The Goddess Diaries voices the true stories of real women


October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Mason’s Women and Gender Studies department alongside the Theater Department are sponsoring the 4th annual production of The Goddess Diaries compiled and written by Carol Lee Campbell.

OPINION: Power and femininity are not mutually exclusive

During my senior year of high school, I was required to write a research paper on the topic of my choice. I chose a subject regarding the expression of feminism in America. I focused on situations in which women took over a more masculine role than was traditional, such as in the popular musical “Chicago,” where the women murder their significant others. As I reflect on that paper, I realize that I do not agree with my previous viewpoint on what constituted feminism. Being a feminist is not synonymous with acting like a man.

Review: Season 2 of HBO's "Girls" continues to stay true to its core themes

“And all the roads we have to walk are winding… and all the lights that lead us there are blinding… There are many things I would like to say to you but I don’t know how…” The lyrics to “Wonder Wall” by Oasis, which closed this week's fourth episode of HBO's "Girls" could not speak any truer to its main themes. Four episodes into the second season that began on Sunday Jan.

Mason Police hope to combat sexual assault with defense classes

Rubi X. Chavez, a Mason graduate, demonstrates self-defense techniques against Lt. Kevin Barrett, an officer with the GMUPD, Tuesday Sept 28 at a gym on campus. She took a previous RAD class as a member of the GMUPD Police Cadet Program. (Antonieta Rico)