New university policy regulates campus utility vehicles

The many golf carts zipping around campus are now being officially regulated for the first time thanks to the new University Policy 1131. The new policy, enacted earlier this month, covers the use of motorized utility vehicles (MUVs) on campus, including golf carts. MUVs, which are plentiful at  Mason, are vehicles that are not licensed by the State and not intended for road use. The policy covers the purchase, operation and maintenance of MUVs on campus.  

OPINION: We cannot afford more of Cuccinelli's anti-woman policies

On Sep. 25, the Center for American Progress released a report about Republican gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli’s record of supporting legislation that hurts Virginia women.

This includes (but is not limited to) support of bills that would limit Virginia women’s access to reproductive health care, sponsoring state funding of faith-based crisis pregnancy centers that are not required by law to provide medically accurate information and pushing for trivial regulations on women’s clinics that have already forced several in Virginia to close their doors.

Gun rights group brings push to North Plaza [VIDEO]

Both pro- and anti-gun groups visited campus Wednesday. (Jake McLernon)

The Virginia Citizens Defense League joined students on Wednesday to protest university policy on carrying firearms on campus.