A local governing body exceeded its 2019 budget by thousands of dollars to pay for legal fees and pedestrian safety studies for projects on and around campus.
After more than a year of negotiations, DDOT officials have decided on a route for a protected bike lane running through Foggy Bottom.
Officials are spending $15,000 per month to retain a lobbyist for the construction of a hospital east of the Anacostia river.
John Rasmussen, a Vex driver, is characterized by more than 10 students as one of the friendliest University staffers.
A group of professors discussed the unique experience of female refugees at an event in the School of Media and Public Affairs Tuesday.
In 2019, more than 1,000 property crimes have occurred in Ward 2, up more than 25 percent compared to the same time period last year.
The District Department of Transportation is fixing three times the number of potholes in Ward 2 this year than it was a year ago, city officials said.
Students are asking the University to apologize after GWPD officers allegedly escorted their professor out of class after a scheduling conflict last week.
The Black Student Union hosted a town hall at the Elliott School of International Affairs Thursday about changing the University’s culture.
Twelve students attended the Residence Hall Association’s first cooking class in Thurston Hall’s common kitchen Thursday.