The number of homes for sale in Foggy Bottom and West End is 67 percent higher than it was a year ago, according to newly released real estate data.
January 31, 2019
Stories from the January 31, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Officials have refused to unfreeze funds for the Jackie Robinson Project to celebrate the baseball legend’s birthday Thursday.
While District Connections can help freshmen become more comfortable with D.C. as their new home, the program should be expanded to include upperclassmen.
Interfaith Week, a series of 14 religious and social events hosted by nine different faith-based organizations, will take place from Friday to Saturday, Feb. 9.
Jewish Voice for Peace at GW launched a petition last week pressing GW Hillel to split from a group they say has intimidated pro-Palestinian student activists.
IT administrators are soliciting proposals from new streaming services as the University’s contract with Philo ends this academic year.
GW will continue to be an inhospitable place for conservative thought until administrators take concrete actions to protect conservative students.
After a year of condemnation from politicians, GW’s Chinese government-funded institute does not have immediate plans to close.
An office building one block off campus that is currently occupied by the State Department will be converted to an apartment complex by the end of next year.
The District’s population increased by less than 1 percent in 2018 – the lowest annual population increase in a decade.