More than 1,000 people across the Mason community are expected to collaborate on service projects for the initiative—more than twice the number from last year.
School of Theater students Lorena Berger and Briana Ortiz will perform in the play “From Prison to Stage” this Saturday at the Kennedy Center.
Warner will visit Mason on Thursday, Sept. 4, in the Back Ballroom of the HUB from 5:15 to 6:30 p.m.
The private national scholarship fund helps undocumented students attend college.
The volunteers manning the booths love telling people where to go.
More than 100 students, faculty and staff indulged in the popular Welcome Week activity.
After two years, Mason’s beloved Ike’s returns amid other new dining options on the Fairfax Campus.
On the first day of classes, Mason’s Black Student Alliance led an “I Am Mike Brown” “hands-up” walk to the George Mason statue for brief remarks and a moment of silence followed by small-group discussions.
Mason alumna Dianna Russini has built her career into her dream job.
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The first half of 2014 was a prime example of how the familiar backdrop of sports can spur discussion on weighty societal issues, says Chris Elzey, a term assistant professor in the History and Art History Department and co-director of the Center for the Study of Sport and Leisure in Society.
Mason’s own parking expert Josh Cantor gives some car prep advice to college students.
Mason epidemiologist Kathryn H. Jacobsen of the Department of Global and Community Health talks about the resources needed to tackle the Ebola epidemic.
Kathryn H. Jacobsen, associate professor for epidemiology at the Department of Global and Community Health at George Mason University weighs in on the reason why many West Africans won’t get tested for the deadly Ebola virus.