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Georgetown University Mandates Sexual Misconduct Education

An expanded, multi-course classroom and online education program on sexual misconduct and relationships will soon be a requirement for all undergraduates, graduates, faculty and...

D.C. Rats Go National

Uh oh. Don’t know if this is good news or bad news, but our local rats have gone national. That is to say, news about D.C.’s...

Bolder Concept for West Heating Plant Approved

Architect David Adjaye and landscape architect Laurie Olin returned to the Commission of Fine Arts Sept. 20 to present their revised design for the...

Wisconsin Ave. Circulator Route Won’t Shrink

Having heard citizens’ concerns and complaints, the District Department of Transportation decided to keep the Wisconsin Avenue stretch of the DC Circulator’s Georgetown-to-Union Station...

Hot Tickets!

Bring on the autumnal coolness, O Muses, and if it please you, let us go to galas that are stunning, graceful and happy. And...

Startups Big and Small: Halcyon’s New Cohort

At the Sept. 12 event introducing the fellows, Erin Egan, Facebook's vice president and chief privacy officer, policy, reminded them and the other attendees that Facebook also began as a startup.

Georgetown Awaits Decision on Main Street

The fiscal 2018 D.C. budget allows for four new Main Streets — a program created by the National Trust for Historic Preservation that could...

Stevens School, School Without Walls to Expand

A long and twisting history of openings and closures for Stevens School at 2425 N St. NW in the West End has now concluded. Founded...

Disputed Bike Lane Plan Proceeds

A robust discussion over the pros and cons of installing dedicated bike lanes on busy Water Street, eliminating some 48 parking spaces there, took...

Heating Plant Redesign Awes ANC

Almost four months after the initial design had been approved — but returned by the Commission of Fine Arts for further refinement — the...

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