Officials announced Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas will continue teaching his constitutional law seminar after thousands called for his firing.
The case is the first in the ongoing 2022 Monkeypox outbreak, which began in early May and has risen to over 5,000 cases in under two months.
The petition, which has amassed more than 3,600 signatures, was made in response to the Supreme Court’s recent decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.
Mayor Muriel Bowser won a close race against Council member Robert White, and will likely become the District’s first three-term mayor since 1986.
Pulled from service after a derailment in October, Metro has gone without their newest railcars for nearly 250 days.
Depositions and documents show a pattern of racist behaviors among the tennis team, which a former tennis player claims officials did little to prevent.
District House’s basement will host five new vendors at the start of the fall semester, despite initial plans to convert the area into an all-you-can-eat dining hall.
The gym, pool, basketball courts and wellness center will close until at least mid-fall as officials perform “extensive” HVAC updates and equipment upgrades.
Take a stroll down memory lane and relive some of the most bizarre events that took place at GW since August 2018.
Mayor Muriel Bowser and Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, D-DC, called on Congress to codify abortion protections before Roe v. Wade’s likely reversal.