Category: News

Mason Professor Banned From Fox News and Business Network

Students and faculty call for Chris Farrell’s removal BY APRIL HORENCY STAFF WRITER Chris Farrell, a journalism professor at Mason and director of investigations and research for the conservative watchdog organization Judicial Watch, has been banned from speaking on both Fox…

Mason Weekly Crime Log

Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018 – Fairfax Campus, 12:06 p.m. Drug/Narcotic Violations: Subject (GMU) was issued a releasable summons for possessing illegal drugs. Case 2018-011017 – Cleared by Summons Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2018 – Arlington Campus, 3:10 p.m. Theft from Building/…

Mason Students and a Rise in Vaping on Campus

Recent studies on vaping and students’ opinions on e-cigarettes BY COLLIN COPE STAFF WRITER Whether on the way to class or walking through a residence hall, it would be hard for a day to go by without seeing at least…

Weeding Out Students In Stem

Students and College of Science faculty describe their experiences with STEM BY SABIHA BASIT, STAFF WRITER As the fall semester slowly begins to wrap up, most students are beginning to sign up for the classes they will take next semester. Many…

Greg Miller’s latest book, “The Apprentice”

Miller discusses challenges of being a journalist in D.C. BY LIV VERMANE LONGFORM EDITOR On the eve of the midterm elections, Mason hosted a discussion between Washington Post national security reporter Greg Miller and Gen. Michael V. Hayden, founder of the…

Immigration Policy Could Harm Scientific Development

Mason professors study effects of restricted immigration BY IZZ LAMAGDELEINE COPY CHIEF When people discuss immigration, they often focus on the most visible effects, such as the controversial policies and decisions made by the Trump administration. However, other results of immigration…

Activists and Politicians Gather At Mason To Support Era

Women demand equality in this genERAtion BY DANA NICKEL NEWS EDITOR “We are here because we have unfinished business,” Virginia House Delegate Jennifer Carroll Foy announced over a hushed crowd at Mason. “Women are not entitled to equality under the United…

Former Mason Student Found Dead

Saudi Arabian sisters found bound together in the Hudson River BY MARNIA TONEY STAFF WRITER It was a chilly day in New York City when the bodies of sisters Tala Farea, 16, and Rotana Farea, 23, were found on the…

Midterms Bring Reelection For Senator Tim Kaine

Kaine celebrates reelection and other Democratic victories in Virginia BY DANA NICKEL NEWS EDITOR The midterm elections kept the country in suspense as both Republicans and Democrats gained and lost seats in the House of Representatives and Senate. In Virginia,…

Student Government Roundup

BY JALEN REID, STAFF WRITER In the span of two Student Government (SG) meetings, legislation has been passed to allocate funds for a variety of events set to take place in upcoming months. During executive reports, the president and vice…