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Brett Kavanaugh Hired as Professor at Antonin Scalia Law School

Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh to become a visiting professor at Mason’s law school BY LAUREN SULLIVAN, INVESTIGATIVE EDITOR AND DANA NICKEL, NEWS EDITOR According to an anonymous source within Mason’s Office of the Provost, Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh…

Mixing Politics With Comedy

BY JACE WHITE, STAFF WRITER At some point in 2015, a younger and more impressionable me watched a video produced by Last Week Tonight with John Oliver called “Ayn Rand: How is this still a thing?” In under four minutes,…

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…

“Reproductive justice is education justice”

Student Power educates students on inequalities in virginia schools By Dana Nickel, Staff Writer Student Power, a grassroots student organization on campus, worked with an organization called Reproaction to organize and host an event, “Reproductive Justice is Education Justice,” at…

Women’s athletics panel

Discussion Focused on Issues for Female Coaches in College Sports By Isabella LaMagdeleine, Staff Writer Mason’s Division of Sport, Recreation and Tourism hosted the “Breaking Gender Roles: Women Coaching Men” symposium with a panel of  women’s coaches in Merten Hall…

Capitals raise funds for Broncos

D.C.’s hockey team fundraised for Canadian hockey team after tragedy By Domenic Allegra, Staff Writer The Washington Capitals hosted a fundraiser on Thursday, April 12, to help the victims of the Humboldt Broncos crash. The Humboldt Broncos, a Canadian hockey…

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…

Body cameras for Mason Police

Program is expected to start before fall 2018 By Abigail Adcox, Staff Writer The Mason Police Department recently acquired 28 body cameras that will soon be worn by patrol officers on all shifts. According to Chief of Police Carl Rowan,…