D.C. Public Library is seeking input for the Saturday ASL Book Club with choices of a meeting date and book to discuss for either November or December.
You don't need to love reading to enjoy a great story. This unique reading and discussion group explores short stories, which covers a broad range of topics.
A luncheon, followed by a "Step Afrika" performance, will be provided for interested members of campus, including alumni.
Helen Hayes Award nominated production celebrates its fifth anniversary; three Gallaudet alumni involved in this year's production.
Commuter Programs is hosting a community meeting so all commuters can meet and greet. Pizza will be provided.
Have you thought about creating a new, healthier you? Think about joining the Biggest Loser (BL) fall 2016 competition.
All campus parking lots will be open and available for parking for all students, faculty, staff, and guests. No parking permits will be needed and zone parking restrictions will be lifted.
On National Coming Out Day, coming out as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, asexual, or as an ally is celebrated. Join the celebration.
Mary L. Smith, ’65, of Kentwood, Louisiana, received the Hamilton Relay 2016 Better Hearing and Speech Month Recognition Award for the State of Louisiana.
Learn strategies to remain cool and collected when dealing with a challenging or difficult person. This workshop will be held on Wednesday, October 5, 2016.