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    Mason Week celebrates road to Cabrera’s inauguration

    Mason Week 2013 featured concerts, events and giveaways for Mason students ready to show their Patriot pride and celebrate the inauguration of Mason President Angel Cabrera. The week began with a trip [...]

  • Prospects are looking good for the Patriots for next season. Returning players have improved this season and sec- ond place Temple University is leaving the A10. (IAN MOSTROM BROADSIDE)

    Women’s lacrosse look forward to A10 after winless season

    Coach Lauren Hay congratulates seniors, encourages returning players  Prospects are looking good for the Patriots for next season. Returning players have improved this season and sec- ond place [...]

  • (IAN MOSTROM/BROADSIDE)

    Ten Minute Play Festival brings talent to the stage

    (IAN MOSTROM/BROADSIDE) On April 26, the Mason Theater Department presented the Seventh Annual Ten Minute Play Festival. The end product of a grueling playwriting competition, the festival showcased the [...]

  • (COURTESY OF THE OFFICE OF GLOBAL EDUCATION)

    Study abroad offers students a chance to work with the African Wildlife Foundation in Kenya

      This winter break, while many Mason students were stuck in frigid temperatures in the U.S., eight students were able to escape the cold and enjoy the dry, 70 degree weather of a Kenyan summer. These [...]

  • Though permanent graffiti is banned by the university, students are allowed to use chalk to decorate the concrete.(JENNY KRASHIN/BROADSIDE)

    Graffiti marks Mason

    Unsolicited artwork around campus costs university thousands in cleanup, removal  (MAURICE C. JONES/BROADSIDE)   Bathroom stalls littered with hate-filled sentiments and other ambiguous graffiti [...]

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