Read up on some D.C.- and GW-inspired gag gifts that will add some lightheartedness to the pressure for holiday perfection.
Hanukkah begins on Dec. 22 and ends on the evening of Dec. 30, so take the opportunity to give a small gift to a friend to celebrate each of the eight nights.
Whether you get your favorite co-worker, your least favorite person or your secret crush, The Hatchet has gift ideas for every type of person.
Ranging from handmade earrings to t-shirts, students are running their own businesses on campus right out of their rooms.
Heading off campus may feel like a distant thought as finals approach, but you can carve time out of your day to ring in the best time of the year.
The University celebrated Latin American and Caribbean culture at the Elliott City View Room with traditional food, music and dances Wednesday.
We sifted through holiday drinks at food and drink websites and compiled a list of standouts you should try at your next party.
Read up on some ideas on how to get into the Christmas spirit – literally and figuratively.
Whether you’re already in vacation mode or are procrastinating your looming finals, fill up your weekend with events to kick off the holiday season.
Complete with a pale blue ceiling and colorful images of people playing at the beach, you can only find this single-floor tropical oasis in D.C.