D.C. Fire and EMS put out a fire at the Consul at Columbia Plaza apartments Wednesday evening.
A student arrested last week said he wanted to “normalize civil disobedience” after President Donald Trump’s second immigration executive order.
The State Department will be taking over the Red Cross building on 20th and E streets, across from the Elliott School of International Affairs.
GW researchers are building sensors that will be placed on campus and along parts of Pennsylvania Avenue downtown to track air pollution and traffic data.
Healthy eating advocates and policymakers talked about improving local access to natural foods Thursday at a day-long Food Tank Summit in the Jack Morton Auditorium.
Although it can cost around $75,000 to hire a new officer, D.C. Council members said the bill is necessary to reducing crime in the city.
A former assistant professor of radiation oncology in GW Medical Faculty Associates is suing MFA and the GW Hospital for allegedly forcing her to resign from her job.
University officials found pipes in campus buildings have not been affected by lead, contradicting records from D.C. Water.
The families did not file paperwork showing a proof of service to GW within 60 days of filing the complaint.
GDub Java’s empty space on the ground floor of Duques Hall will be replaced by a crepe shop in January.