Articles by Chelsea Clays
October 25, 2012
D.C. Chillin’ brings you a list of apps to enhance your smartphone usage in the District.
September 13, 2012
D.C. looks the best in autumn (I love the spring and its cherry blossoms, but I’m a fall weather person). Fall is the best season for D.C. because every weekend is filled with festivals galore, celebrating all of D.C.’s amazing residents. Here are some of the best fall picks for some prime “D.C. Chillin.”
H Street Festival
Sept. 15 — Noon to 6 p.m.
Held in one of D.C.’s most vibrant neighborhoods, this year’s H Street Festival motto is “One Street — One City,” bringing together members of the community to draw attention to the burgeoning arts and entertainment district. This year’s highlights include an art car show, a preview of D.C. Fashion Week and musical performances sponsored by the…
August 22, 2012
A guide on how to be a real District native by acting like a tourist first.
May 1, 2012
A guide for fabulously free things to do in D.C. after punching your card at your summer internship.
Ways to de-stress during finals season
April 10, 2012
With only four weeks left until summer break, we have now entered the final push to scrape together projects and essays.
Finding enough time to study for upcoming finals push us to consume what should be illegal amounts of caffeine and force us to spend our precious late night hours in the library.
The stress can pile up, but The Scene is here to bring you great ways to relax and unwind even with all the pressure that comes with finals. A 20-page final paper, a group project worth 30 percent of your grade and a professor you can’t please? No longer a problem with your de-stressed attitude after following some of these stress-coping ideas.
Brace Yourself: The Cherry Blossom Festival is coming
March 27, 2012
Looking for something nice to do in April?
March 6, 2012
A guide for a good spring break for those of us still living on campus.
February 20, 2012
Check out what DC has to offer when you’re shake shake shakin’ those beads come Mardis Gras.
February 7, 2012
The Eagle gives you ideas that are great for either romancing your significant other or celebrating a “love” of friendships with your best buddies.
January 24, 2012
Jan. 23 officially rang in the lunar calendar’s Year of the Dragon, but the festivities go into full swing this Sunday in the heart of D.C.’s Chinatown.
The Eagle gives you a full guide to the downtown celebration from what to do, where to go and what to eat! Don’t forget to wear red (a color that supposedly wards off evil spirits), and you’ll ring in this New Year in a fun new way.
What to Do
In order to beat the crowds that in past years have reached upwards of around 40,000 people, arrive early and head to Chinatown Coffee Co. for a morning pick-me-up. This coffee shop serves special brands of Direct Trade coffee and locally sourced…
D.C. Çhillin' gets festive with holiday happenings around the District
December 6, 2011
Take some time out of your finals to explore D.C. with a winter holiday twist.
Students get their caffeine fix at D.C.'s best cafés
November 22, 2011
“Not So Grounded” bloggers offer their recommendations for coffee in the district.
November 8, 2011
D.C. isn’t exactly renowned for its athletics scene, but one up-and-coming sport is gaining momentum: roller derby.
Halloween fun around D.C.
October 25, 2011
Some Halloween happenings around the district to consider adding to your weekend.
October 11, 2011
A user-friendly guide to a Sunday stroll in Eastern Market.
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