House Speaker Paul Ryan spoke about topics like health care, immigration and trade deals to a full audience at Jack Morton Auditorium Thursday evening.
The town hall, which was broadcast live, focused on congressional priorities in light of an impending Donald Trump presidency.
School of Media and Public Affairs Director Frank Sesno will release a new book about interviews in January.
House of Representatives Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi discussed her experience in governance on Tuesday afternoon.
One of SMPA’s most prominent alumni has risen to become CNN’s chief political correspondent.
Todd is one of five leaders in media and communications who will serve a three-year term on the School of Media and Public Affairs’ advisory council, officials announced this week.
A nurse who was infected with Ebola in Texas will be moved to Bethesda for treatment.
A GW Law School professor is looking to block the renewal of TV and radio station licenses across the nation in an effort to ban the word “Redskins” from the air.
The School of Media and Public Affairs hopes to launch a new curriculum focused on data-driven storytelling next fall, responding to the rising demand for employees with data skills at news organizations and communication firms.
That high-profile publicity tour will help the school, which many call one of GW’s crown jewels, boost its profile amid the changing landscape of modern-day journalism.