the band’s hits like “Wouldn’t it Be Nice” and “Surfin’ USA.”
Some students have worked in the recording studio in West Hall to create their music, where they have found a community of collaborators.
Alternative pop singer Rina Sawayama delivered a dynamic performance of guitar solos, discotheque beats and stunning vocals to The Howard Theatre.