Category: Culture

Family Weekend List of Events

Friday, Oct. 17 Check-In and Information Desk 11 a.m.–6:30 p.m. Johnson Center, Dewberry Lobby Free Play at the Corner PocketPlay pool, ping pong, air hockey and your favorite games against your family. 11-1 a.m. The Hub Free for Family Weekend…

Movie Review: Gone Girl

Alisa Posey, Staff Writer If you are looking for something to see that will leave you on the edge of your seat wondering what will happen next, “Gone Girl” is should be your choice. Based on the best seller by…

Annual fall festival goes for the heights

  Blanca Acevedo, staff writer Rides, food, crafts and entertainment may be found at local fall festival. Today the city of Fairfax, Virginia is hosting the 38th annual Fall Festival. The event will be held on from 10 a.m. to…

Mason Recreation offers more fitness classes

Written by Raquel DeSouza Mason is offering a variety of more times and types of fitness classes at their facilities. According to Ethan Carter, director of fitness, Mason Recreation conducted surveys last yearat the Recreation and Athletic Complex and the…

Photo Gallery: Turn off the Violence

Events covered: At Fear2Freedom volunteers lined up to assemble care packages for victims of sexual violence in hope to help comfort them. The Goddess Diaries is an ensemble piece of personal narratives exploring the lives of women. Photos by Johannah…

Clothesline Project pays homage to domestic and sexual violence

Courtney Metcalf, staff writer An on-campus exhibition helps students speak out against domestic and sexual violence. “It’s okay to talk about it,” Caren Sempel, associate director for Interpersonal Violence Education at WAVES on sexual violence, said. “And that’s what the Clothesline event…

Pumpkin Beer: the Marketing, the Myth, the Legend…

Written by Connor Smith Autumn ushers in a revolving door of seasonal selections in the beer world, and no beer has dominated the fall seasonal market like pumpkin beer. It is not just beer though. Pumpkin is absolutely inescapable. From…

Photo Galley: Geek Week

Geek Week events are taking place through Friday, Oct. 10. Photos from: Superhero Happy Hour included refreshments and tables of materials to decorate masks and make capes. Technical Challenge will be a week long program in which teams of four students work…

Theatre Review: Wuthering Heights

Cynthia Jessup, staff writer It is a tale of horror and lost love. Last weekend, the Aquila Theater brought Emily Bronte’s work, “Wuthering Heights,” to Mason’s Center for the Arts. This adaption focused on the relationship between Heathcliff and Cathy….