On the Bay
Rona Kobell • October 11, 2019
Rona Kobell • September 25, 2019
In March of 1791, French architect Pierre Charles L’Enfant came to Washington to build a city atop a marshy expanse. From the hill where the United States Capitol would eventually be placed, he envisioned a city that would grow between two rivers, the Potomac to the west and the Anacostia to the east. Read more . . .
Alexandra Grayson • August 22, 2019
Once called the “Forgotten River,” the Anacostia has been beset with trash, sediment, and pollution from nearby industries for decades. Read more . . .
Rona Kobell • July 29, 2019
Glen Hedelson stood in front of two dozen educators, all of them staring at bits and pieces of a micro-computing system at their lab tables, and asked a simple question: “Are you ready to build?” Read more . . .
Devon Ashby • June 11, 2019
Runoff water from storms is one of the leading causes of pollution in the Chesapeake Bay. James Hunter, Ph.D., a professor at Morgan State University, intends to change that with a special project. Read more . . .