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Four orchards and farms to explore in Maryland and Virginia this fall

(10/03/19 4:00am)

As we begin to hope for 70-degree days, and people start to pull their sweater collections out from underneath their beds, it’s time for classic fall activities to commence. Of these activities, one of the best, most relaxing and delicious is apple picking. Don’t allow the concrete streets and government buildings of D.C. deceive you into thinking that you can’t go apple picking; you may just have to leave D.C. to do it. 

D.C. Councilmember Mary Cheh honored at Icons of D.C. event

(10/02/19 1:47pm)

D.C. Councilmember Mary Cheh urged AU students to get involved in local politics at an event honoring her on Sept. 25 in the Doyle-Forman Theater, hosted by the AU Public Relations Student Society of America, the Kennedy Political Union and the School of Communication. Cheh was this year’s recipient of the second annual Icons of D.C. award. 

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. 

Heather Masse to perform songs from her not-yet-released album at Bethesda Blues & Jazz Supper Club

(09/23/19 2:39pm)

Billboard-charting vocalist Heather Masse is bringing unreleased pieces from her album “Hold On” to Bethesda Blues & Jazz Supper Club on Sept. 23. She will be joined by the bestselling author and radio legend, Garrison Keillor, and pianist Richard Dworsky, who served as music director for Keillor’s radio variety show “A Prairie Home Companion,” on which Heather was a frequent guest. 

Condoleezza Rice and Philip Zelikow discuss their book and foreign affairs at KPU event

(09/19/19 8:22pm)

Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and her co-author, former Counselor of the Department of State, Dr. Philip Zelikow, discussed their new book, “To Build a Better World,” at an event hosted by the Kennedy Political Union, the School of International Service and the Sine Institute on Sept. 12. 

D.C.’s thrift scene offers quality additions to your wardrobe for less

(09/19/19 8:20pm)

D.C. is an expensive city, but it doesn’t always have to be. Students seeking more for their closet at a smaller price tag have options across the city. Whether you’re looking for blazers for an internship or cute sneakers for every day, there’s always an affordable place to stop and sustainably shop for your clothing needs. For those wondering where to go for affordable clothing, look no further than the District’s secondhand scene, starting with these seven stores.