At the same time, those interning in D.C. over the summer are likely to spend more than $6,000 during their stay
The ACLU, PETA, Milo Yiannopolous and the health network Carafem are all suing WMATA after the agency rejected their proposed advertisements for being too political or controversial.
Applicants who proposed opening a strip club on I Street withdrew their application Wednesday after an attorney called for dismissal.
Jeff Marootian will replace the current director, Leif Dormsjo, who announced his resignation last week.
Enterprise CarShare is closing their operation in the District, but the program is leaving six vehicles for students and faculty at GW.
University President Thomas LeBlanc took his first walk to the office with six student leaders from organizations like the Student Association and the Black Student Union Tuesday.
A University spokeswoman declined to say whether the incidents were related, adding that the cases are still under investigation.
Shaw will return to teach and research within the Elliott School of International Affairs after serving in the role for more than two years.
A woman was allegedly slapped, shoved and punched by her boyfriend in a simple assault behind the 24th Street hotel Thursday night.
DDOT plans to revamp Pennsylvania Avenue between Washington Circle and 17th Street by adding a cycle track and install bus lanes along H Street between 13th and 19th streets.