Students marched on Capitol Hill Thursday to pressure members of Congress to pass protections to ensure DACA recipients can stay in the country.
Five dogs who had been displaced by Hurricane Harvey were transported to Best Friends Animal Society in Arlington Monday.
Thirty D.C.-based graffiti artists participated in a live street art demonstration during the Fine Lines Paint Jam at the Kennedy Center Sunday.
Encampment residents living in E Street were removed from the site Thursday.
The museum hosted a pop-up artisan market for local women artists to display and sell their work at the 2017 Makers Mart Arts and Craft Fair Sunday.
Seniors from GW and School Without Walls battled it out in a “Are you Smarter Than a 12th Grader” competition at the Lerner Health and Wellness Center Thursday.
Sexual assault survivors and allies gathered at the U.S. Department of Education Thursday to attend a candlelight vigil in a demonstration of solidarity with survivors of sexual violence on college campuses.
A local Mexican restaurant hosted an instructional art party to teach participants how to paint Day of the Dead-themed pumpkins to celebrate Halloween and Latin culture Wednesday.
About 30 survivors came out to My Sister’s Place to write their stories on white t-shirts and raise awareness about available resources.
The Future of Sports, an art installation featuring a series of interactive rooms, opened last week.