Fourth Estate Lifestyle Editor Genevieve Hoeler

AFPO teams up with Doc Nix for "Saturday Nite Fever"

The American Festival Pops Orchestra welcomes alumni back with “Saturday Nite Fever” on Oct. 5, 2013 at the Center for the Arts.

AUDIO: Student theater director tackles Pirandello's challenging "Six Characters" play

“Six Characters in Search of an Author” by Luigi Pirandello has intellectually stimulated theater audiences since its first performance in 1921. This weekend from Oct. 3 to Oct. 6, the Mason Players will be sharing this play with the Mason community as its first piece presented in its 2013-2014 season. 

Fall for the Blog: Lifestyle staff prepares for upcoming book festival

Fourth Estate follows events of the Fifteenth Annual Fall for the Book Festival through Fall for the Blog.

The Lifestyle Staff at Fourth Estate eagerly anticipates the upcoming Fall for the Book festival at Mason.

Let’s Talk: Tyler Cowen and the Study of Women in the Arts

This is a first of a series profiling George Mason professors and their current and/or past work.

Mason improv group enters third year of performances

Two George Mason University students interested in pursuing a career in comedy and helping others do the same, Paul Laudiero and Maxie Morales, decided to start an improvisation club in the fall of 2010 called M.I.A., the Mason Improv Association. The group started as a place where students of any major and interest could come and learn about long form improv for an evening. The performances received a lot of attention around campus and have only grown since then.

Mason professor's art gives slavery victims a voice

George Mason University’s Fairfax Campus is bedecked with dozens of art pieces, some permanent and some as temporary as the students who pass by them. These works come from both professional and faculty artists as well as aspiring students, giving Patriots free and open access to all types of art.