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.
The multi-year, phased renovations to transform the second floor area into a “living room” concept are underway.
About 3,000 additional officers from around the country will assist in maintaining security in the District on Inauguration Day.
GW's Title IX office is trying to expand as it handles the resignation of one of its top leaders this month.
History professors received criticism after conservative news agencies lambasted the department for removing a U.S. history requirement.
Snapshot - MLK Day Parade
Crime log - University Police Department officers arrested a person barred from campus after the individual entered the Academic Center.
The University's plan to redevelop two office buildings near campus into retail and commercial space could continue Foggy Bottom's high-end transformation.
When Thomas LeBlanc starts as University president on Aug. 1, GW will inherit an even-tempered leader, former and current colleagues say.
Faculty members say they are hopeful that Thomas LeBlanc's experience and approach to administration will improve GW and resolve financial woes.
Visualized - Inauguration Attendance
The English department is offering a course on Bollywood cinema this semester, giving students a chance to learn about South Asian culture.
Mayor Muriel Bowser can release footage from the body cameras if the video is of public interest, even if the incident is under investigation.
Since President-elect Trump's victory, many in the District and at GW have expressed concern about the impact of his presence in the city and on campus.
The search for a director for the new AT&T Center for Indigenous Politics and Policy will begin next month, officials say.