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The controversial Breitbart editor and political commentator Milo Yiannopoulos spoke to a crowd of around 200 at the Elliott School of International Affairs Friday, joined by Breitbart Editor-in-Chief Alexander Marlow.
Oyamel’s guacamole ($14) is simply beautiful. And Oyamel knows it too, as they put it right at the top of their menu and prepare it table-side.
Pansaari, located in DuPont Circle, serves up authentic Indian food.
Over 100 people have been nominated to replace University President Steven Knapp when he steps down in July 2017.
The Alumni Association is 40 percent of the way to its goal of raising $100,000 for students' unpaid internships.
The Smithsonian National Zoo's adorable star giant panda Bao Bao will be leaving D.C. late next winter, the Zoo announced Thursday.
A professor in the Graduate School of Education and Human Development received a $2.5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education, according to a University release Wendesday.
Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer will speak with NPR correspondent Nina Totenberg at Lisner Auditorium on Oct. 27, according to a University release.
Juan Carlos Pinzon, Colombia's ambassador to the U.S., spoke with students and faculty members at the Elliott School of International Affairs Tuesday.
Men's basketball has been picked to finish eighth in the 2016-2017 Atlantic 10 Preseason Poll, the league announced Tuesday.
Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt. will be on campus next month to talk about his new book, "Our Revolution," the University announced Monday.
D.C. has been tapped as the third-most rat infested city in the U.S. by Orkin exterminators.
Local artists gathered at the White House to participate in a “I Want a President” reading.
The six alumni joined a program that has honored more than 60 SEAS alumni for progress in engineering fields since its creation in 2006.
Women's soccer defeated Richmond 2–1 on Sunday afternoon behind goals from MacKenzie Cowley and Dani Frese.
Metro Police have blocked off 19th and E streets in both directions due to a suspicious package that was found in the area Sunday evening.
Men's soccer defended its home turf Saturday afternoon in a definitive 3-0 win against Saint Joseph’s, the largest margin of victory for the team this season.
This post was written by staff writer Catherine Moran.
Recharj is D.C.’s first nap and meditation studio.
The men’s and women’s basketball programs welcomed parents, students and fans to the Smith Center and introduced them to the Colonials’ 2016-2017 rosters.