Mason Student Government

Mason community lobbies for greater support from state legislators

In an effort to push state officials for more funding, members of the Mason community traveled to Richmond on Jan. 30 to discuss the importance of higher education with members of the General Assembly.

Letter to the Editor: Mason to lobby for greater funding

On Thursday, January 30, 2014, more than one hundred members of the George Mason community will travel down to the state capitol in Richmond, Virginia, for Mason Lobbies 2014. Mason Lobbies is a day of advocacy where students, faculty, staff, alumni, and administration join together to collectively advocate for Mason as “One Institution with One Voice.” The initiative was started last year with the goal of demonstrating the important investment that is George Mason University.

Student senators resolve to promote inclusion, acceptance between campus organizations

At their meeting on Oct. 3, the Mason Student Senate passed a resolution addressing inclusion, acceptance, free speech and expression among Registered Student Organizations at Mason.

The resolution, to “nurture an environment of inclusion and acceptance, as well as the rights to free speech and expression, between registered student organizations,” is authored by Student Senators Aaron Yohai, Iqra Kapadia and Khushboo Bhatia.

Student government continues work on student bill of rights

Since the start of fall semester, Mason Student Government has been busy with numerous projects, the largest of which is the completion of a student bill of rights, pioneered by the attorney general.

Student government leaders present visions at inaugural ceremony

At the ceremonial inauguration for the incoming student government, Student Body President Jordan Foster and Vice President Samantha Wettasinghe spoke about their visions for the upcoming year.