Archive for November, 2007

Men’s Basketball Wins Over Drexel, 85-38

November 30, 2007

In the first Colonial Athletic Association game of the season, the Mason men’s basketball team had a resounding victory over Drexel, 85-38.

Mason Faculty and Staff in the Community

November 30, 2007

Following are members of the Mason community who made presentations in November as part of Mason Speakers, the university’s speakers’ bureau.

Phishing: Don’t Get Hooked This Holiday Season

November 30, 2007

Criminals have become more creative in their attempts to obtain your sensitive and personal information. The latest attack is called phishing.

Mason in the News

November 30, 2007

Following are highlights of national news coverage George Mason recently received.

Dragon Dance

November 30, 2007

A traditional Chinese dragon dance was one of the highlights at the opening ceremony for the 2008 Olympic Landscape Sculpture International Exhibition at Mason on Nov. 29. Wenzhong Zhou, People’s Republic of China ambassador to the United States, led a delegation of representatives from the Chinese Embassy at the opening. The sculptures will be on […]

Laskofski Appointed Director of Office of Sponsored Programs

November 29, 2007

Michael Laskofski, interim director of the Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP) for the past six months, was recently appointed director of the OSP.

Men’s Basketball Begins CAA Play at Home against Drexel

November 29, 2007

The Mason men’s basketball team returns home tonight at 7 p.m. to face Drexel at the Patriot Center after a strong showing last week in the Old Spice Classic tournament.

Bemak to Discuss Youth Culture in Vision Series Lecture

November 29, 2007

Fred Bemak

Fred Bemak, director of the Diversity Research and Action Center, will present “A Generation in Jeopardy: Today’s Youth, Tomorrow’s Future” at the next Vision Series lecture on Monday, Dec. 3, at 8 p.m.

Professor Gives Tips on Going Green for the Holidays

November 29, 2007

“Green” is the buzzword this year, and it refers to more than Mason and its sports teams. People are actively looking for new and simple ways to “go green.”

Olympic Dream

November 28, 2007

A sculpture by artist Chongli Feng titled “One Dream” is among the 51 Olympic sculptures that will be on display at the Fairfax Campus until Dec. 7. A ribbbon cutting to open the exhibit will be held at noon on Nov. 29 on the plaza between Mason Hall and the Center for the Arts, followed […]