Spots remain open in Student Government election

Student Government currently has 23 candidates running for 30 open positions for next year's Senate. As a result, due to a lack of competition, these candidates will all automatically win their election bids. 

Read more on Broadside Online.

International Week causes unrest among students

As students prepare for International Week, some are angered by the flag policy of the University.

Read more about it on Broadside online.

Young Money crew to appear at Icons

Following a performance at the Verizon Center, member's of Lil Wayne's Young Money Entertainment crew will be at Fairfax's Icons Sports Lounge and Grille on Sunday evening. Members Mack Maine, Gudda Gudda, Jae Millz and Cory Gunz will be present.

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University Hall to open doors on May 15

University Hall, the near-completed building next to Rappahannock River Parking Deck, will officially open its doors on May 15. Some administrators and offices will, however, have moved in earlier.

Mason fighting illegal downloads

The George Mason University’s Copyright Resources Office is fighting an ongoing battle against illegal downloading on campus. The office uses internet bots to locate students who download from piracy websites through Mason computers and networks.

Students race for healthy relationships

Taking place on the George Mason University Prince William Campus, runners gathered before 7 a.m. on Saturday to participate in the 2011 No Fear in Love 6-mile race.

Mason professor wins state award

The 2011 Virginia Outstanding Faculty Award, the highest honor for faculty members teaching at the state’s universities and colleges, will go to George Mason University psychology professor Eden King. 

Mason Alert system undergoes changes

Following an evaulation, The Mason Alert system will now only send emergency information to subscribers. 

The system, which timeliness been criticized in the past, will no longer send updates about traffic, events or other breaking news subscriptions that users were previously able to opt in for such as CNN breaking news alerts. The system will now only send information that is immediately pertinent to the health and safety of subscribers.