Students were front and center this weekend as throngs descended upon D.C. for what many called an intensive and mixed weekend of celebration and protest.
A sea of pink hats and protest signs flooded Independence Avenue and the National Mall yesterday as people from all over the country attended the Women’s March on Washington.
After Donald Trump was sworn in as U.S. president and protestors had left the streets, students donned black-tie attire for GW’s inaugural ball. Share this:FacebookTwitterGoogleRedditPinterestEmail
Thousands of people lined up along Pennsylvania Avenue to watch the inaugural parade Friday afternoon.
Protesters captured national attention as they marched through the streets of D.C. Friday, speaking out against the inauguration of President Donald Trump.
Hundreds of thousands looked upon the west side of the Capitol building today as Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the U.S.
People of all ages came together Friday morning in Meridian Hill Park for Occupy Inauguration, a peaceful protest against the inauguration.
Protesters blocked the checkpoint at 10th and E streets as people tried to get onto the National Mall the morning of Inauguration Day.
Friday morning, thousands of people formed a line near Dupont Circle to get their hands on free joints.
People from across the country gathered for the Welcome Celebration for President-elect Donald Trump at the Lincoln Memorial Thursday night.
The District expects to draw as many as 1 million visitors to the city for the inauguration and surrounding protests, and to generate $1 billion.
What better way to wow the crowd than by taking inspiration from past first ladies’ inaugural ball looks?
GW’s inaugural ball is a black-tie event, but making sure you’re dressed to impress can be a bit of a daunting task for college students.
About 3,000 additional officers from around the country will assist in maintaining security in the District on Inauguration Day.
Media Credit: Olivia Anderson | Contributing Photo EditorJ20, one of the many protests of the weekend, will meet in Union Station Circle Friday.
This weekend, D.C. will be filled with crazy crowds and tourists clogging up every neighborhood from Adams Morgan to Georgetown and everywhere in between.
Navigating the city on Jan. 20 will be a challenge no matter how you go about it because of the thousands of tourists, road closures and transportation.
Check out The Hatchet’s signature drinks for Inauguration Day so your glass is never empty.
Between inaugural balls, parades and protests, you’ll want to look your best for D.C.’s biggest weekend.
Trying to figure out how to navigate, kill some time or get your party on this inaugural weekend? There’s an app for that.
Instead of standing in huge crowds to listen to speeches, head down to Pennsylvania Ave. to see performance groups, floats.
With inaugural weekend activities ranging from traditional events to protests, there’s a lot to do and you’ll need to find a place to refuel afterwards.
As the most politically active campus in the country, professors bring their past political experience to the classroom.
Even if you’re disappointed by election results or are having nightmare flashbacks to your senior prom, GW’s inaugural ball will be an opportunity to dress
Although Inauguration weekend is filled with exciting events, the swearing-in ceremony is the main event as the president-elect becomes president.