The visit to the George Washington University of President Obama and Stephen Colbert leads the list of Fall 2014's most popular stories.
Junior Mariana Rivera curated the Mexican Cultural Institute’s newest exhibition on individuality, technology.
Through Dana Tai Soon Burgess company, sophomore Ben Sanders has embarked on a professional dance career.
Humanitarian Mapping Society organizes event to support Red Cross efforts to learn more about remote parts of the world.
Popular educator Bill Nye advocates for critical thought, scientific process.
Author of “Carrie,” “The Shining” and “It” discusses writing process and his new book, “Revival,” at Lisner.
Event at George Washington University explores how a digital archive of oral history preserves the black experience.
Contemporary dancer Ricky Ubeda prepares to perform in D.C. for the first time at GW.
The George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum examines sustainability, traditional arts in new lecture series.
State Department exhibition features work of student photographers, videographers and designers.
Senior Roxanne Goldberg’s show displays São Paulo aesthetic and enhances her curatorial experience.
New university collection chronicles history of local music, including folk, hardcore, go-go.
Production features performance by Dr. Knapp and monologues written by seniors Nicholas Ong and Zinhle Essamuah.
Sulgrave Symposium, hosted at George Washington University, marks 200 years of peace between the U.S. and Britain with discussions of shared culture.