GW is charging students thousands of dollars more to live on campus than they would pay for comparable off-campus apartments, a Hatchet analysis found.
Mayor Muriel Bowser and District officials spoke to about 50 residents about issues like transportation, homelessness and rats at a town hall Monday.
Hatchet staff checked four residence halls three times a day for 31 days. Two residence halls lacked monitors who check IDs more than 95 percent of the time.
GW Police Department officers and students joined together Friday evening for a conversation on interactions between students and police officers.
Hundreds of demonstrators gathered in front of the White House Thursday to call for the protection of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation.
In interviews with 31 students, riders cited long wait times, no-show rides and unwelcoming drivers as reasons to not use the service again.
In a 33-page complaint filed Tuesday, an associate professor claims the University wrongfully denied her a promotion.
Applications to the law school jumped 6.3 percent during last year’s admissions cycle, a law school spokeswoman said Monday.
A sophomore restarted the GW chapter of D.C. Students for Statehood last month in hopes of raising awareness about the issue ahead of midterm elections.
Officials will install a new 50-foot crosswalk between District House and Kogan Plaza over fall break, weather permitting.