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Voice of America to Host Live Town Hall at GW on Challenges, Opportunities for International Students
Voice of America will host a live town hall broadcast about the challenges and opportunities facing international students in the United States at GW on May 3.
Photographs from the GW Collection and Selected Local Photographers Show Reflections in Two New Exhibitions
Drawing from the broad collection of photography in the George Washington University Collection, the new exhibition “Reflect” at GW’s Luther W. Brady Art Gallery invites audiences to examine multiple genres of reflection.
Leaders from the Broadcasting Board of Governors and its network Voice of America join other news directors and journalists to discuss World Press Freedom Day at GW, May 1.
Prominent political journalists will join an independent candidate for vice president and the head of an influential women’s political group at GW to discuss the fake news trend in last year’s election and how it can be confronted moving forward.
Jay Pharoah, the actor and comedian best known for his “Saturday Night Live” celebrity impressions, will perform at GW's Lisner Auditorium on May 5.