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INTO Mason Students from India – and more than 20 other countries – took part in the weeklong orientation at the Mason Global Center for Academic English, Undergraduate Pathway, and Graduate Pathway programs. Photo courtesy of INTO Mason.

INTO Mason Welcomes New Students and Leadership This Spring

INTO Mason began the new year with a new executive director and a host of newly admitted international students at the Mason Global Center. During spring orientation, INTO Mason welcomed more than 150 new students from more than 20 different countries, bringing the total number of current INTO Mason students to 356. “We were very excited to welcome so many new students from around the world this spring,” said Ilona Castro, marketing and recruitment manager for INTO Mason, citing the partnerships with education counselors and… Read more

Mason students, faculty, and alumni visit the Virginia State Capitol in Richmond during a previous Mason Lobbies Day. Photo by Alexis Glenn

Mason Lobbies Richmond on Thursday on Key Higher Ed Issues

Some 150 George Mason University students and staff members will caravan to Richmond on buses Thursday in an effort to educate state elected officials on George Mason and higher education’s issues. Each of the Mason representatives took a mandatory 30-minute training class earlier in the week to learn details about the issues facing Mason in particular and higher education in general. They also received pointers on how to convincingly impart information on the issues to the elected representatives they would meet. “I do think it… Read more

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MLK ‘Evening of Reflection’ Planned for Tuesday, Jan. 27

George Mason University will continue its remembrance of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. this month with the “2015 MLK Evening of Reflection” planned for Tuesday, Jan. 27. The event, which is purposed to reflect the spirit of King., will be held at Dewberry Hall in the Johnson Center from 4:30 to 7 p.m. and will focus on four important themes: grassroots organizing; nonviolent resistance; citizenship (immigration reform) and gender inclusivity. The event is in its seventh year at Mason and allows the community to… Read more


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