Category: News

Students Reach New Heights In Nepal Study Abroad

Two-week study abroad trip teaches filmmaking and better photography BY IZZ LAMAGDELEINE, COPY CHIEF When students think of a study-abroad trip, they probably imagine living in a flat in London or an apartment in Paris, where they can spend their time…

Who Are Mason for Survivors?

A conversation with Mason’s newest student-activist organization BY DANA NICKEL NEWS EDITOR A group of Mason students congregated in front of the Mason statue Thursday, April 4. Journalists and camerapeople surrounded them, reporting on the the scene. Teal tape covered…

Mason Weekly Crime Log

Monday, April 1- Johnson Center (Information Desk)/ Robots Destruction/Damage/Vandalism of Property/Medical Assist: Subject (GMU) was referred to Office of Student Conduct (OSC) for damaging property and also transported to the hospital for an evaluation. 2019-00338- Referred to OSC Tuesday, April…

Mason’s Student Senate Signs New Resolution

Resolution passed in effort to support sexual assault survivors at Mason BY DANA NICKEL, NEWS EDITOR On Thursday, March 28, Mason’s Student Government passed the Resolution to Support a Better, Safer Mason (Res. 49). Res. 49, introduced by Elijah Nichols,…

Layton/McLaughlin ticket secures victory

Progress with purpose proceeds to prosperity BY ABIGAIL ADCOX, ASSISTANT NEWS EDITOR Camden Layton and Adia McLaughlin are to be Mason’s student body president and vice president for the 2019-2020 academic year. “Adia and I are extremely grateful and humbled…

This Week in Politics

Monday, March 25 In an effort to resurrect his father, George W. Bush sacrifices Jeb Bush on an altar at the family’s ranch in Texas. President Trump skips out on meeting with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un to watch…