Performances to showcase students’ experiences with identity and their bodies
Caleen Jennings chosen to share personal work at local theater festival
Fourth Exhibition introduces depth with every image
Take a study break and go see a film
The comedian’s uses technology in a new form of humor
Devised piece tackles issues of race, active allyship
John relayed his experiences and advice to student entrepreneurs
Katzen Studio Theatre was the last stop in their 2017 tour
The night before the African Students’ Organization Renaissance Pageant, sophomore Amanda Nyang’oro was anxious.
Legendary music mogul Jay-Z is slated to hit Washington, D.C.’s Capital One Arena with fellow Roc Nation label mate Vic Mensa on Nov.
Beginning their set at 12:30 a.m., Brooklyn-based dream pop band Beach Fossils faced the challenge of performing for a crowd of droopy-eyed, impatient D.C.
Department of Performing Arts shakes the dust off heart-wrenching classic
Event celebrated South Asian music, dance, fashion
New monthly poetry slam features poets vying for spots on the competitive team
The EP features new and returning artists, ranging from urban to alternative
The author’s fifth novel crafts a narrative of mental illness, humanity, nerdy conversations
It’s 1997. Theater professor Caleen Jennings calls student Tru Tranh into her office. She just cast him as Richard III in Shakespeare’s “Richard III” and believes he’s the most capable actor to play the role.