C2M Senior News Editor Yasmin Tadjdeh

Off-campus students take over George's

Students study in the Off-Campus Students Lounge in George's on Monday. (Jenna Beaver)

Top 10 funniest kid videos [DECEMBER DIVERSION]

Funny videos? Yes, please! Funny videos of kids? Even better!

For Connect2Mason's second December Diversion, we've collected our top 10 favorite funny YouTube videos featuring kids. From classics such as "I Don't Like You Mommy" to lesser known video clips, we hope you can blow off a little steam by laughing at these youngsters.

Students raise $1,400 for cancer research

A group of George Mason University students in the Management 463 “Negotiations in Organizations” class were able to collect $1,400 dollars for cancer research at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

The members, Ben Welicka, Sammy Kassim and Maryann Shih, all senior management majors, were assigned a charity to assist as part of the class and through campaigning organizations and businesses, were able to collect $1,300 from just GMU groups.

Students unite, bringing HIV awareness to campus

In commeration of HIV Awareness Week, AIDS memorial quilts were put on display in the Johnson Center. (George Yanez) 

Students get a taste of poverty at hunger banquet

Students participating in Hunger and Homelessness Action Week were able to get a taste of what poverty is like this past Thursday.

Hunger and Homelessness Action Week kicks off

Hunger and Homelessness Action Week kicked off yesterday with a brown bag meal packing event. Throughout the rest of the week, the Mason community will be able to participate in events that highlight what it means to be homeless. (George Yanez) 

VoxPop Rocks! to debut at Mason

VoxPop Rocks!, the latest installment of the Office of Student Media’s magazine, hits Mason today. The magazine looks to guide readers into the elaborate music scene of the Washington, D.C. metro region. From music venues, to bands, to interviews, VoxPop Rocks! touches on the growing community of musicians and artists in George Mason University’s backyard.

Fire burnin', fire burnin' in the fake dorm

Fires in dormitories are rare occasions, but for students in President’s Park a mock dorm burn showed the reality of such an event.

The Environmental Health and Safety Office celebrated their Life Safety Fair, and with it came their annual dorm burn, on Monday. The mock dorm room was lit ablaze to show how quickly a fire can begin and consume a room.