Author Archives: Peter Njoroge

Hidden Hangouts: Call Your Mother

Wood-Fired perfection BY PETER NJOROGE, STAFF WRITER Get your mom, dad, brother, aunt and second cousin twice removed on the line for a bagel that will change everything that you think about breakfast. New-ish to the Parkview neighborhood in Washington,…

How to Breathe After “Leaving Neverland”

Making sense of the four-hour HBO documentary BY PETER NJOROGE, STAFF WRITER Relationships can be complicated. Due to, HBO’s recently released “Leaving Neverland,” an incredibly conflicting documentary, many Americans have arrived at an important fork in the road concerning their relationship…

Sherrice Mojgani Adds Her Personal Touch to a Classic Work of Art

Mason assistant professor discusses her role in “The Heiress” currently playing at Arena Stage BY PETER NJOROGE, STAFF WRITER Another fantastic production at Arena Stage, a regional theater in Washington D.C., features work done by a member of the Mason community….

Mason Housing Program To Undergo Significant Changes

Chief housing officer looks to overhaul the entire housing department BY PETER NJOROGE, STAFF WRITER While the population of Patriots continues to climb, the housing department is making changes that will result in fewer student employees, especially resident advisors, effective next…

A Look into the Golden Age of Broadway

The Mason Cabaret prepares to thrill at the Center for the Arts BY PETER NJOROGE, STAFF WRITER In her bestselling memoir “Becoming,” former First Lady of the United States Michelle Obama proposes that art is nothing less than essential for…

The Outsider’s Guide to the Alexandria Film Festival

The Alexandria Film Festival celebrates local, independent filmmakers BY PETER NJOROGE, STAFF WRITER In an age where film seems to be less and less popular, the Alexandria Film Festival stands as a beacon of light for both independent filmmakers and…