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Plant eaters unite for D.C.’s most appetizing plant-based restaurants

(11/06/19 5:00am)

Vegan, vegetarian and plant-based diets are on the rise, with more people making a conscious decision to eat less meat, less dairy or just have a goal of eating more plants. Here are some of the top spots in D.C. if you’ve already implemented these guidelines into your diet or if you just want to give it a try.


Fun places in the DMV to get a unique workout experience

(10/30/19 5:41pm)

It’s time to switch up your same old gym routine and find a new way to get active. Working out can seem like a drag when you’re stuck in the same regimen every time you go to the gym. Luckily, D.C. has a variety of places for students to try as they venture into a new fitness journey. With these fun exercise options, you won’t even realize you’re gaining muscles and breaking a sweat.


How to treat yourself this fall season

(10/26/19 7:08pm)

As the weather switches from a humid swamp in southern Florida to a crisp wind with ombre colored leaves, students need to pay extra attention to themselves, not only physically, but mentally. Students are also at a point in the semester where the workload can be so overwhelming that it causes them to ignore basic self-care. Here are some self-care tips to get you through midterms and the rest of the fall semester. 



Explore all the cultural cuisines D.C.’s restaurant scene has to offer

(09/26/19 3:26pm)

Washington, D.C. is more than just a political hub; it is also an amazing place to experience food from all over the world. Food is a great way to bring friends, family and colleagues together, and it’s even better when it allows you to connect with other cultures. Whether you’re hitting the town with your friends, dining alone or even want to carry out food, here are four establishments in D.C. to check out to satisfy your need for multicultural cuisine.