A sophomore represented the Foggy Bottom community in a meeting about unlimited Metro passes for GW students.
Batchelor was elected last week to serve on one of Ward 8’s Advisory Neighborhood Commissions, representing a part of Southeast D.C. that’s facing re-development and one of the highest unemployment rates in the country.
Tomorrow’s elections could place students on local advocacy groups in Dupont Circle and Southeast D.C.
Rising housing prices in Foggy Bottom may hinder students from finding affordable places to live off-campus over the next few years, experts say.
D.C. Public Schools relieved parents last week after it announced that School Without Walls students will likely never take classes at a local elementary school, though concerns remain over how one principal will lead both schools.
The leader of Foggy Bottom’s top advocacy group is proposing a string of improvements to two of the busiest intersections near campus, such as adding signs, a traffic light and crosswalks.
As GW Hillel prepares to pitch its renovation project to city officials, a dispute with a neighboring church is holding back local leaders from fully supporting the construction plans.
University officials again laid out a plan for GW police to patrol beyond campus borders at a neighborhood meeting Wednesday, renewing a contentious fight that had lost steam across the city over the last year.
Two leaders of Foggy Bottom’s top advocacy group claim the neighborhood could lose half a million dollars in public land if the University alters it to construct a new office building.
One of three students elected to the board, Kennedy is also one of the youngest representatives in D.C. to lead an advisory group.