Ann McCorvey, the deputy executive vice president and treasurer, will serve as the next chief financial officer of Davidson College in North Carolina.
A series of the District’s most popular tourist attractions shuttered this week as a nearly two-weeklong government shutdown continues.
The District officially became the second city in the country with a citywide plastic straw ban Tuesday.
A woman is suing the GW Hospital for $5 million, alleging that the hospital wrongfully barred her from the property for five years after an incident on Dec. 9.
By the end of July 2019, drivers will no longer be allowed to make a right on red at 22nd and G streets NW and 22nd and I streets NW.
The University will require students to sign a form this spring saying they understand that they must pay their tuition and fees.
GW is operating on a more than $60 million surplus for the second year in a row, which officials attributed to strong enrollment trends and smart budgeting.
On this week’s episode, listen to news editors talk about the dean of the student experience’s stay in residence halls.
Heather Nauert, a graduate of the Mount Vernon Seminary and College, is expected to be named as the next UN ambassador.
Officials said GW’s online course development team helped produce 92 courses across multiple disciplines last fiscal year.