Tag: stress

A S-Painful Experience

BY KAYLYN MATIS, STAFF WRITER On my first day in Madrid, Spain, I got off the plane and got into a taxi to go to my host family’s house. I had no idea where I was going and had been…

Your First “F” Isn’t A Fail

BY SYDNEY JOHNSON, STAFF WRITER Ah, yes. That gut-wrenching feeling you get when you look around at everyone getting their tests handed back to them in class and hear different waves of sighs, groans and slamming of papers on desks…

Freshmen, You Got This!

BY SUMMER BROWN, STAFF WRITER The first couple of weeks of college are done. For some, it is the very first weeks of college in their life and for others it’s been the same old, same old. Upperclassmen? You have…

Aid For 16 Credits Affects Many

How Mason provides financial aid for tuition credits BY IZZ LAMAGDELEINE ASSISTANT CULTURE EDITOR Nelly Solares did not receive any aid from Mason when the credit cap changed from 16 to 15 credits. The sophomore music education student is not…

Money? A Monstrous Battle With Tuition

How can I get out of this mess? BY IZZ LAMAGDELEINE ASSISTANT, CULTURE EDITOR It’s the Wednesday of the week I’m supposed to go back to Mason. This year, I’m a junior. I am the Assistant Culture Editor of the newspaper…

Credit Change Affects Many

Students at Mason speak out against tuition cap BY IZZ LAMAGDELEINE, CONTRIBUTOR On April 29, 2019, an email addressed to the Mason community was sent on behalf of the Office of the Provost. It discussed proposals about to be brought…

The Balance of Mental Health

BY SUSAN KATHERINE CORKRAN, STAFF WRITER I think there’s something almost soothing in naming fears. The  Greek classifications of the myriad of phobias from which countless human beings have suffered places those fears in the same realms as the monsters of…