The property will undergo a $30 million renovation and reopen to guests in June 2023 as a rebranded luxury hotel.
Student volunteers spent 472 hours sorting through 45,000 pounds of clothing, 6,000 pounds of household items and 2,100 pounds of food.
WayMap will deliver auditory instructions to passengers and will launch in at least 30 Metro train stations and 1,000 bus stops by September.
More than a dozen students said they felt compelled to protest at the Courts this week, despite many balancing final exams.
BSU re-elected Gianna Cook as president and appointed five students to the e-board as the organization transitioned to new leadership last month.
D.C. FEMS officials said pressure washing in the building’s parking garage likely produced the leak due to its use of gas in an unventilated area.
The protests started Monday night after a leaked draft opinion signaled an overturn of Roe v. Wade, which has protected abortion rights since 1973.
Protesters marched through campus Friday pressuring officials to reject fossil fuel research funding from companies like Chevron and ExxonMobil.
The APIHC resumed in-person programming for the first time in three years with cultural events celebrating Asian identity.
The return of in-person Inside GW programming gives admitted freshmen the chance to tour campus, a missing opportunity during the pandemic.