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How to “DeStress” during Finals Week at Mason

Taylor Wichtendahl, Staff Writer It’s that time of year — stress is so high on campus that you can feel it in the air. Finals season is here, and Mason is prepared to help us handle the stress. This semester’s annual DeStress…

As Autumn progresses, temperatures remain high

  (Photo by Claire Cecil, Fourth Estate) Issmar Ventura, Staff Writer This year, it seems as if Mother Nature has decided to extend the warm breezes of summer into the autumn season. Many Mason students are enjoying this change, but for others,…

Students can outsource notes for profit with Luvo

Rachel Shubin, Staff Writer In today’s world, everything from taxes to computer programming is outsourced. Outsourcing can be a great way to get jobs done when there is not enough time to complete everything on one’s to-do list. Lately college…

Transportation for the holidays: Mason style

Taylor Wichtendahl, Staff Writer Thanksgiving break is coming up, and Mason has plenty of options for students to get home easily, including University shuttles, carpooling, Zimride and others. Shuttles will be offered from Mason to Dulles Airport and numerous cities, which include in-state locations…

Weekend Suggestions Nov. 20-22

Kelsey Davidson, Staff Writer On-Campus “Peter Pan: The Boy Who Hated Mothers” This performance will be taking place in Theater Space at the Performing Arts Building November 20-22 at 8 p.m. The show is a take on J.M. Barrie’s novel “The Little…

Students learn Vampire 101

Mia Wise, Staff Writer Many students arrive at college looking forward to finally being able to study the things that interest them. For students with a fascination for human-like, bloodthirsty monsters, this upcoming spring semester at Mason is sure to bring a ‘biting’ thrill. This spring, Mason’s…

Students Form College Diabetes Network Chapter

Basma Humadi, Staff Writer November is not just a month dedicated to sweater weather, falling leaves and unshaven beards: it’s also Diabetes Awareness Month. This fall, a group of Mason students formed a chapter of the College Diabetes Network (CDN), a national organization with…

Mason ‘Signs’ On New ASL Program

Savannah Norton, Lifestyle Editor The College of Education and Human Development recently announced that there will be a new three-semester sequence of American Sign Language (ASL) courses that fulfill the foreign language requirements for Bachelor’s of Arts (BA) students. ASL…

Mason Love Week spreads compassion, raises awareness

Tatyana White-Jenkins, Assistant Lifestyle Editor Mason celebrated Love Week, a week dedicated to raising funds and awareness for a country in need, from November 9-13. This year, Cambodia was the country of choice. GMU Love Week was started six years ago and…