C2M Staff Reporter Avery Powell

A campus holiday tour

C2M- Holiday Campus Tour from Raul Rosado on Vimeo.

The weather is colder, the malls are full, and there are lights everywhere – that means the holiday season is here once again.

Top five holiday dates to cap the semester

As finals wind down and the holidays approach, it’s the perfect time to organize a holiday date to awe that special someone. Take a look at these top five holiday date ideas here in the D.C. area that are affordable, but still might get you that kiss under the mistletoe.


5. Getting Cozy

Student lobbying group petition calls for increase in financial aid in VA

Virginia21, a bipartisan student lobbying group based in Richmond, Va., is working with student government this semester to encourage students to sign a petition calling for an increase in financial aid in Virginia. The group also asks students to share their own experiences with debt.

Students gather, Russell Brand a 'no-show' at pre-party event in his honor

Students gathered at Corner Pocket Thursday night for a "pre-party" event before Russell Brand's stand-up show. (Jake McLernon)

Panel addresses moral and ethical questions involved in Penn State scandal

Members of the Mason community gathered Tuesday, Nov. 15, for a panel discussion on the sexual abuse scandal that has received national media coverage and shaken the Penn State University community to its core in recent weeks.

Communication Department to hold symposium, exposing students to jobs in the field

The Communication Department will host a symposium in the Edward Meese Conference room with professionals and public policy experts talking about jobs in the communication field. (Jake McLernon)

Mason department works to ‘streamline the process’ of academic advising

George Mason University’s Department of Government and International Politics is issuing a new advising policy this semester, incorporating an entire system of faculty and staff rather than one faculty advisor for the department.

Mason to hold 14th Amendment discussion in observance of Constitution Day

In observance of Constitution Day, celebrated nationwide on Friday, Sept. 16, Mason is hosting a discussion on the 14th Amendment on Monday, Sept. 19, in Lecture Hall, Room 1, on the Fairfax campus.