Local leaders said encampment residents faced a higher risk of “criminalization” and displacement amid extensive security levels around the inauguration.
Violent crimes on campus declined for the third straight year in 2019, according to that year’s Annual Security and Fire Safety Report.
The $900 billion federal relief package signed into law Sunday is set to help Metro prevent some of the agency’s most severe proposed service cuts.
Mayor Muriel Bowser named GW alumnus Robert Contee III as her choice to be the next chief of the Metropolitan Police Department Tuesday.
Amid increasing COVID-19 cases, the Smithsonian Institution will once again close the doors to its museums and the National Zoo.
With course registration out of the way, take some time for yourself this weekend during the final weekend before Thanksgiving break.
Students voting said they’ve seen mail-in ballots and statewide health precautions reconfiguring the American voting system during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Student leaders said members of their groups have adjusted to the pandemic’s setbacks to gear up for Election Day.