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Women’s Basketball Star Goes Professional Overseas

By Tyler Byrum, Contributor While Moore is still trying to find his footing, Bridget O’Donnell had an opportunity open up for her overseas. Over the summer the 6’6″ center signed a professional contract with a team in the Czech Republic….

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Meet your new Student Government

Student body president and vice president announced BY LAUREN SULLIVAN   A week filled with social media campaigning and sidewalks filled with chalk for Student Government elections came to an end April 11 when the Office of Student Involvement announced…

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Newly elected Student Government senators announced

Name, votes received Brendan Sullivan – 510 Kiera Johnson – 507 Caitlin Lively – 476 Eric Nielsen – 439 Zhiwei Lei – 430 Emily Sexauer – 417 Katlyn Weiser – 381 Davide Genoese-Zerbi – 373 Andrew Post – 345 Nicholas…

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The rise of student health care

Student Health Advisory Board looks to help at Mason BY RYAN COONEY, STAFF WRITER   The Student Health Advisory Board met for the first time Jan. 24, following a two-year process that involved Mason students, faculty and administrators. Dedicated to…

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Student Government update

Key Legislation, Discussion and Debates BY RYAN COONEY, STUDENT GOVERNMENT BEAT WRITER Student government met Feb. 2 for its weekly meeting in Merten Hall 1201. Key legislation of the day included discussion on Resolution 29, which sought to establish a…

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Student Government update

BY RYAN COONEY, STUDENT GOVERNMENT BEAT WRITER The student government met for its weekly meeting Nov. 10 in Merten Hall 1201. Key legislation of the day would include the passing of Resolution 14, in support of open source textbooks; Resolution…

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Student Government update

BY RYAN COONEY, STUDENT GOVERNMENT BEAT WRITER On Oct. 20, Mason’s Student Senate met for its weekly meeting in Merten Hall Room 1201. Key legislation of the day included the support and funding of Lunch with a Dean, the approval…

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Student Government votes to recognize Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Yesterday, Student Senate passed legislation that formally asks the university to no longer recognize Columbus Day and, instead, start celebrating Indigenous Peoples’ Day. Resolution 13, called “A Resolution to Urge the University to Reconstitute Columbus Day as Indigenous Peoples’ Day,” passed by…