Cabrera addresses students' concerns in recent AMA

Among recent efforts to engage students with the GMU faculty, the George Mason University sub-reddit featured an AMA on Friday, April 19 hosted by President Ángel Cabrera.

Cabrera to hold online discussion with students

President Cabrera will hold an "Ask-Me-Anything" on George Mason's sub-reddit on April 19 (photo courtesy of GMU sub-reddit).

On April 19, President Ángel Cabrera will hold an online discussion with students through an "Ask-Me-Anything" session on George Mason University's sub-reddit. 

Students can ask any questions from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m.

The sub-reddit group has hosted previous AMA's with Fairfax County Supervisor John Cook and Josh Cantor, director of transportation and parking services for the university.

County supervisor to hold online discussion with students

Supervisor John Cook will hold an online discussion with students on March 7 (photo courtesy of Fairfax County). 

George Mason University’s representative on the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors will hold an online discussion with students through Mason’s subreddit.

John Cook, who was first elected to the board of supervisors in 2009, will answer students’ questions on March 7, between 2:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.

Students create booming Mason cyber culture

Over the past year, George Mason University has gained national recognition  and developed a more engaged student body. Now, Mason’s cyber community is taking the internet by storm.

Parking Services director answers students' questions on Reddit

Last week, Josh Cantor, director of parking and transportation, answered students’ questions in an online forum on the website Reddit. Questions focused on the high cost of parking and future plans of expansion.