Tag: housing

Roommate Troubles? No Problem!

BY SUMMER BROWN, STAFF WRITER I remember my mother always said that two individuals can get along easily while living in separate households, but once you put them together they’re like two completely different people. I’ve noticed that this is…

Dear Ivy

Ivy helps a student figure out off-campus housing BY TRAVIS MCMILLAN, STAFF WRITER Dear Ivy, So my problem isn’t relationship-related and there isn’t any drama within my friend group, but I wanted to write to you to ask for your…

Upperclassmen Housing Not Guaranteed

Problems with on-campus housing continue into 2019 BY IZZ LAMAGDELEINE, COPY CHIEF After senior communication major Madeline Powell applied for on-campus housing last year, she received an email from the department responsible for accommodating the “more than 6,500 current Mason…

Resident Advisors

Resident Advisors Come to GMU Korea

A Liaison that Connects Students and the University BY JIN SEONG CHOI, ASSOCIATE EDITOR Twelve student staff members have been newly appointed by the Office of Student Affairs for the Fall 2018 semester in order to enhance the overall life quality…

A not so tiny movement

By Nancy Nyamaa, Contributor The demand for eco-friendly tiny houses is on the rise due to the lifestyle’s affordability, as demonstrated by shows such as “Tiny House Hunters” on HGTV. Tiny houses are typically 80 to 600 square-feet and are…

How Mason pays for campus construction

If funds can’t be raised, tuition and housing costs may go up By Isabella Lamagdeleine, Staff Writer With massive construction projects planned for the next several years, Mason administration officials have plans to make sure the university does not overextend…

The search for on-campus housing

STUDENTS SCRAMBLE FOR ROOMS AS MANY LOSE HOUSING GUARANTEE By Lauren Sullivan, Staff Writer The search is on. Mason students are scrambling for off-campus housing following an email saying all seniors are waitlisted for on-campus housing. On Friday, Feb. 9,…

Mason Substance Abuse Recovery Housing: A Chance for “Innovation”

By Kaelyn Vitale, Internal Communications, Roosevelt at Mason Since 2015, opioids have killed more people than car crashes or gun violence in Virginia, according to a report by the Richmond Times-Dispatch. Republican Delegate Jason Mirayes introduced a rather progressive bill proposing a way…

Water line damage causes flooding in Northern Neck

Flooding began Friday night; residents relocated to other dorms On the night of March 18, water flooded Northern Neck residence hall. Zachary Pope, director of University Life Safety and Emergency Management, said via email this was due to “a coupling…