Podcasts are the perfect cure for when you’re caught between classes eating by yourself this semester.
The Hatchet’s Welcome Back Guide has everything you need to start your semester from advice for the first week of class to a recap of summer news.
D.C. is home to concerts big and small, but this concert season will be dominated by fall music festivals and star power.
Despite falling off The Princeton Review’s most politically active campuses list, students still have a bevy of chances to get involved.
During move-in weekend, join a dance party featuring music from this decade, before tagging along to a block party at a historic neighborhood.
A former correspondent for The Daily Show who just landed his first Netflix special will headline Program Board’s first Welcome Week comedy show Sept. 1.
For the first time in at least 15 years, Program Board will not host a concert in University Yard during the first week of classes.
Take advantage of outdoor spaces around the District this weekend with a free movie screening, expansive food festival and outdoor stadium concert.
Just as the name implies, The Meatball Shop exclusively serves meatballs, which can be topped with a variety of sauces.
Next time you go to reach for a box of mac and cheese, put it back on the shelf and head to Duke’s Grocery.