D.C. Theatre Week, an annual event celebrating the kickoff of the 2022-23 theater season, returned to Washington, D.C. for the first … [Read more...] about Theatre Week Returns to D.C.
CW: This article references/discusses gun violence. Please refer to the end of the article for on- and off-campus resources. An … [Read more...] about Training Program Teaches Life-Saving Blood Loss Prevention to DCPS Teachers, Students
Following the Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization overturning Roe v. Wade, people across the nation … [Read more...] about Explainer: Abortion Care and Contraceptives Access On Campus, in D.C.
Transphobic social media group “Libs of TikTok” posted threatening videos on their accounts falsely claiming Children’s National Hospital in … [Read more...] about Far-Right Group Makes False Claims about Children’s National Hospital
Tourism numbers are on their way back up to pre-pandemic levels, according to a recent report by Destination DC (DDC), the official … [Read more...] about Overall Tourism Begins to Recover in DC
Former Georgetown beer hall and sports bar Church Hall, which closed in February due to violations from the Washington, D.C. Alcoholic … [Read more...] about Georgetown Sports Bar Church Hall Reopens as Coffee Shop, 23+ Bar ‘Clubhouse’
When masks became optional for riders and employees on Washington, D.C. public transport, Marianne Savane (COL ’25) said she immediately … [Read more...] about Riders, Advocacy Groups Express Concerns after Metro Implements Mask-Optional Policy
The number of individuals experiencing homelessness in Washington, D.C. has hit a 17-year low, with a 13.7% decrease from last … [Read more...] about DC Reports Lowest Unhoused Numbers Since 2005
COVID-19 cases in Washington, D.C. have spiked as a part of a recent surge caused by the highly transmissible BA.2 Omicron … [Read more...] about COVID-19 Cases Rise in DC Due to BA.2 Subvariant
A Georgetown University professor is releasing a new book, titled “All Our Families: Disability Lineage and the Future of Kinship,” about … [Read more...] about Disability Studies Director and English Professor Releases New Book On Embracing Disability Lineages