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.
The Indian Students’ Association hosted its annual event celebrating Navratri in the Marvin Center Grand Ballroom Thursday.
The Wharf, the District’s newest Southwest waterfront attraction, celebrated its grand opening with an event Thursday.
The National Cathedral hosted the annual Acolyte Festival Saturday. Christians and churches travel to the Cathedral to celebrate the festival with workshops, tours, vendors, food and games.
The National American Art Museum hosted a family day to celebrate Hispanic culture Saturday in honor of Hispanic History Month.
About 100 people gathered at the White House Friday to sing “Africa” and raise money for The Water Project.