Tag: technology

Rebranding the Prince William campus

This story was originally published in the April 27 print issue. Last week, Mason’s Prince William Campus was renamed the Science and Technology Center at George Mason University.  Va. Governor Terry McAuliffe came to an official ribbon cutting ceremony last Thursday,…

10 apps for student survival

Ashley Cook, Staff Writer Whether you are dreaming of summer plans or simply trying to make it through fast approaching midterms, there is an app to fit your desired need. From studying on the go to budgeting your money, there…

New iPhone case that connects via magnet created at Mason

Two members of George Mason University’s Innovation Lab have created a smartphone case designed as a sleeve to wear on the arm in which the phone attaches to the sleeve magnetically. OnYou is a smartphone case designed by Scott Bauer,…

Mason email login to change later this semester

Mason students, faculty and staff will no longer be able to log in to their Masonlive email with their school assigned NetID and password starting later this semester. There are currently two ways to access Mason email: Patriot Pass, with…

Photo Galley: Geek Week

Geek Week events are taking place through Friday, Oct. 10. Photos from: Superhero Happy Hour included refreshments and tables of materials to decorate masks and make capes. Technical Challenge will be a week long program in which teams of four students work…

Students change passwords due to systems instrusion

The IT department asked students to change their passwords earlier this month in response to a system intrusion. According to Marlyn Smith, vice president of Mason’s information technology unit, the intrusion compromised about 4,400 social security numbers. The intrusion affected mostly…