Category: News

jadaliyya color

Middle East studies magazine recognized in New York Times

This story was originally published in the Nov. 10 issue of Fourth Estate An online magazine staffed by several Mason professors and graduates has become one of the top publications in Middle Eastern studies. Jadaliyya, co-founded by the director of…

CecilClaire_ElectionAnalysis5

Former congressmen join in post-election analysis and discussion

Students and community members gathered Wednesday evening at the Mason Global Center for a Post-Election Analysis discussion featuring former Republican Congressman Tom Davis and former Democratic Congressman Martin Frost. The event was hosted by the School of Policy, Government, and…

Photo by Erika Eisenacher

Opening of campus Panera Bread postponed

To the disappointment of many students, the opening of Panera Bread, the newest addition to the Johnson Center, has been postponed. “At this time it is anticipated that Panera will start training January 5th and open in time for spring…

RoseAmy_BraddockTraffic1

Braddock Road and Route 50 undergoing road work

This story was originally published in the Nov. 4 issue of Fourth Estate. Braddock Road and Route 50 are both currently under construction for road improvements. This month the Virginia Department of Transportation is repaving both directions of Braddock Road’s…

Same-sex marriage provides little for millennials

This story was originally published in the Nov. 3 issue of Fourth Estate. Earlier this month, a Supreme Court decision legalized same-sex marriage in five states, and Mason students weighed in on the generational impact of this change. On Oct. 6, the Supreme Court decided…

7995266112_322a492aa3_z

2014 Elections recap: Republicans triumph in midterms

As the 2014 midterm elections wind down, here’s a brief recap of the major outcomes from important races in Virginia and around the nation and what those results mean for political control. Before Tuesday, the Senate makeup stood at 53…

Election-Night-2014-Logo

LIVEBLOG: Elections 2014

Stay tuned for the Office of Student Media’s coverage of the 2014 elections streaming live here and on local MCN channel 231. 6:10 p.m. — First polls close in Kentucky, according to the New York Times. 6:11 p.m. — Mitch McConnell…

College Republicans and Democrats go head to head in JC debate

George Mason University’s Student Government held “First of All We Vote 2014” last night in the Johnson Center Atrium. The event, comprised of a debate between the College Republicans and the GMU Democrats, was hosted by Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity…