Author Archives: Fareeha Rehman

About Fareeha Rehman

Fareeha is the Online Editor and a staff writer for the Fourth Estate, majoring in Communication (Journalism concentration). Follow her on Twitter @RehmanFareeha

Understanding Israel

Israel Student Association hosts first full Israel Week BY KELAYAH DICKERSON   Mason’s first ever week-long Israel Week was held to offer the community the chance to learn about the culture, religions, ethnicities and ideas of the people of Israel….

By Billy Ferguson

Warner aims to tackle student debt crisis

Sen. Mark Warner introduces legislation for students struggling with debt BY LAURYN CANTRELL   Senator Mark Warner (D-Va.) has introduced two bills to assist college students and college graduates in response to the rising cost of attending college.   In…

Movie Review: “Get Out”

BY ALEX SHEDD   High-quality horror movies are hard to find in cinemas these days. From the fifteenth spinoff of a sequel of some “Blair Witch Project” ripoff to this month’s gory jump-scare, the horror genre has left something to…

Animal lover Savannah Walck pursues passion

BY KELSEY TETREAULT For many 20-year-olds, having your career figured out seems like a far-off dream. Savannah Walck, however, has known what career she’s wanted for a long time, and she has never stopped working to achieve it. Walck is…

Junior Olympian Bryce Sampson refuses to give up

BY KEVIN SANFORD   With every step, a sharp pain pierced his spine as if a bullet was passing through his flesh.  Bryce Sampson, 20, barely found the power to take another step as he made his way into the…

In memoriam: Roger Wilkins

President Cabrera remembers former professor The following letter was emailed to George Mason faculty and staff from President Ángel Cabrera on March 28.   Dear Colleague,   This week, we lost one of our brightest stars. I’m saddened by the…

Mason gets an A+

Mason named one of the top institutions for graduating black students BY KELAYAH DICKERSON   The Education Trust recently released a report that named Mason as a university with one of the highest black student graduation rates in the country….

Mason students Stop the Bleed

Students learn how to save lives with the National Center for Disaster Medicine & Public Health BY RACHEL MARKFELDER     On Monday, March 27, the National Center for Disaster Medicine & Public Health (NCDMPH) conducted a study at Mason’s…