Tag: stress

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…

Dear Ivy

Ivy helps a student who has a crush on their floormate BY BROOKE LEWITAS, STAFF WRITER Dear Ivy, There is a person on my floor I have had a crush on for most of the year. Let’s call them C….

Failure is an Amazing Tool

BY SUMMER BROWN, STAFF WRITER Oh midterms … a lovely section of our time here at Mason to remind us that we are still indeed students and that we still need to strive for the best. I consider this one of…