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Before going out to the bars and clubs on 14th Street, Lupo Verde (1401 T St NW) should top your list of restaurants to check out. The first thing you notice about Lupo Verde is the charming atmosphere. The restaurant is located in a cozy, brick row house and creates one of the most unique ambiances of any DC restaurant we’ve reviewed.
The WASPs are the hallmark of New England/east coast “culture.” For those of you who have never heard of this acronym before, WASP is short for White Anglo-Saxon Protestant. What is a White Anglo-Saxon Protestant, you may ask? Think of every frat boy, preppy, white, privileged east coaster: that’s your typical WASP. Now, ladies, you are most definitely not excluded from this description because your WASP fashion is just as bad. If you’re reading this thinking that I might be talking about you, chances are I am. Please enjoy my breakdown of the worst genre of fashion.
“The ball can never be passed forwards but players can run forwards with the ball or kick the ball forward to chase it down. The opposing team needs to stop the attacking team by tackling and trying to retain the ball.” Thought I was talking about football? Nope! This is one of the many complicated rules of rugby, a sport founded 1823 in Warwickshire, England. The women’s rugby team here at AU is competitive, fierce, and a force to be reckoned with.
This weekend, New York Fashion Week is going to be doing two very important things: it’ll cause Uber prices to skyrocket in Manhattan over the weekend and will give a huge platform to many successful yet underrated brands. While all of the brands involved in this week’s schedule are unique and have a fantastic craft in their own respects, there is one brand that will be participating that has been catching my eye in these past few months with their avant-garde designs, LaQuan Smith.