Tag: on-campus

Off-Campus Housing Issues

What students moving off-campus should know BY IZZ LAMAGDELEINE COPY CHIEF As finding space on-campus is a problem for many Mason students, living off-campus in their own apartment or room is an attractive alternative. With 652 students seen last semester in…

Why parking is still a problem

A CLOSER LOOK AT THE PARKING BUDGET AND HOW CONSTRUCTION AFFECTS STUDENTS By Abigail Adcox, Staff Writer Why does it cost so much to park at Mason, and why is it so hard to find a spot? The Fairfax campus…

Chipotle Arrives at Mason

OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK, STUDENTS CAN EAT BURRITOS AND MORE AT THE JOHNSON CENTER FOOD COURT By Basma Humadi, Assistant Lifestyle Editor Chipotle opens on campus Thursday, Jan. 18, at 10:45 a.m just in time to feed hungry students this…

Welcome2Mason

A MONT OF PATRIOT PRIDE AND ENTERTAINMENT By Moira Snyder, Contributor Snyder is a local high school senior who is interested in pursuing journalism as a career, and is considering George Mason University as her next step in achieving higher…

On-campus living numbers continue to rise at Mason

(Credit: Megan Zendek/Fourth Estate) Even though more students choose off-campus living, the residential population is growing each year by Issmar Ventura For the 2015-2016 school year, Mason saw an increase of approximately 250 students living on campus, in comparison to…

Next freshman class will be required to live on campus

(Photo credit: Pam Phan/Fourth Estate) Freshmen will be required to live on campus starting in the fall of 2016. David Burge, vice president of Enrollment Management, and Rose Pascarell, vice president of University Life, have announced that the next class…