Category: News

Mason Holds Sexual Assault Town Hall

Q&A Addresses Kavanaugh, Pober, Title IX and more BY IZZ LAMAGDELEINE COPY CHIEF On Tuesday, April 16, Mason for Survivors hosted a town hall to address student’s concerns with sexual assault issues, in conjunction with Student Government and other offices on…

Honoring former Mason athlete Aimee Willard

The 23rd annual Victims’ Rights Run/Walk 5K opens the discussion on interpersonal violence and the importance of community BY HAILEY BULLIS, ASSISTANT CULTURE EDITOR On April 11, Mason hosted its 23rd annual Victims’ Rights Run/Walk 5K in honor of Aimee…

Soulja Boy Held In Prison Without Bail

Mason Day headliner canceled after breaking parole BY DANA NICKEL, NEWS EDITOR Popular 2000s rapper Soulja Boy was arrested last month after police raided his home and found ammunition. He has since been canceled as the main source of entertainment…

Fairfax Petland Closes After Alleged Animal Neglect

HSUS undercover investigation reveals dead rabbits left in the freezer BY ABIGAIL ADCOX, ASSISTANT NEWS EDITOR On Wednesday, April 3, Petland ended its franchise agreement in Fairfax due to an ongoing investigation by the City of Fairfax Police Department of…

Mason Weekly Crime Log

Sunday, April 7 – Roberts Rd. Drug/Narcotic Violations: Three subjects (GMU) were referred to Office of Student Conduct (OSC) for possessing illegal drugs. 2019-003614- Referred to OSC Monday, April 8 – Rappahannock Parking Deck Theft from Motor Vehicle: Complainant (GMU)…

April Is Autism Awareness Month

Student organizations to host events throughout April in support of autism awareness BY LAURA SCUDDER SOCIAL MEDIA EDITOR Organization and programs around campus are working to support those with autism during Autism Awareness Month.   One of those programs is…

This Week in Politics

Monday, April 1 A former Nevada legislator, Lucy Flores, accuses Joe Biden of inappropriate kissing and touching during a 2014 campaign event. Kellogg sells off its cookie brands, including Girl Scout cookies, to the maker of Nutella. Tuesday, April 2…

Author Scott. W Stern Visits Mason

“The Trials” looks at the effects of the American Plan BY COLLIN COPE, STAFF WRITER Author Scott W. Stern visited Mason for Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) Awareness Month on Wednesday, April 3 to discuss his recently released book, “The Trials of…