When a beer can was hurled at Marina Streznewski’s husband as he was walking on the street near their home, she decided to take action. The 54-year-old Foggy Bottom resident is banding together with other University neighbors to combat what they call the “increasingly rowdy behavior” of several students living off campus – a problem […]
GW asked city court last week to throw out a housekeeping employee’s $1.3 million lawsuit alleging that a University Police officer harassed and discriminated against her.
Students will likely be required to register overnight guests for Inauguration Day with the University this election season, a top security official said last week. A pre-registration policy for overnight visitors around the inauguration “has been discussed,” University Police Chief Kevin Hay said, adding that he “believes the policy will be in place.” Four years […]
A high-end District retail developer is beginning a 14-month project to inject “new life” into Foggy Bottom’s oldest hotel, the company’s president said Wednesday.
Tickets for GW’s Jan. 21 inaugural ball will go on sale on Election Day.
More than a year after mounting cameras to monitor City Hall balconies, the University is warning students they could lose access if noise and smoking complaints persist. University Police Chief Kevin Hay said the department received three noise complaints from students about other residents this year for rowdy balcony behavior. In response, signs were posted […]
The Washington Metropolitan Area Transportation Authority unveiled Wednesday its next generation of Metro cars, the keystone of the network’s $5.7 billion upgrade. The new railcars, set to replace the Metro’s oldest cars within the next two years, will feature LED screens and LCD map displays with station information, as well as increased aisle space. They […]
The University plans to launch a website that will break down the new sexual assault policy and available resources. The website, expected to launch in the spring, will outline where to go for support services, how to report an incident and what to expect after reporting. Tara Pereira, who oversees the University’s policies on sexual […]
A female student reported she was sexually assaulted Saturday in Strong Hall. The University Police Department told leaders of the Greek community earlier this month that it was cracking down on underage drinking after four sexual abuses were reported last month, two of which were in Greek housing. Strong Hall houses only female students affiliated […]
Following talks with the University, District Department of Transportation officials decided to wait until 2014 to move forward with a project for 24th Street and Washington Circle.