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Mason’s office of Social Action and Integrative Learning (SAIL) hosted an annual Hunger Banquet on Nov. 14, where approximately 100 Mason students, faculty, and staff gathered to learn about food insecurity.
Creative Aging features artwork from the Phillips’s ongoing partnership with Iona Senior Services, a nonprofit organization that provides support for the Washington, DC, area’s older adults, along with their families and caregivers.
George Mason University hosted the Freedom & Learning Forum on Wednesday, November 15. It was a conversation between faculty and students that identified the current climate of speech freedoms and campus safety.