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Decision Time Debate Watch Event
Monday, September 26 | Doors open at 7:45pm
Betts Theater, Marvin Center
co-hosted with College Democrats and College Republicans
ARE YOU READY?
They're calling it the most anticipated Presidential Debate in the history of politics.
Find out what to expect from the insiders!
Join our interactive panelists including:
Frank Sesno, Director of SMPA
- WAMU-FM's "The Diane Rehm Show"
- The Washington Post's "It's Time for TV News to Stop Playing the Stooge for Donald Trump"
Lara Brown, Director of GSPM
- PBS' "To The Contrary"
- Fox News' "The O'Reilly Factor"
- Al Jazeera English's "Inside Story"
- Sinclair Broadcast Group
- CCTV America
Ethan Porter, SMPA Faculty
- Co-authored: "Race, Interracial Families, and Political Advertising in the Obama Era: Experimental Evidence"
Barrett Pitner, national journalist focusing on race, culture and politics
- The Daily Beast: "Ok, This Trump Thing Isn't Funny Anymore"
- Newsmax Prime with J.D. Hayworth
- The Hard Line with Ed Berliner
- Mornings with Joe O'Brien
and Representatives from College Democrats and College Republicans
As I searched for an internship for this past summer, I knew I wanted to work in a museum communications department. GW’s School of Media and Public Affairs is within walking distance of many of the Smithsonian museums in Washington, D.C., but I had another museum in mind. I found myself looking to Cooper Hewitt, a Smithsonian museum located along Museum Mile in New York and an institution that stood out to me for its incredible design exhibitions that challenge audiences and raise important questions. Cooper Hewitt’s Peter A. Krueger program offered me the opportunity to work with their communications and marketing department and visit other arts organizations in the city throughout my time in New York.