Two assaults occurred on campus on Thursday, according to reports from the Metropolitan Police Department.
After eight months and 100 homicides in the District so far this year, Ward 2 is the only sector of D.C. that boasts zero counts of homicide.
A former employee is appealing a court decision to dismiss her 2018 class-action lawsuit that alleged GW offers a “dizzying array” of retirement plans.
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.
A person stole two jackhammers from a construction site at Rice Hall Wednesday, according to a Metropolitan Police Department report.
The GW Hospital is among nearly 200 hospitals suing the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for withholding funding more than a decade ago.
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.
Under the pilot program, riders must wear a helmet, have a valid driver’s license and refrain from operating the mopeds on city sidewalks.
Airport authority officials have released a tentative opening date next year for the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority’s Silver Line extension.