2012 Fall festivals

There is no better way to celebrate the arrival of fall than by visiting some of the fall festivals taking place in the Fairfax area. Be sure to visit some of these local festivals this autumn to really get in the spirit of the season.

Merten on the selection of Cabrera [WGMU]

George Mason University’s sitting president Alan Merten told WGMU that his successor Angel Cabrera “fits in the mode” of Mason’s accomplishments over the last 40 years, and that he is “encouraged” by Cabrera’s background that is “in many respects” similar to his own.

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.

WGMU's The Morning Breakdown talks with Coach Hewitt

WGMU's The Morning Breakdown had George Mason men's head basketball coach Paul Hewitt on the air Wednesday morning to talk about the team's recent exhibition victory and the upcoming season.

ODU Coach Taylor looks forward to 2011-12 campaign

WGMU's sports talk show, The Morning Breakdown, talked with ODU basketball head coach Blaine Taylor last week about the upcoming season.

Larranaga discusses relationship with Merten, direction of university

Former men's basketball coach Jim Larranaga speaks to his support team during the NCAA tournament game against Villanova. (John Powell)

Andy Zipf and Band to perform in "Sessions" music series

Andy Zipf and Band will be performing tonight in the Student Media office located in “The Hub,” formerly known as Student Building II.

The Last Monarchs to perform in Student Media office

The Last Monarchs will perform this Friday in the new Student Media office in Student Union Building II, now called “the Hub.”

The Last Monarchs who describe themselves as a four piece acoustic indie folk band will be the first in the concert series “Sessions.” The series is sponsored by WGMU and Mason Cable Network and each concert will be filmed by MCN. MCN will then make a music video of each concert.

Mood Indigo wins spot at Mason Day

Mood Indigo beat the competition last week at the MC/DC Mason’s Competition of Dance and Choir, winning a spot to perform at this year's Mason Day. C2M collected footage of the event as Mood Indigo, GM-Unit, the Mason Glee Club and the Early RyzerzZ Crewfound duked it out on stage.

Bands to duke it out for spot at Mason Day

Brought to you by WGMU and Program Board, GM-Unit, Mood Indigo, the Mason Glee Club and Early RyzerzZ Crew will duke it out Friday evening for a chance to perform at this year’s Mason Day.

MC/DC Mason’s Competition of Dance and Choir will be held in the Johnson Center Atrium from 9:30 – 10:30 p.m. where the competing groups will battle for the crowd’s affection.