Author Archives: Reem Nadeem

About Reem Nadeem

Reem is a junior, majoring in English and double minoring in Journalism and International Relations. She has been with the Fourth Estate since fall of 2013.
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Fairfax to host global games for public safety officials

Local residents will find the opportunity to cheer on public safety officials from around the world in a series of competitive events called the World Police and Fire Games. The Games, which happen biennially, will take place June 26 to…

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Faculty members seek fossil fuel divestment

This story was originally published in the April 20 print issue. Additional reporting by Ellen Glickman. A petition was released among faculty urging Mason to fully divest from fossil fuels. The petition contains a letter addressed to Mason president Ángel…

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Cabrera no show remains unexplained

This story was originally published in the March 23 print issue. An “Ask Dr. Cabrera” event was supposed to take place on March 18; however, President Cabrera did not attend, and no one substituted in his absence. No statement was released explaining the situation….

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Adjunct faculty hold “teach in” for better treatment

Students and faculty at George Mason University participated a “teach in” called Adjunct Dignity Day in solidarity with national Adjunct Walkout Day.  The event occurred on campuses across the United States on Feb. 25. The teach-in was organized by the…

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Food pantry to address student homelessness

This story was originally published in the Feb. 9 issue of Fourth Estate. A storage closet in Sub 1 was converted into a Pop Up Pantry to help homeless and financially unstable students. The closet houses supplies such as non-perishable…

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Award winners honored for social activism

This story was originally published in the Feb. 2 issue of Fourth Estate Below are excerpts of interviews with the recipients of the Spirit of King Award, which honors those who have made contributions to developing a multicultural campus community….