Archive for May, 2005

Triumph and Disappointment in Mason Sports

May 31, 2005

George Mason senior Marc Kellman advanced to the NCAA Men’s Outdoor Track and Field Championships for the second consecutive season after finishing third in the finals of the triple jump at the NCAA East Region Championships held Saturday at Icahn Stadium on Randall’s Island, N.Y.

Picture This…

May 31, 2005

CS Partners Day

This Month in the Community…

May 31, 2005

Following are members of the George Mason community who made presentations to community groups in May as part of the University Speakers Bureau. For more information on participating in the Speakers Bureau, call 703-993-8846.

What a George Mason Expert Is Saying about…the Filibuster

May 31, 2005

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of occasional articles on what George Mason experts have to say about a current topic. These are personal opinions and do not reflect an endorsement by George Mason University.

VCU Downs Patriots at CAA Baseball Championship

May 27, 2005

No. 3 seed Virginia Commonwealth University triumphed over no. 2 seed George Mason in a winner’s bracket game last night, 8-3, at the Colonial Athletic Association Baseball Championship held in Wilmington, N.C.

Picture This…

May 27, 2005

Supervisor Series grads

George Mason in the News

May 27, 2005

Following are highlights of national news coverage George Mason received during the past week.

President Merten Tells House Committee Student Grants Are ‘Critical’ to Mason

May 27, 2005

By Catherine Graham

George Mason President Alan Merten testified yesterday before the House Committee on Government Reform about the university’s participation in the Federal Family Education Loan Program (FFELP) and William D. Ford Federal Director Loan Program (FDLP).

George Mason Closes for Memorial Day Holiday

May 27, 2005

On Monday, May 30, university offices will be closed for the Memorial Day holiday. Classes are not in session and will resume on Tuesday, May 31.

Patriots Advance in CAA Baseball Championship

May 26, 2005

First, sophomore designated hitter Casey Slattery, management major, belted a grand slam in a four-run sixth inning. Then, sophomore third baseman Chris Fournier, undeclared major, and junior shortstop Tyler Youngs, business management and public relations major, slammed back-to-back homers to key a four-run eighth inning, powering no. 2 seed George Mason over no. 5 University of Delaware, 9-5, in the opening game of the 2005 Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Baseball Championship at Wilmington, N.C., yesterday.