ANNOUNCEMENT: Merger between C2M and Broadside

Connect2Mason and Broadside are happy to announce a merger under a single name, Fourth Estate. Watch the video to learn more about the new organization, and read about some of the history behind the name below.

Kettler gains experience, confidence while at NCAA Wrestling Championships

Two losses ended sophomore heavyweight Jake Kettler’s long trip to the NCAA tournament.

In the preliminary round Kettler lost to Indiana University’s Adam Chalfant. This moved him to the consolation bracket, which pitted him against Dan Scherer from Stanford University.

Mason Day 2012 recap [BROADSIDE]+[VIDEO]

(Videos by C2M Photo and Video Editor Jake McLernon)

Republished from April 30, 2012 Broadside

The 47th annual Mason Day was a success despite the chily weather and the threat of rain.

Baird delivers crowd-pleasing anthem

With almost 9,800 pairs of eyes pointed his way, Jordan Baird, junior music major and walk-on for George Mason University’s basketball team, opened the Homecoming game with the national anthem.

Future of farmers market remains uncertain

Despite previous success, the future of the farmers market returning to the Fairfax Campus of George Mason University is uncertain.

Spots remain open in Student Government election

Student Government currently has 23 candidates running for 30 open positions for next year's Senate. As a result, due to a lack of competition, these candidates will all automatically win their election bids. 

Read more on Broadside Online.

International Week causes unrest among students

As students prepare for International Week, some are angered by the flag policy of the University.

Read more about it on Broadside online.

Blackboard mobile coming soon to Sprint users

Starting in the fall, Sprint users will be able to download Blackboard Mobile. 

The service, which will allow users extensive functionality, is not available for other phone carriers besides Sprint. Although the app can be found in the iPhone and Android markets, it will not work unless the user is on a Sprint phone.

One anticipated feature of the app will allow professors to take photographs with their cell phones and immediately post it to their Blackboard page.

Students sign petition to hyperinflate dollar

The above video was shot by members of the Mason Students for