Last week, International Week 2016 kicked off with a beautifully organized parade of flags marching from the HUB, across campus, to the North Plaza. It was a great display of community
and diversity at Mason ...
Greece happily interacts with Turkey, Kurdistan shows off a dazzling display of color and fabric, and the Chinese delegation boasts a variety of costumes and dresses that defy clichés of China
and nicely underline the vast diversity of the most populous country in the world. Arab countries pose for selfies and the band starts playing American tunes, as students and staff members are getting ready to leave the HUB Ballroom with flags from Uzbekistan,
the Vatican, Tunisia, and many more. Meanwhile, the staff of the international office diligently points people to the right direction. The destination is the North Plaza, where the Green Machine awaits the arrival of the international procession ...
The celebration of everything international continues throughout the week. Be sure to check out the official website at iweek.gmu.edu, so you won’t miss any events. The
Mediterranean Night and Travel Noire 2.0 have already taken place. The Dance Competition, a hallmark of Mason’s International Week and scheduled for Thursday, is a spectacular event that ought not to be missed.
Go to iweek.gmu.edu to find out more about International Week
For more information about how to experience the world outside of the United States, visit Mason Study Abroad at studyabroad.gmu.edu.