City officials say plastic bag usage has plummeted 50 to 70 percent since the fee took effect in 2009.
The Student Association and Foggy Bottom Association will hold a winter clothing drive next month at a local homelessness organization.
Boston Properties, which is leading the planned commercial and retail redevelopment at 2100 Pennsylvania Ave., is funding five local projects.
Safety officials said they have no plans to change the University’s protest policies, which already ban outside demonstrations on campus.
Council members voted 12 to 1 in favor of Newsham’s nomination citing his long-term experience in the department and his transparency in dealing with the Council.
The other West End development project above the incoming library will open no earlier than late summer because of its complex architectural design.
Brackney approved of the concept of adding a board last spring, but the SA has not presented specific plans to her yet.
The new sector model will divide each of D.C.’s seven existing patrol districts into three sectors to improve accountability and increase response time.
The former Hall on Virginia Avenue will become apartment units with a rooftop swimming pool, public ground-level restaurant and 2,000-square-foot fitness center.
The fire on the roof of Fulbright Hall last September cost the University $21,000, according to data released this month in GW’s annual security report.