GW and construction company Boston Properties will demolish and rebuild Rice Hall and 2100 Pennsylvania Ave. beginning this summer.
Five years after faculty created a group to represent their interests, members said they have addressed issues like employee benefits and GW’s culture.
Provost Forrest Maltzman will step down after three years at the helm of the University’s academic and research initiatives.
Patrick Kennedy, the vice chair of the Foggy Bottom and West End ANC, is the first to announce a bid against longstanding D.C. Councilmember Jack Evans.
City officials presented plans for a new bike lane on campus last week. The lane would run through 20th and 21st streets, connecting through F or G Street.
A lawsuit filed in the D.C. Superior Court Tuesday claims that GW Hospital failed to properly diagnose and treat a patient.
Local politicians said free rides on DC Circulator buses will help students and residents find accessible transportation in Ward 2.
The University continues to remain silent on the circumstances surrounding the departure of the leader of the GW Police Department.
A group of students launched a new off-campus organization Monday providing free emergency contraception.
The D.C. Council unanimously voted Tuesday to reprimand Councilmember Jack Evans, who is currently under federal investigation.