Eight of the 15 cases of harassment reported to the University Police Department this fall have involved electronic devices, which counts texts, emails, messages from social media sites and phone calls.
Foggy Bottom’s oldest hotel will shut down this winter to make way for a multimillion dollar renovation project, gutting the building’s maze-like hallways and more than doubling its rates.
A network aiming to connect more than 100 senior citizens living in Foggy Bottom will launch Tuesday after two years of planning.
Alumnus James Kimber has never run for public office, but the Democrat is taking aim at a California congressional seat held by a household name.
More than 100 parents, teachers, students and neighbors plan to make their case to D.C.’s public schools chancellor next week to keep the nearby Francis-Stevens Education Campus from shutting down. Francis-Stevens is one of 20 schools targeted for closure across D.C. due to low enrollment, part of an attempt to create more financial stability in […]
Noisy Gelman Library construction will tone down during finals. Disruptive work typically conducted between 4 and 7 a.m. near Gelman will be suspended during the majority of the final exam period, from Dec. 13 to 21, Senior Associate Vice President of Operations Administration John Ralls said. Jack hammering, drilling and other “exceptionally noisy” activities at […]
Across the District leading up the Election Night results, top Republican and Democratic leaders rallied their parties for a decision that would define their strategies for the next half-decade.