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The Corcoran Gallery of Art and College of Art + Design is expected to essentially dissolve [...]

Report: 78 Percent of 911 Calls for Sexual Assaults at GW Don’t Have Police Reports

The Metropolitan Police Department received 76 emergency calls for sexual assaults on George Washington University's campus in the past four years, but only 17 of those—22 percent—have an accompanying police report, according to an article from the school's student newspaper, The Hatchet.
The paper quoted crime experts and victim advocates saying the discrepancy seems "surprisingly [...]

GW Admits Non-Rich Kids Were Bumped to Wait List

George Washington University, which has been tirelessly fighting its rich-kid image, admitted that its declared "need blind" admissions policy—a policy that does not factor in an applicant's financial status when determining if he or she should be admitted to the school—is anything but.
Up to 10 percent of GW's roughly 22,000 or so applicants each year [...]

D.C.ers, This Is How You Can Make It Into the New York Times Wedding Section

There's a new database out there to supplement your weekly dose of matrimonial elitism. Wedding Crunchers has compiled 60,000 wedding and engagement announcements over the last 30 years from the the New York Times wedding section of record, allowing users to search through these archives by keyword and generate charts based on the changing frequency of [...]

FoBoGro’s Bringing Back the Neighborhood Food Mart in Foggy Bottom

Craving a PB&J and pale ale at 10 p.m.? An old town neighborhood mart where everybody knows your name? Wait no more. After months of delay, the old Foggy Bottom Grocery at 2140 F St. is set to open in February. The newly renovated “FoBoGro,” as it's called, will operate seven days a week, from [...]