TEDxGeorgeMasonU “Revival” and Recap

After months of planning and collaboration, the re-scheduled TEDxGeorgeMasonU spring conference was hosted in Dewberry Hall on September 10. With great patience and organization, the board of members crafted a remarkable conference that embodied the idea of “Revival”, referring to both the event and the conversations enveloped within the afternoon meeting. Several students and faculty … Continue reading TEDxGeorgeMasonU “Revival” and Recap

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Dr. Graziella McCarron Recognized With Online Course Excellence Award

FAIRFAX, VA | September 6, 2017 The Office of Digital Learning (ODL) congratulates Dr. Graziella Pagliarulo McCarron for being the recipient of the Online Course Excellence Award. She is praised for her virtual course INTS 204: Leadership Theory and Practice, which impressed reviewers in ODL’s open call for portfolios earlier this Spring. Dr. McCarron is … Continue reading Dr. Graziella McCarron Recognized With Online Course Excellence Award

Former VP Joe Biden Leads “It’s On Us” Campaign At Mason

FAIRFAX,VA – On Wednesday, April 26, Former Vice President of the United States Joe Biden stopped by George Mason University in a deliberate campaign to end sexual violence across all college campuses. Rose Pascarell, Vice President of University Life, made the announcement on April 20 about Biden’s arrival and Mason’s mission to end sexual assault: “Mason has made eradicating sexual … Continue reading Former VP Joe Biden Leads “It’s On Us” Campaign At Mason

Dan Steinberg on Sports Writing Today

From a first impression, Steinberg was stiff, tired, yet avid about his career pursuits and tightknit schedule. The night before, he drafted articles regarding the SuperBowl. Hours after his presentation to the class, he was required to cover the Wizards game at the Verizon Center. Though his expressions were slightly fatigued, his determined composure and … Continue reading Dan Steinberg on Sports Writing Today

DC Metro Adding More Trains For Saturday’s Women’s March On Washington

DC Metro has confirmed that they will be adding more trains to accommodate the expected hundreds attending this Saturday's Women's March on Washington. The metro will be opening two hours earlier, starting at 5am, to make travelling more efficient and safe for the planned thousands protesting. Dozens of trains will be added to the Red … Continue reading DC Metro Adding More Trains For Saturday’s Women’s March On Washington