Fourth Estate Print Lifestyle Editor Sara Moniuszko
On March 8-11, George Mason University’s School of Dance will host the annual mid-Atlantic regional conference of the American College Dance Festival Association.
Students and faculty of the School of Dance will welcome over 500 participants from 20 different schools from all over the mid-Atlantic region.
On Feb. 22 and 23, The Mark Morris Dance Group entertained audiences with their performance at Mason’s Concert Hall.
The Mark Morris Dance Group is a New York-based dance company that has an impressive history of international involvement.
Under the artistic direction of Mark Morris, dancers gave a performance that was colorful, creative and fun.
Students, professors, and faculty alike have to deal with the constantly fluctuating snowy spell that has fallen upon Mason. With below freezing temperatures and frigid wind chill, it is important to stay warm while walking around campus. Here are some winter clothing essentials and tips to turn your wardrobe from warm to totally toasty.
Many students have heard about the Chinese New Year, but the Vietnamese and other cultures also celebrate the Lunar New Year, which is the beginning of a new year based on the lunar calendar.
On Jan. 29, Mason’s Vietnamese Student Association celebrated the Lunar New Year with cultural food, traditional games and New Year’s crafts.
The Vietnamese New Year, or Tết, is an important cultural holiday to Vietnamese families which typically involves three days of celebration.