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.
Walk Score, a company that measures cities’ access to transportation, ranks GW third among its peer schools in transportation mobility.
The owner of Foggy Bottom Grocery reported to GWPD that a rock was thrown through a second floor window.
MPD officers arrested a man outside the Elliott School of International Affairs for possession and transportation of drugs on Saturday.
Metropolitan Police Department officers arrested a man outside the Foggy Bottom Metro station Saturday for assault with a dangerous weapon.
The D.C. Council repealed a contentious bill Friday that would have expedited the construction of a new 220-bed tower at GW Hospital.
GW and construction company Boston Properties will demolish and rebuild Rice Hall and 2100 Pennsylvania Ave. beginning this summer.
Administrators have named 18 members to a search committee for the new provost, according to a University release Friday.
Fulbright Hall will house only first-year students next academic year after the University conducted an in-depth housing review.