Evan Koslof

MPD increases Metro patrols

The Metropolitan Police Department will step up enforcement near the Foggy Bottom Metro this month after an increase in assaults over the past few months. The number of assaults near the Foggy Bottom Metro nearly tripled since October, compared to the same time period in 2009, MPD Captain Melvin Gresham said, prompting the increased security. […]

University monitors Vern Express traffic

Despite the population growth on the Mount Vernon Campus, the Vern Express is still running the same number of shuttles to and from the Foggy Bottom Campus as last year. University spokeswoman Michelle Sherrard said up to 12 buses may be operating during peak hours even with the opening of GW’s newest residence, West Hall. […]

Guthridge plaza scheduled to be ‘substantially complete’ by finals

The plaza behind Guthridge, South and Strong residence halls, tentatively called Square 80 plaza, should be mostly finished before final exams begin, a University official said. The green space will be 32,070 square feet, have twenty trees, a large central lawn, multiple landscaped areas and seating for 15 to 20 people, said John Ralls, special […]

Watergate Hotel renovations stalled

An investment firm marketing the currently closed Watergate Hotel has plans to renovate the property and reopen it as a premier D.C. hotel, but the project is currently stalled due to conflicts over its much sought-after parking garage, an executive from the firm said. The hotel has been closed for the past two years and […]