Category: News

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Final four wall in Brion’s torn down for new renovations

Brion’s Grille in University Mall will have an updated look for its 25th anniversary, but the Final Four wall that features a variety of George Mason University memorabilia will be gone. In 2006, Mason men’s basketball reached the NCAA Final…

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Falafel House food truck brings diversity to dining

Students craving a new lunch option can now visit Falafel House, a food truck that serves falafel in a variety of ways including sandwiches, bowls and bites. Falafel House is parked outside Northern Neck on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:30…

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Program provides international experience to staff

Two university staff members have won the opportunity to travel abroad later this year and next year as part of a staff exchange program sponsored by the Office of Global Strategy. This November, Jennifer Hamilton, the gifts coordinator for University…

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Mason adopts Medical Amnesty Program

Mason has implemented a Medical Amnesty Program to provide amnesty for students that need medical assistance and those that seek to help them in alcohol-related situations. According to the Student Conduct website, amnesty would allow students who show responsible behavior…

Merten Hall is an example of a "green" building on campus.
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Mason achieves gold rating in sustainability but is not done

George Mason University prides itself on the campuses’ environmental friendliness, and now the university has been recognized for its green achievements with a gold rating in sustainability. The Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education recently awarded Mason…

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Students request larger space for private meditation

Complaints in previous years regarding overuse of the space by large groups such as the Muslim Student Association have urged people to refrain from leaving religious materials in the space so as to ensure an interfaith space. With the 40-50…

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Flood alert system in the works

A team of students is developing a program to monitor campus flooding by creating an alert system for the Mason community. “We’re trying to develop what I’m calling the Mason Educational Watershed, which is to create Mason as a living laboratory…

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Housing announces changes to “The Ridge” study space

One of George Mason University’s study spots, The Ridge, recently reopened its doors to students for the semester and announced some major changes to the space’s purposes. According to the Housing and Residence Life website, the Ridge will no longer…

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Mason Loudoun campus has new location and new opportunities

George Mason University has now moved its location in Loudoun County to partner with the Northern Virginia Community College and will be offering many new opportunities. Since 2006, Mason has had a presence in Loudoun County with its partnership with…