After a summerlong partial shutdown, the Metro line that Foggy Bottom residents depend on is up and running.
The GW Hospital broke labor laws after improperly withdrawing its recognition of a labor union representing its workers, according to an NLRB decision.
Officials said they will leave the exterior of the building intact while they gut the residence hall beginning at the end of the academic year.
Resident advisers are pressing housing officials to explain why a slew of contract changes that went into effect this spring are necessary.
Two Hatchet reporters spent four hours following GWPD officers in a ride-along, which students can request on the Division of Safety and Security website.
Amid a racist photo posted to a now-former Phi Sigma Sigma president’s Snapchat, students have condemned the post and called for further action.
An unknown suspect stole a woman’s wallet at the GW Hospital and made fraudulent charges on her debit card Tuesday, according to Metropolitan Police Department report.
Officials are spending $15,000 per month to retain a lobbyist for the construction of a hospital east of the Anacostia river.
Shenkman Hall residents can now collect packages and mail without leaving the building, officials said.
When Ken Martin lost his house in the 1990s, he spent two years creating a makeshift home on the Foggy Bottom Campus.