Speakers encouraged about 400 graduates in the College of Professional Studies to continue learning and to help others in the Smith Center Saturday.
Two people reported thefts to the Metropolitan Police Department on Thursday.
Metropolitan Police Department officers received a report that a student assaulted another student at an off-campus residence.
D.C. partnered with Uber, sexual assault prevention groups and about 10 bars and clubs to launch a bystander awareness campaign to prevent sexual assault.
Savannah Guthrie, the co-host of the NBC News morning show “Today,” urged graduates to embrace risks and enjoy their journeys at the University Commencement.
The Board of Trustees unanimously approved renovations to Thurston Hall at its May meeting Friday.
Philanthropist Michael Milken, who donated funds to the public health school, addressed about 300 graduating business school students Thursday.
A local governing body called on District officials to modify sections of Virginia Avenue to enhance pedestrian safety at its monthly meeting Wednesday night.
The GW Hospital is now the first hospital in the District to provide private lactation suites to employees and hospital visitors.
A D.C. Councilmember proposed revisions to the 2020 budget that would reverse Mayor Muriel Bowser’s decision to waive Circulator bus fares.