C2M Managing Editor Adam Sylvain

Baird to sing anthem at Nationals game

Baird said he’s not sure what specific game he will be performing at, but he’s looking forward to the opportunity to sing in front of a crowd of 20,000 to 30,000 people at Nationals Park in D.C.

Mason ‘throws its hat’ into national program to help wounded soldiers

Hats are being sold in the Johnson Center bookstore to support wounded soldiers and Mason Athletics. Royalties will be split for the hats as part of a national program originally conceived at the University of New Hampshire.

New housing selection process incentivizes group selection

The Office of Housing and Residence Life is implementing a new housing selection process this semester which incentivizes group selection, ends room retention and partially changes how seniority operates in the process.

‘Major announcement’ set following special BOV vote Thursday

The BOV announced Monday a special meeting set for this week. (Screenshot)

George Mason University’s Board of Visitors will hold a meeting Thursday, Dec. 15 that will include a vote on an action that will “significantly impact the future of the institution.”

Merten Scholars to be selected from ‘exceptional Virginians’

Outstanding Virginian applicants will be eligible for the recently-announced annual four-year, full-ride scholarship named in honor of President Alan Merten and his wife Sally.

Toasters' 'propensity to create fires' results in ban

Toasters and toaster ovens have been deemed unsafe for all on-campus residences. The new safety policy regarding open-heating elements now applies to both residences with and without kitchens.

Mason takes part in 'Remembrance Day National Roll Call,' honoring military members

Members of the Mason community gathered in the Johnson Center Friday to take part in the Remembrance Day National Roll Call, reciting the names of 6,313 military men and women who have died serving their nation.

UPDATE: Gun rights and 'General Assembly' protests scheduled for Wednesday

The "GMU General Assembly" will be holding a protest in the North Plaza area, outside of the Johnson Center, on Wednesday. (Jake McLernon)

UPDATE: Name of demonstration clarified

5 Halloween events happening this weekend

This flier posted in the HUB advertises one of several Halloween events happening on campus this weekend. (Adam Sylvain).

Earlier this week, on our Facebook page, C2M asked the Mason community where the best campus Halloween parties and festivities would be taking place this weekend.

GOP front-runner Mitt Romney speaks to Fairfax County residents

GOP presidential front-runner Mitt Romney, speaks to Fairfax County residents at a rally outside the Fairfax County Republican Committee headquarters.