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One Promise: 184 Universities Pledge Support System

MASON STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT SIGNS PLEDGE OF SUPPORT STUDENTS OF UVA By Rachel Markfelder, Staff writer Less than 24 hours after the incidents that took place in Charlottesville, Va, on August 13, George Mason University President, Angel Cabrera, sent an…

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Sports broadcast schedule: week of March 6

George Mason University sports broadcast schedule Monday, March 6– Sunday, March 12   Monday 6 Tuesday  7 Wednesday 8 Thursday 9 Friday 10 Saturday 11 Sunday 12 No Broadcasts Men’s Baseball vs. Radford 2:30 p.m. on MCN and WGMU Men’s…

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Parking and Petitions

Students create petition to halt parking prices, Parking Services explains high prices BY NATALIA KOLENKO, CAMPUS NEWS EDITOR   Two students recently released a petition to halt the rise of parking pass prices, one of at least four parking price…

Mason Homecoming events

Happy Homecoming, Patriots! Check out these events planned for the week:   Monday, Feb. 6 6 p.m. Homecoming Parade and Kick-off   Tuesday, Feb. 7 12 p.m. Patriot’s Day of Service 7:30 p.m. Homecoming Groceringo   Wednesday, Feb. 8 12…

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Student Government update

Key Legislation, Discussion and Debates BY RYAN COONEY, STUDENT GOVERNMENT BEAT WRITER Mason’s Student government met Jan. 26 for its weekly meeting in Merten Hall 1201. Key legislation of the day included discussion on Resolution 29, in support of bettering…

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Seniors benefit from graduation regalia donations

Mia Wise, Staff Writer There is a quick fix for one of the biggest headaches of graduation season: purchasing a cap and gown. Now, students can buy reduced-priced graduation regalia donated by Mason alumni. Gowns for Grads is a program that lends donated caps…

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Music Program gives old instruments new life

Basma Humadi, Staff Writer A new outreach program is spreading tunes in a new way by collecting used musical instruments for children and students to give them a second life. Instruments in the Attic, first sprouted in 2007 when Mason alumnus…

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Universities tackle millennial mental health

Rachel Shubin, Staff Writer Many college students struggle with mental health difficulties and diagnoses like anxiety and depression seem to be on the rise. Fortunately, Mason and other Virginia universities are doing their best to tackle this issue. According to Daphne…