Four months since D.C. residents voted for statehood, a Republican Congress stands in the way, prompting supporters to look nationally.
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.
Officials in the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences have lowered foreign language course fees from $60 to $15 for the next semester.
A proposed Metro schedule could shut down the subway at midnight daily.
Since the Corcoran merged with the University in 2014, undergraduate enrollment numbers for the school have fallen, from 196 the year before GW acquired the school to 151 students last year, The Washington Post reported last month.
The GW Orchestra charged concertgoers for tickets for the first time in recent history at a concert last month in Lisner Auditorium.
Freshman Sen. Josh Kirmsse, CCAS-U, and sophomore Miguel Mejia, the SA’s assistant director of new students, said they hope the program would give students more options to learn about scheduling and the ins-and-outs of their majors.
The department, known for its expertise in disability and LGBT studies, is looking to newer faculty to blend the two focuses into a common subject area.
GW is set to put the Federal Reserve under a microscope as it prepares to launch its second massive open online course as soon as this spring.