Libertarian candidate for governor visits Mason

The Virginia Governor’s race is heating up between Democrat Terry McAuliffe and Republican Ken Cuccinelli. In order to build awareness about the other options in the election, third party candidate Robert Sarvis visited Mason, where he visited the Honors 131 class of Mason’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Professor Steven Pearlstein and answered questions from students and guests.

Virginia's Lieutenant Governor candidates debate at Mason

Tuesday night at the Arlington campus, the candidates for Virginia’s Lieutenant governor talked higher education, sequestration and mental health among others in their first appearance together and their only debate of the election.

Republican E.W. Jackson and Democrat Ralph Northam took the stage together in Founders Hall to answer debate questions moderated by WUSA reporter Peggy Fox.

Mason debate team reaches #1 ranking

The George Mason University debate team is ranked number one in the nation this season after a successful tournament held on the weekend of Nov. 9.

As of Nov. 19, Mason has 111 total points and 19 tiebreaker points, according to the Cross Examination Debate Association's website.

Mason professors debate on government subsidized education

On Wednesday, Oct. 24, Bryan Caplan and Steven Pearlstein debated at the Johnson Center Cinema about whether the government should stop promoting and subsidizing higher education.

This debate was a follow-up to the flash debate on Wednesday, Oct. 17, that covered the same topic. Both the flash debate and the Johnson Center debate were arranged by the George Mason University Economics Society. 

OPINION: Though Romney outperformed in debate, he failed to capture my vote

To me, it is—frankly—surprising that anyone is undecided in this election.

C2M to host Livestream of Student Government debate

(Click on the play button starting after 5:55 p.m. to start the broadcast.)

Get acquainted with the candidates for next year's Student Government at the debate on Wednesday, March 28 at 6 p.m., livestreamed right here at Connect2Mason. 

Presidential debate to be live streamed

Starting next week students will have the opportunity to vote for next year’s Student Government members.