Category: News

Virginia Supreme Court Rules Against Transparent GMU

VSC upholds Mason’s practice of not releasing donor names, says this is by design BY JACK HARVEY, ASSISTANT OPINION EDITOR The Virginia Supreme Court affirmed a prior Virginia Circuit Court’s ruling stating that the George Mason University Foundation, a private…

Mason Weekly Crime Log

Tuesday, Nov. 12 — York River Road Trespassing: Subject (GMU) was issued a releasable summons for violating a previously issued criminal trespass warning.  Case 2019-001283 — Cleared By Summons Tuesday, Nov. 12 — Rappahannock Parking Deck Theft From Motor Vehicle…

Last Week in Politics

Monday, Nov. 11 Disney+ streaming service released.  U.S. set to have record-breaking Arctic temperatures this week, 30 degrees below average. U.S. Marine Corps celebrates its 244th birthday. Driver crashes Porsche into second floor of Toms River building, killing two.  Tuesday,…

School of Business Launches Business for a Better World Center

Speaker Jeff Foote brings attention to businesses’ role in combating climate change BY OLIVIA VERMANE, STAFF WRITER On Monday, Nov. 11, Mason’s School of Business officially launched the Business for a Better World Center.  In 2007, Mason committed to become…

Andrew Yang Rallies at Mason

The Democratic primary candidate talks universal basic income, automation  BY JACK HARVEY, ASSISTANT NEWS EDITOR Democratic primary candidate Andrew Yang held a rally at Mason’s Center for the Arts on Nov. 4. The two-hour rally featured speakers from Yang’s campaign…

Last Week in the News

Monday, Nov. 4 McDonald’s CEO steps down after revelation of relationship with an employee. In Norway, an American white supremacist was arrested hours before he was due to give a speech at far-right conference. Airbnb announces ban on “party houses”…