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This Week on the Arlington Campus

Arlington Student Lounge
Did you know that a newly cleaned and updated student lounge is located in the Arlington Original Building?  Come and visit the student lounge in the Arlington Original Building, room 116 near the Photo ID office.  The room is furnished with conference tables, sofas, chairs and even some games for your enjoyment. Student and community communications are posted on the several bulletin boards located in the Lounge.  Wireless Internet is also available from this location.

Conversational Spanish for all Arlington Staff & Students!
Conversational Spanish classes began last week for all faculty, staff and students at Arlington.  The class meets every Tuesday, from 2-3 in room 251 in the Arlington original Building.  The classes will be held until April 10 and are presented by Michelle Ramos.  Learn conversational Spanish to survive a day at the office. Learn to communicate at work with individuals who speak Spanish using basic phrases in Spanish. No prior registration is required. This service is FREE and it is open to all GMU faculty, staff and students.  Please bring your GMU ID to class for registration.

Arlington Passport Fair
March 28 from 9AM- 3PM in the Arlington Original Building Room 268

Do you need to renew your passport or apply for a new one?  Please come to the George Mason Arlington Campus Passport Fair.  This is event is open to all members of the Arlington community.

To apply for the passport, please be sure to bring:

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Humanitarian Action in the Peace Corps: Stories from the Field
Wednesday, March 28, 1:00-2:30 PM in the Arlington Original Building, Room 257

Come hear the stories of three Return Peace Corps Volunteers and find out how you can get involved in short term and long term Peace Corps volunteering opportunities! The Peace Corps is considered one of the most fulfilling volunteer experiences a student can have. It was established in 1960 when then Senator John F. Kennedy challenged students at the University of Michigan to serve their country in the cause of peace by living and working in developing countries. This event is taking place on Wednesday, March 28th from 1:00-2:30 in the Arlington Original Building, room 257 For more information or to RSVP, please contact Dr. Lina Beydoun at or (703) 993-2945.