Last day to drop courses for the Spring semester. Students can drop courses from their spring enrollment through this date through PatriotWeb and without special permission.Details »
Revisiting South-South/BRICs/Emerging Powers Investment and Development Aid
Registration Opens Oct. 25
Explore your intended career path and make connections as you prepare your post-graduation plans. This is a unique opportunity to learn from local Mason Alumni who are willing to help in your transition from college to career.Details »
Exploring hacking, leaking, and scene-making as writing and political practices, as well as conceptual tools for understanding Arab culture in the digital age, this talk examines affective forms of protest, incivility, digital consciousness, fiction, and knowledge production. Focusing on a new generation of activists and authors, and leakers and hackers from the region and beyond, El-Ariss connects Wikileaks to The Arabian Nights, Twitter to mystical revelation, cyberattacks to pre-Islamic tribal raids, and digital activism to the affective scene-making of Arab popular culture.Details »
Yale Law Professor James Forman Jr. will be on campus October 25 to deliver the inaugural Roger Wilkins Lecture on the topic "Locking Up Our Own: Race, Class and the Politics of Mass Incarceration."Details »
A one-day symposium,"1818 / 2018: The Tax of Quick Alarm" explores the the literary, cultural and political activity of Britain in 1818 and its resonance in our climate of alarm today. Part of an internationally networked series of Romantic Bicentennial events.Details »
Free food, music, and art activities!