Friday morning, thousands of people formed a line near Dupont Circle to get their hands on free joints.
In case you missed it, here’s the best and worst news from around campus and the District this week.
D.C. Council members proposed several pieces of legislation Tuesday, from building up the Metropolitan Police Department to full marijuana legalization.
D.C. statehood activists rejoiced last month when a judge in D.C. Superior Court granted the city the power to control allocation of its local funds.
A student was arrested in City Hall last week for possessing LSD, according to a report from the Metropolitan Police Department.
There have been more campus weapons violations in the first two months of 2016 than in all of last year, according to GW’s crime log.
John Oliver may have just made himself the apple of every D.C. politician’s eye. The host of the HBO satirical news show “Last Week Tonight” advocated for D.C. statehood Sunday night – with song – arousing praise from the D.C. community who objects to the District’s inability to pass laws or define its own budget […]
The D.C. Council voted Tuesday to raise the stakes for businesses caught selling synthetic marijuana, making it a $10,000 misstep on the first violation, DCist reported Tuesday. The bill calls for a $10,000 fine to any business caught dealing the synthetic marijuana for the first time, and doubles the amount on the second offense. Emergency […]
James Jones, a D.C. statehood advocate for D.C. Vote, called the budget a “small victory” if the budget passed as it is now, the Post reported.
Been too distracted with senior year to keep up with your future college’s news? No worries — here’s a roundup of the biggest stories from the past academic year: