DDOT plans to revamp Pennsylvania Avenue between Washington Circle and 17th Street by adding a cycle track and install bus lanes along H Street between 13th and 19th streets.
Mark Esper, who received his doctorate degree from GW, was appointed secretary of the U.S. Army. Daniel Kaniewski, the founder of the University’s homeland security institute was named a top administrator in FEMA.
In a farewell letter, University President Steven Knapp thanked the the GW community for its support and detailed the legacy he hopes to leave behind.
Commissioners of the ANC unanimously opposed Effigy Nightclub’s license application after several business owners, community leaders and the police voiced opposition Wednesday night.
After a witness observed him asleep behind the wheel, MPD determined the man was under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs and seized three beer containers and his vehicle.
The six-member team is competing in an international robotics competition this week after members’ visas were finally approved amid an international uproar.
Faculty and staff now have access to a new online learning management system that brings professional training together in one program.
The Residence Hall Association will nix the long-standing Target Takeover tradition and replace it with a Bed Bath & Beyond pop-up shop in District House in August.
About 42,000 alumni contributed to the campaign, which officially ended June 30 and raised funds for construction projects, student aid and academic programs.
The Law School Learning Center will soon be the Dee J. Kelly Law Learning Center – the product of a $1.25 million donation from a foundation started by a prominent alumnus.