Ken Cuccinelli

OPINION: Mason's weapons policies favor criminals, endanger law-abiding students and staff

Students at Mason are probably well aware of the gun ban on campus and in housing, and due to the lack of outrage, it seems that students don’t mind a temporary suspension of their rights in the name of safety. Students may be “ok” with not being allowed to have a gun on campus, but where does it end? What other self-defense tools are not permitted on campus?
Emergency situations can pop up anywhere, anytime. Law can only deter violence and police can only react to it.

2013 Election Overview

With an election precinct at University Hall, voting in the general election has never been easier for Mason students. On Nov. 5, Mason students will be able to vote for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General and the Virginia House of Delegates. To vote, students will need to present valid identification. Acceptable identification includes:

Virginia gubernatorial candidates discuss higher ed issues with students

This year’s gubernatorial candidates took the opportunity to speak with student leaders from across Virginia about higher education issues.

On July 11, candidates spoke with a handful of students in a Google Hangout hosted by Virginia21, a non-profit lobbying group that focuses on higher education issues. The organization’s mission statement is “to educate the leaders of tomorrow by showing them how to make a difference today.”