Category: News

An Open Dialogue On Human Rights

Dialogue and Difference Project hosts discussion with Dr. Danielle Aldawood BY MATTHEW HAYES, STAFF WRITER  On Wednesday, Feb. 13, the Dialogue and Difference Project hosted the first of their three events planned for the Spring semester. The event series is focused…

Immigration And LGBTQ+ Collide On Policy

Associate Professor, Rachel Lewis, tackles immigration in her latest book BY IZZ LAMAGDELEINE COPY CHIEF When Rachel Lewis began her dissertation studies, it was not in studies about lesbian cinema or transnational feminism and human rights —it was in musicology, the study…

This Week in Politics

BY DANA NICKEL, NEWS EDITOR Monday, Feb. 11 Sen. Amy Klobuchar enters 2020 presidential race. U.S. and South Korea sign deal on shared defense costs. The 2019 Grammys became the “Year for Women” with wins for Lady Gaga, Kacey Musgraves…

Mason Donor Transparency Case Comes Before Writ Panel

Transparent GMU takes their case to the capital BY JACK HARVEY STAFF WRITER Members of student group Transparent GMU went Tuesday, Feb. 12 to Richmond to have their case against the GMU Foundation and Mason considered by a writ panel of…

Internal Battle Continues In Virginia Politics

Northam to kick off “reconciliation tour” Feb. 21 BY ABIGAIL ADCOX, ASSISTANT NEWS EDITOR After a whirlwind of a month in Virginia state politics, Gov. Ralph Northam has once again stated he won’t be resigning, instead announcing a “reconciliation tour.” The…

Campus Kitchen Provides for Locals

Student organization meets food insecurity with campus dining partnership BY SAMI GIBBS STAFF WRITER The leftover food from Mason’s dining halls is being utilized instead of composted. Campus Kitchens, a student-led organization, is spearheading these efforts on campus as a chapter…

Ex-Employee Speaks Out On Chipotle

An update on Chipotle’s working conditions since last fall BY SABIHA BASIT, STAFF WRITER Last fall, Fourth Estate released a report describing the accounts from former Chipotle employees who spoke out against unfair conditions, specifically working extended hours without compensation….

Mason Offers Assistance To Students Affected By Shutdown

Discounted courses and programs offered through Mason for government employees BY DANA NICKEL, NEWS EDITOR The longest government shutdown in U.S. history was temporarily halted on Jan. 25. At the risk of another upcoming shutdown with no end in sight, the…

Crime Log

Wednesday, Feb. 6- Fairfax Campus, Multiple times Stalking: Complainant (GMU) reported receiving unwanted contact from a known subject (GMU) on multiple occasions. Case 2019-001154- Referred to Title IX Wednesday, Feb. 6- Taylor Hall, 8:34 p.m. Drug/Narcotic Violations/Liquor Law Violations: Two…