Lecture: Russia, Ukraine, and the Borders of Europe
Wednesday, September 17
3:30pm - 5pm
Small Hall, Room 111
Reves Hall Global Lectures are informal discussions between featured speakers, students, professors and other guest speakers on global affairs. The lectures are free and open to the public.
    Field Research on the US-Mexico Border
    Wednesday, September 17 - Thursday, September 18
    5pm - 5pm
    Washington Hall, Room 301
    This one-credit guided research course will enable selected students to expand their scholarship on Immigration, Border Studies, and Human Rights through field research on the U.S.-Mexico border over Winter Break.
      Der Filmabend - Metropolis
      Wednesday, September 17
      6:30pm - 9pm
      Boswell Hall (formerly Morton Hall), Room 001
      Generally considered the first great science-fiction film, "Metropolis" (1927) fixed for the rest of the century the image of a futuristic city as a hell of scientific progress and human despair.
        Russian Tea_A
        Wednesday, September 17
        Pleasants Hall (Randolph Complex), 3rd floor
        Advanced Russian Conversation

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          DCSI Applications Open
          Monday, September 15 - Wednesday, October 15
          12:01am - 5pm
          Online: DCSI website
          Applications are now open for the Washington DC Summer Institutes! Apply to come spend 12 weeks of Summer 2015 in DC studying Leadership and Community Engagement, New Media, or American Politics. Applications close October 15th at 5pm.
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          Monday, August 18 - Wednesday, September 24
          5pm - 5pm
          William & Mary Washington Office
          Applications for W&M in Washington's Spring 2015 semester are open! http://dcapps.wm.edu/apply/wmindc/