Tag: campus

Dear World at George Mason

Sometimes all you need to tell a story is a few words, and maybe an expo marker. By Hailey Bullis, Staff Writer On April 11, Mason hosted an event called Dear World. The event was split into three sessions, two…

Faces of Mason

Interviews by Basma Humadi, Lifestyle Assistant Editor Bobby Yi, Faculty, Academic Advisor, School of Art Where did you grow up? I was born in Seoul, South Korea and emigrated to the U.S. in 1972 and lived in Northern Virginia most…

Does Mason have a campus culture?

A look at what defines the Mason Nation By Ahmed Farid, Staff Writer Many colleges in Virginia have a culture that defines them. With Virginia Tech, for example, football comes to mind. With University of Virginia, the basketball team is…

Mental health resources at Mason

On-campus resources for spring and finals stress By Isabella LaMagdeleine, Staff Writer With the academic year winding down, students can feel anxious with numerous end-of-year finals and papers looming ahead. In order to combat the end-of-year stress, Mason provides a…

Title IX Policy at Mason

The statistics for sexual and gender-based harassment By Abigail Adcox, Staff Writer  Since the beginning of April there have been two reports of sexual assault and four reports of stalking according to the Daily Crime and Fire Log published by…

Afghan Student Union Hosts Afghan Culture Night

By Arham Muhammad, Contributor On April 11 in the Hub Ballroom, the Afghan Student Union organized Afghan Culture Night as a part of International Week at Mason. The night attracted a plethora of students from different parts of the world…

Best Mason Buildings to Study

With finals and deadlines approaching, finding a place to study on campus is a must By Ahmed Farid, Staff Writer April has arrived, which means everyone must start getting ready for final exams and assignments. Before you know it, you…

“Paws for a Cause”

THERAPY SERVICES TEACH STUDENTS ABOUT SERVICE ANIMALS ON CAMPUS By Dana Nickel, Staff Writer Eight therapy and service dogs were brought to North Plaza on Tuesday, April 3 to interact with and educate Mason students and faculty. The event, “Paws…

Sustainability the sweet way: honey bees

Mason’s beehives produce honey for dining halls and a future business venture By Claire Underwood, Staff Writer Since 2013, Mason has been part of the Honey Bee Initiative, a project that helps educate people about ways to help sustain honey…

Campus construction part of Mason plan

How the campus will change by 2024 By Paresha Khan, Staff Writer Mason has been involved with construction and renovating buildings ever since the Campus Master Plan was set by President Cabrera and faculty. The university currently spans more than…