The tradition continues: Musical guests, games planned for Mason Week celebration

News1 April 19, 2010 at 1:04 pm Comments are Disabled

By Sandra Evans, Broadside Correspondent It is more than likely that you have seen the fliers all over campus — George Mason University’s annual Mason Week is here! Mason Week will be held this week, with the always-popular and highly anticipated Mason Day to be celebrated Thursday, April 22. The day will feature a live performance from the dance-rock band Cobra Starship. “Mason Week took a lot of time, planning, research and preparation,” said Mallory Wuhrer, the special events chair for GMU’s Program Board. “The whole Program Board pitches in to make this week a success.” Wuhrer noted that the biggest struggle was obtaining the carnival rides, but Program Board was able to successfully secure five. Wuhrer said she is “personally excited to see Mason Day come together . . . [and] to see the sky darkening, carnival lights turning on, hearing Cobra Starship outside and seeing students having fun.” The fun-filled week will kick off today at noon at North Plaza with Ice Cream for Mason Week, which will feature free ice cream and other giveaways. There will also be a station for tie-dying shirts. Then, on Tuesday, Rock The Plaza will take place from noon to 2 p.m. […]