Four hundred free tickets allotted to students for Gore event

Four hundred tickets for the book event featuring Former Vice President Al Gore at Lisner Auditorium on Nov. 5 will be given away free to GW students, starting on Friday, Oct. 30.

The free tickets will be distributed at the Lisner Auditorium Box Office, starting at 11 a.m. on Friday. Students will to be able to get one free ticket with their GWorld card.

Gore is coming to campus to promote his new book, “Our Choice,” a continuation of Gore’s work on climate change.

“Picking up where An Inconvenient Truth left off, Our Choice utilizes Mr. Gore’s forty years of experience as a student, policymaker, author, filmmaker, entrepreneur and activist to comprehensively describe the real solutions to global warming,” according to Gore’s blog.

Gore last appeared at Lisner in 2007 and will come to campus in conjunction with Politics and Prose, a bookstore in northwest D.C. that often hosts prominent authors. Additional tickets can be purchased on the Politics and Prose’s Web site and will cost $1o per ticket.

If students buy “Our Choice,” at $26.99, they will receive two free tickets.

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