Category: Culture

Holiday Traditions

December is a time of celebration of many different holidays and traditions. How do Mason students of different backgrounds and traditions celebrate the holidays? Let’s find out… Jaskiran Kaur- Sikh December is a sad month in Sikh history because many…

Natalie Butler: A Story of Coming Home

By Natalie Heavren, Staff writer  When I found out Natalie Butler was transferring from the powerhouse University of Connecticut women’s basketball team to Mason for her last year of eligibility, I was understandably excited. As a Connecticut native and now…

Faces of Mason

Interviews by Mia Wise,  James Stemple, and Dinanda Pramesti Student: Mariam Zaidi What is your major and year? I am a Junior, Computer Science major and Math minor. What organizations are you involved in on and off campus? I love staying involved…

Hurricane Relief Concert raises $820 to unify music organizations

MASON’S MUSIC ORGANIZATIONS UNITE TOGETHER TO RAISE A HURRICANE RELIEF CONCERT  By Hailey Bullis, Staff Writer On Nov. 19, Mason’s music organizations, the American Choral Directors Association, International Tuba Euphonium Association, Kappa Kappa Psi, National Association for Music Education, Phi…

The Top 10 Christmas Movies

WHAT DO MASON STUDENTS THINK OF THE TOP 10 CHRISTMAS MOVIES?  By Michael Abler Staff Writer It’s that time of year again when people break out the winter jackets, Christmas decorations, and snuggle up indoors watching a few holiday movies….

Nic’s Flicks

By Nicolas Macotto, Staff Writer Key 4 = Great; 3 = Good; 2 = Fair; 1 = Poor; 0 = Ooh, let’s not go there Coco had me worried at one point. Originally, it seemed troublesome as another film, The…

Pride Alliance hosts Mason annual Student Drag Show

By Huong Cao, Staff Writer On Nov. 10, Mason students gathered at the Johnson Center Cinema with excitement. However, what they were waiting for was not a movie, but the annual Mason Student Drag Show organized by Pride Alliance at…

No Shave November

SPREADING AWARENESS FOR MEN’S HEALTH By James Stemple, Staff Writer November brings thoughts of family, tradition, holidays, and daylight savings. All that and the lack of shaving. You’ve probably heard the term “No Shave November” thrown around before—maybe as a…