The Morning Digest: Bill Clinton and new Bikeshare stations
The Morning Digest will provide you with what you need to be prepared for the day: a daily round-up of links, local news, and important events on campus and around D.C.
To masticate today:
- Bill Clinton Speaks in Gaston: If you missed his speech in Gaston Hall, look out for our recap on Vox tomorrow.
- Study days party ban: 24-hour quiet hours started last night and will last through the end of the semester. The University said it would impose a $50 minimum fine for anyone found in violation.
What to look out for:
- Museums feeling effects of sequestration: The sequestration is shutting down parts of the Hirshhorn, African Art Museum, and the Smithsonian Castle. Read more at the Washington City Paper.
- New Bikeshare stations: Capital Bikeshare installed two new stations, one on Wisconsin and O and another on Water Street below the freeway.