Category: News

Mason Searching for New Title Ix Coordinator

Jennifer Hammat to leave Mason BY LAUREN SULLIVAN, INVESTIGATIVE EDITOR Jennifer Hammat, Mason’s current Title IX coordinator, was recently announced as the new dean of students at the University of Southern Indiana (USI). Her resignation comes in the wake of…

Mason’s Law School To Receive $50 Million

Mason’s Antonin Scalia Law School to receive biggest donation in university’s history BY DANA NICKEL NEWS EDITOR Mason’s Antonin Scalia Law School has received a record gift of $50 million dollars, the largest donation in Mason’s history, according to an…

Student Government Presidential Campaigns Heat Up

Candidates prepare for the vote, or lack thereof BY ALEXANDER SHEDD, EDITOR IN CHIEF As Student Government President Bekah Pettine and Vice President Erik Truong prepare to graduate, one new campaign is running to succeed them, while one campaign is…

Right, Wrong or Indifferent

An open conversation for Mason BY COLLIN COPE STAFF WRITER On Thursday, March 21, Mason students and staff from both international and domestic backgrounds were invited to come together for the “Right, Wrong or Different event. The event was hosted…

Six Student Senators Resign In Two Days

Five of six chair positions are left vacant following resignations BY ABIGAIL ADCOX, ASSISTANT NEWS EDITOR AND JACK HARVEY, STAFF WRITER In the span of a week’s time, six student senators have resigned from their positions within Student Government. Among the…

South Sudan Still in Crisis

Mason student researches problems in the country BY IZZ LAMAGDELEINE COPY CHIEF The world’s youngest nation, South Sudan, was first recognized in 2011 and has been engulfed in civil war since 2013. The country is often known in the media…

This Week in Politics

Monday 3/18 A South Korean defense official says claims that North Korea is preparing a missile launch are “hasty” and inconclusive The lawyer representing the perpetrator of the deadly shooting in Christchurch, New Zealand tells media his client is “lucid”…

Brett Kavanaugh Hired as Professor at Antonin Scalia Law School

Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh to become a visiting professor at Mason’s law school BY LAUREN SULLIVAN, INVESTIGATIVE EDITOR AND DANA NICKEL, NEWS EDITOR According to an anonymous source within Mason’s Office of the Provost, Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh…

SAIA Members Lobby Against Anti-BDS Bill

Members head to Congress to voice concerns BASMA HUMADI, MANAGING EDITOR Members of Mason’s Students Against Israeli Apartheid (SAIA) headed over to Congress last week to lobby against a bill that would allow for state governments to refuse to do…