Archive for August, 2009

2009 Student Convocation

August 31, 2009

Fenwick Library Renovation Adds to Fairfax Campus Quiet Study Areas

August 31, 2009

The library’s new furnishings helped further expand the Fairfax Campus’ ever-growing list of quiet study zones.

Theater of the First Amendment Announces September Events

August 31, 2009

Theater of the First Amendment (TFA), George Mason University’s professional theater company, announces events for September.

Voting Open for Spirit Slogan

August 31, 2009

The Mason Traditions Committee is bringing back for the fourth year the colorful spirit buttons bearing a “fighting” slogan.

Fourth Annual ARTS by George! Benefit to Be Held Sept. 26

August 28, 2009

The event features a showcase of the extraordinary artistic talents of Mason students and faculty members, as well as a unique silent auction of arts-related items and experiences, followed by a Brian Stokes Mitchell concert.

Mason’s Distinguished Faculty Honored

August 27, 2009

President Alan Merten and Provost Peters Stearns honored the university’s most distinguished faculty at a reception on Wednesday, Aug. 26.

University Mourns Death of Siriwan Lugirawanich

August 27, 2009

Siriwan Lugirawanich, meal plan administrator in the All University Card Office, died from cancer on Tuesday, Aug. 19.

French Revolution Project Wins MERLOT Prize

August 26, 2009

Mason’s Center for History and New Media collects another award for one of its innovative teaching tools.

Starbucks Opens

August 26, 2009

Off the Clock: Susan Lawrence Rows Her Boat

August 25, 2009

The English professor competes for area boat clubs in shells ranging from a single to an eight.