Media Events

GW Presents World Premiere of ‘Vanishing Point,’ Show Addressing Eating Disorders

‘Vanishing Point,’ a performance rooted in dance and musical theater that describes the life on a young woman coping with an eating disorder, will run Oct. 16 -19.

GW Lisner Presents Bluegrass Musicians Béla Fleck and Abigail Washburn with Del McCoury and David Grisman

Béla Fleck and Abigail Washburn with Del McCoury and David Grisman will perform at GW Lisner, Oct. 31

Former DHS Secretary Michael Chertoff to Headline GW Symposium on Cyberattacks on Government Contractors

Chertoff and other experts will discuss cybersecurity issues for government contractors, Sept. 29.

GW Lisner Presents Pulitzer Prize-Winning Graphic Novelist Art Spiegelman

Spiegelman will perform WORDLESS! at GW Lisner Oct. 21

GW Lisner Presents Balkan Brass Band Boban and Marko Marković Orchestra

Father-son duo will perform at GW Lisner Auditorium, Oct. 3

GW in the News

Recent Headlines

The Wall Street Journal mentioned that RNC Chairman Reince Priebus will speak at GW on Oct. 2 in the article “How Senate Republicans Can Close the Sale,” by Karl Rove.

Bloomberg quoted Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, in the article “Apple’s Encryption Will Slow, Not Stop, Cops And Spies,” by Jordan Robertson and Chris Strohm.

Washington Business Journal discussed ongoing efforts led by John Banzhaf, professor of law, to change the name of the D.C. football team in the article “FCC pledges to consider petition on Washington's NFL team name 'on the merits,'” by Tucker Echols.

Washingtonian quoted Jerrold Post, professor of psychiatry, political psychology and international affairs, in the article “Crazed Attacks on the White House Will Probably Increase—Thanks to Omar Gonzalez,” by Michael Gaynor.

In The Hill, Daniel Kaniewski, senior fellow in the Homeland Security Policy Institute, authored the article “Dysfunctional oversight undermines security.”