Broadway's Patti LuPone will perform as part of Mason's ARTS by George! gala in September.
Mason teams with nonprofit to offer a new camp that gives girls of color a jumpstart on success in STEM fields.
In anthropologist Haagen Klaus's special topics course, students examine bones for clues about life and death.
Mason doctoral student Manuela Dal-Forno has helped find more than 100 new species of lichen.
Kyoko Mori's latest book is designed especially for new readers—adults learning to read as well as those learning English.
To beat the heat and help faculty and staff thrive, this week Mason is kicking off Making Mason Magic: Summer Smooth.
Mason has been named to the Chronicle of Higher Education's Great College to Work For list for the seventh year.
Genocide Watch organization hopes films of Rwanda, Cambodia and Nazi Germany spur dialogue about the human condition.
Mason professor Mark Katz weighs in on the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and what that means for the U.S.