Spring into a box of tissues

Kelsey Davidson, Staff Writer As spring slowly arrives, moods improve alongside the weather. But for some, the warmer weather brings something a little less cheerful: spring allergies. The stuffy nose (or runny), watery and itchy eyes, headaches and the constant sneezing are about to arrive. “Spring time allergies really suck. They are the worse and I […]

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Mason Takes on Korea

This story was originally published in the Feb. 23 issue of Fourth Estate. Jevette Brown, Staff Writer With a reputation for innovation to uphold, Mason continues to make major strides forward that prove we deserve our top five position in “Up-and-Coming Institutions” as reported by U.S. News and World Report’s annual survey. One of these […]

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Food pantry to address student homelessness

This story was originally published in the Feb. 9 issue of Fourth Estate. A storage closet in Sub 1 was converted into a Pop Up Pantry to help homeless and financially unstable students. The closet houses supplies such as non-perishable food, hygiene items, coats and blankets. The Pop Up Pantry was started by graduate student […]

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What students should know about new ridesharing legislation

This story was originally published in the Feb. 09 issue of Fourth Estate. For the last year, the state of Virginia has been a point of tension and confusion over Transportation Network Companies. Now that debate continues as legislation is going to increase regulations on TNC’s, better known as ride-sharing companies like Uber and Lyft.  […]

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Mason Offers New Aviation Minor For Future Pilots

For the first time this fall, George Mason University students have the opportunity to pursue aviation studies and gain knowledge necessary to become a pilot. The new Aviation Flight Training and Management minor is now available through Mason’s engineering program. The 15 credit minor allows students to study topics including airport design, Human psychology and […]

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