A night of folk music supports Invisible Children efforts

On Oct. 17, 2013, George Mason University’s chapter of the non-profit Invisible Children (ICGMU) hosted their fourth annual Folk Festival. The event was $5 to non-Mason students and free to Mason students with a valid student ID.

OPINION: Universities should explore the possibility of requiring community service hours

As a kid growing up in the suburbs of Maryland, one thing constantly loomed over me—Student Service Learning, or time spent volunteering in the community. We were required to complete at least 75 hours to graduate high school. I remember wondering how I could ever accomplish 75 whole hours of volunteer work. In the pursuit of SSL hours, I trained to work at a therapeutic horseback riding center for a summer.

Dewberry donates $1 million to engineering school

Lloyd Griffiths announced the gift March 9 at an engineering school event. (Jake McLernon)

The Dean of the Volgenau School of Engineering announced last week a $1 million gift for the university’s growing civil engineering department.