Tag: Events

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Northam’s population strategy

Eradicating the Opioid Crisis in Northern Virginia By Olivia Vermane, Staff Writer Governor Ralph Northam and Northern Virginia leaders spoke at Mason on April 19 regarding the opioid crisis currently threatening the nation. As the largest public research university in…

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A preview of Mason Day 2018

Food trucks, an obstacle course and singer Daniel Caesar are coming to the 53rd annual campus celebration By Tisha Herrera, Staff Writer The 53rd annual Mason Day celebration is coming up on Friday, April 27, 2018. The main attraction at…

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APA Heritage Month celebrates the diversity of Asian Americans

Asian American students led a discussion on the challenges and stereotypes they face By Diana Nadira, Contributor As a part of ODIME’s Asian Pacific American Heritage (APAH) month celebration, a panel discussion on “Dreams, possibilities and challenges for APA students”…

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Vision Board Party

By Cat Tong, Staff Writer As the end of the semester approaches, students may lack determination to follow through with their goals. The Omicron Rho Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta sorority hosted a Vision Board Party on Wednesday, April 18,…

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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…

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Model World Health Organization Conference 2018

Mason students study drug policies, practices, and prevention By Tisha Herrera, Staff Writer On April 14, Mason hosted its third annual World Health Organization Conference (MWHO), where Mason students heard and discussed drug crises around the world and demonstrated a…

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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…

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“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…

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Making clothes out of condoms

Project Condom seeks to promote safe sex and the importance of condom usage with HIV/AIDS fashion shows By Hailey Bullis, Staff Writer In the United States alone, approximately 1.1 million people are affected by HIV, according to HIV.gov.   Mason’s…

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Former Secretary of State speaks at Mason

Editor’s note: At the time of the event, former Sec. Rex Tillerson still held his position. He was fired on March 13. Tillerson will be replaced by Mike Pompeo, who was the C.I.A. Director. Pompeo’s position will be replaced by Gina Haspel, upon…