Tag: Events

Weekend Suggestions: 10/2-10/4

Tatyana White-Jenkins, Assistant Lifestyle Editor The first weekend of October presents many opportunities to check out some events nearby. Here is a list of on- and off-campus events for students to enjoy from Fourth Estate.  Stay safe and dry this…

Mason community shares March of Dimes experiences

Kesley Davidson, staff writer The Banquet for Babies was held last week to raise awareness and to fund the organization, March of Dimes. According to their website, the March of Dimes works to “help moms have full-term pregnancies and research…

iWeek list of events

                      International Week starts today. For what is going on read below and for more information check out the event’s website. Correction was made to time/place of “Bengali Patriots Saree…

The health issues behind Love Your Body Week

Students living a college lifestyle filled with stress, pressure and even home-sickness are at a high risk of developing unhealthy habits. These habits can negatively affect both physical and mental health. Mason’s LOVE Your Body Task Force is helping to…

Mason 2015 Homecoming

Homecoming 2015 is here! Check back for pictures from the week’s festivities and daily events. Feb. 14 Mason Women’s Basketball vs VCU: 12:00 p.m.–2:00 p.m. Location: Patriot Center Annual Homecoming Block Party: 1:00 p.m.–3:30 p.m. Location: Fairfax campus, Parking Lot…

Fraternity starts singing competition for Leukemia

Jevette Brown, Staff Writer While it may not be nationally televised like “American Idol” or “The X Factor,” the first ever “Mason Factor,” hosted by the fraternity Phi Kappa Sigma, gives the Mason community the opportunity to perform and compete…

First Annual Take a Patriot to Work Day a Success

Barbara Brophy, staff writer A new annual program at Mason helps students develop professional skills and allows them to explore possible career paths. Last Friday, University Career Services held Take a Patriot to Work Day, a one day job shadowing…

Guantanamo Bay politics through the lens of a photojournalist

Bright orange jumpsuits are a familiar symbol of Guantanamo Bay, but according to photojournalist Louie Palu, that symbol has been hijacked by ISIS. “Pictures have become part of the contemporary landscape of conflict,” said Palu while giving a guest lecture…

Family Weekend List of Events

Friday, Oct. 17 Check-In and Information Desk 11 a.m.–6:30 p.m. Johnson Center, Dewberry Lobby Free Play at the Corner PocketPlay pool, ping pong, air hockey and your favorite games against your family. 11-1 a.m. The Hub Free for Family Weekend…