Incoming students next fall will no longer pay a fixed tuition rate during their tenure at the University, according to a release Monday.
Ward 2 Councilmember Jack Evans threatened WMATA officials with termination to suppress an ethics probe into his business dealings.
This summer, two officials left the student affairs office, trustees elected a new leader and administrators created two positions to govern finances and HR.
The District’s government ethics board fined Ward 2 Councilmember Jack Evans $20,000 Thursday for using government resources to seek employment at local law firms.
Before dropping off the list of “Most Politically Active Students,” GW was ranked No. 10 and held a four-year streak in the top spot.
Student workers hired through the Student Employment Office can receive one hour of paid sick leave for every 37 hours worked.
Ward 2 Councilmember Jack Evans’ challengers will likely secure thousands of dollars through participation in D.C.’s new public campaign financing program.
Tax documents from fiscal year 2018 show LeBlanc earned almost $800,000, including benefits, during his first 11 months at the University.
Mark Esper was confirmed by the Senate in a 90-8 vote, becoming the Pentagon’s first permanent head in nearly seven months.
The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority will launch a new app next fall to help people with disabilities navigate the Metro.