Residents said bike-sharing companies around campus make it more convenient to travel, while others said bikes left sitting along sidewalks are a hazard.
The woman followed the victim to the intersection of G and 23rd streets and brandished the knife saying, “I will stab your ass,” before leaving the scene.
The University plans to accept clean hot beverage containers after D.C. announced its expansion of acceptable recyclables earlier this month.
Experts and students said the move could be a chance for the University to re-evaluate one of its most controversial offices.
The University Police Department arrested a man for unlawful entry in the Marvin Center Wednesday
Rape cases on the Mount Vernon Campus rose last year to the highest point in at least five years, an increase experts said could be linked to more mental health resources.
Gabriel Slifka was called up for active-duty service in the U.S. Army Reserves, prompting an immediate external search for his replacement.
The plan now heads to the D.C. Council for approval, which could overturn a longtime law banning new helipads in residential areas
The block party, which brought more than 3,000 people to I Street, will not be held this year as officials shift focus to smaller community events.
GW’s robbery count and weapons referrals reached their highest point in 2016, as the University recorded its highest number of rapes in the last five years.