The owner of Foggy Bottom Grocery reported to GWPD that a rock was thrown through a second floor window.
A staff member reported to GWPD that a broken ping-pong table and pieces of furniture were left in a community room in South Hall.
A student reported that a window was shattered on the first floor of the Academic Center. There was no indication of what caused the damage.
The District Department of Transportation is installing a traffic island in Washington Circle after hearing safety concerns from local residents.
Some student leaders are reviving advocacy efforts to offer students discounted Metro rides through the University Pass program.
A real estate company has laid out initial plans to revamp The Shops at 2000 Penn, but vendors said they are unsure how the renovations will affect sales.
Five fires occurred on campus in 2018, the fewest incidents in at least nine years. Officials said an increase in fire safety education has helped the decline.
Officials recently unveiled plans for a new 10-story residence hall that will likely be completed by fall 2022.
In interviews with 31 students, riders cited long wait times, no-show rides and unwelcoming drivers as reasons to not use the service again.
Dozens of students were relocated last month after broken pipes and leaks caused water damage in their residence hall rooms.