Confucius Institute holds first Language Buddy Event

On Wednesday, Sept. 18, the Confucius Institute at Mason kicked off its first Language Buddy event to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival.

The Confucius Institute often sponsors a variety of events on campus that highlight different aspects of Chinese culture, but this is the first that focuses on student interaction and fellowship.

Students bring back Holi celebration

In collaboration with Student Government and Class Councils, George Mason University’s Indian Student Association is holding Holi Moli, a campus-wide celebration of the Hindu holiday Holi  on March 30. Students are encouraged to celebrate by throwing colored powder on each other.

 “When the executive planning board was figuring out what events we wanted to do this year, Holi was something we wanted to try to bring to campus again,” said Nupur Khullar, Vice President of the Indian Student Association. Mason has not had a Holi celebration in seven years.

WGMU, MCN team up for 'Intimate Concert Series'

WGMU Radio and Mason Cable Network are working together on the "Intimate Concert Series," the media outlets' first series of jointly-held musical performances that will be broadcasted on both WGMU Radio and MCN.

The first concert is Friday, Nov. 18 and features local artist Natalie York.

News schmooze (and cake!) on Thursday

Wondering who writes in Broadside? Or plays your favorite song on WGMU? Or wait, wait...are you curious as to just how gorgeous the folks are who posted this content online?

Don't worry, there's a way quench your curiousity. The Office of Student Media is holding a meet and greet event this Thursday, Dec. 2.