Jennifer Southee

Student Government candidates hold forum with Mason Police, University Life

A George Mason University Police Department and University Life forum was held on Tuesday and invited students to ask representatives whatever questions they wished. The forum, which was hosted by  Student Body Presidential candidate Ally Bowers and Vice Presidential candidate Jacky Yoo, included speakers such as Sgt. Calvin Chandler, officer Michael Guston and Associate Dean of University Life Todd Rose.

LGBT community gathers for candlelight vigil

Due to strong winds, the LGBT candlelight vigil "Light the Way," on Tuesday had to switch from candles to glow sticks. (Jenna Beaver)

Updated: Nov. 16, 2010

Question Box: Why is there a Confucius statue on campus?

The statue of Confucius (551-479 B.C.), a famous Chinese philosopher and thinker, has stood on Mason’s lawn since April 2008. Donated by the Confucian Academy of China, it stands as a symbol of “friendship and shared values,” according to the plaque on the statue.

Haunted Hanover spooks students

Students participate in the annual Haunted Hanover, a Housing & Residence Life initiative in which Hanover Hall is turned into a haunted house for students to walk through. (Jennifer Southee)