This is a collection of my latest video projects.

A recent study by the Office of Revenue Analysis found that living in DC isn’t so expensive for young people. Alexis Williams has more on just how far money can go for millennials in the District.

While DC is perhaps best known for its politics, the music scene in the Nation’s Capital is getting a lot of play down south. Alexis Williams has more on how one local band is putting DC’s signature sound on the main stage.

Sweet Briar College, one of four same-sex schools in Virginia, will shut down a the end of this academic year. Alexis Williams has more on why many are asking if there is still a place for women’s only institutions.

Disney star Zendaya Coleman recently spoke out against a racist comment from E!’s “Fashion Police.” Alexis Williams has more on how the actress is challenging Hollywood’s standard of beauty.

Black-owned businesses are booming in the D.C. Metropolitan area according to a new study. Alexis Williams reports from a local shop that found its sweet spot in Hyattsville.

Local Muslim organizations are urging the media to report the murders of three Muslim students as a hate crime. *Special Thanks to Muslim Public Affairs Council Communications Coordinator Riham Osman and GWU student Rahmah Popal (lower thirds had to be removed for a class assignment)

This is my first video package. My partner Liz Whyte and I worked on it together during our second week of American University’s Journalism Boot Camp. After Forbes magazine named Washington, D.C. the “coolest city in America,” we took to the streets to see if natives and tourists agreed.

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