Archive for November, 2008

University Mourns Student’s Death

November 25, 2008

Mason sophomore biology major Alana Melanie Williams lost her life in a tragic car accident.

Swing Time

November 25, 2008

The Central Module, which once housed a computer lab on the Fairfax Campus, is no more. The temporary structure was recently demolished to make way for “swing space,” a multipurpose building that will be home for functions displaced by construction and renovation. The site is between Student Union Building I and West Building.Photo by Becky […]

MFA Thesis Exhibition: ‘Skin: America in Black & White’

November 25, 2008

Mason’s Art and Visual Technology Department will present “Skin: America in Black & White,” the MFA thesis exhibition of Solomon Wondimu.

Mason in the Community

November 25, 2008

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

Off the Clock: Professor Promotes Music in Asian American Community

November 25, 2008

Mira Yang

Mira Yang developed a passion for music at a very young age, and she now promotes music to all ages as president of the Asian American Music Society (AAMS).

Men’s Soccer Advances to Second Round of NCAA Tournament

November 24, 2008

Freshman midfielder Eber Martinez’s goal in the 47th minute led Mason (14-6-2) past Penn (11-3-4) by a final score of 1-0 in a first round NCAA Division I Men’s Soccer Championship match on Friday.

Virginia Opera Brings Donizetti’s ‘The Elixir of Love’ to Center for the Arts

November 24, 2008

Virginia Opera invites audiences to toast the holidays and fall head-over-heels for Gaetano Donizetti’s intoxicating romantic comedy, “The Elixir of Love.”

An Interview with Jim Miller, University Architect

November 24, 2008

As university architect for nearly 20 years, Jim Miller has been at the forefront in creating George Mason University’s physical image.

Phishing Watch

November 24, 2008

Safeguard yourself against identity theft and financial damage this holiday season. Avoid the deceptive e-mail traps and fake web site links of “phishers” by learning to recognize the signs of a phishing scam.

Theater of the First Amendment Presents First Fridays at Old Town Hall

November 21, 2008

Theater of the First Amendment (TFA), Mason’s professional theater company, will join forces with Mason Pep Band leader “Doc” Nix and Mason choreographer Adriane Fang to bring a holiday blend of theater, music and dance to Old Town Hall in the City of Fairfax.