Women and Gender Studies in collaboration with the LEAD office, with support from the Student Support and Advocacy Center and University Life, held its third annual Fear 2 Freedom Celebration Evening on Tuesday, September 20th, 2016.
Fall for the Book brings writers, readers, and scholars together like no other event in the region. In its eighteenth year, Fall for the Book is a weeklong literary festival with events taking place on Mason's Fairfax campus and at other venues across the region between September 25 and September 30.
In a Washington Post article, Robinson Professor of Public Affairs Steven Pearlstein describes the challenge of convincing incoming students' parents of the value of liberal arts education. The college's senior associate dean Robert Matz contributes, leading the effort to promote humanities and social sciences degrees.