The University announced that both UPD Chief RaShall Brackney and Assistant Michael Glaubach would be leaving their roles.
Officers from the Metropolitan Police Department responded to a shooting at 23rd and Eye streets Tuesday night.
UPD Chief RaShall Brackney will step down from her position Jan. 18, after less than three years at GW. Assistant Chief Michael Glaubach will also leave his role.
The University is asking the court to dismiss the suit, charging that officials had strong evidence that the professor had engaged in inappropriate behavior with a student.
A part-time professor of chemistry and international affairs is suing the University alleging that she was wrongfully accused of an inappropriate sexual relationship with a student.
The decision came after detectives and city regulators twice found the store in violation of alcohol regulations earlier this year.
More than 30,000 D.C. employees will complete the mandatory training by Feb. 28. Supervisors will take a more advanced training course to ensure senior officials handle claims appropriately.
The D.C. Court of Appeals rejected arguments from a local church that Hillel’s project was improperly approved by city authorities.
Metro added 24 stations – including Foggy Bottom – to its free Wi-Fi program Thursday.
City officials and prominent community members heralded the new library, located at 23rd and L streets, as an important community space for local residents.