Articles tagged: washington dc


Politics Over Prose?

Washington’s geographical center is saturated with Greek revival columns that tower over thousands of scurrying suits. Plaques, giant obelisks, and statues remind passersby that decisions of great political weight are... Read more

Halftime Sports

Michigan State Sneaks Past Duke and Into Final Four

Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski credited Michigan State’s poise. He pointed to their tireless defense, their effective plays in the half-court, and the fact that “they don’t beat themselves.” An... Read more


Evenings at the Edge Offers an Exciting New Spin to the National Gallery’s Art

On Jan. 12th from 6-9 pm, the National Gallery of Art buzzed with an energy imperceptible during its regular hours. Glowing tables, thumping music, and dim lighting all added to... Read more

Halftime Leisure

HONM: History in the Making

“Would you mind if I took your photo?” “Don’t I look ridiculous?” “Actually, there’s this fashion movement right now called norm core, you wear what you wear to work, and... Read more