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TedX: George Mason U

TEDxMason to ‘Gather STEAM’ During Fourth Campus Talk

The reintegration of arts and science is a major topic of discussion among educators. Mason will spotlight this issue during its fourth annual TEDx talk on May 3. This installment, Gathering STEAM [science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics] will feature insight from eight speakers, six of whom are Mason professors in the arts, mathematics and science. Each speaker will share his or her thoughts on the necessity of teaching math and science in conjunction with the arts. Professor of environmental science and policy Changwoo Ahn… Read more

This week students can visit with rescued animals at the College of Humanities and Social Sciences’ Dog Day on Thursday. Photo by Alexis Glenn/Creative Services

De-Stress Fest: Having Fun, Learning to Survive Finals Week

Spring semester’s finals week can be an especially stressful time for students. As they scramble to finish school work or head to a new job or new school, students often give up on healthy eating habits and face-to-face social interactions. Instead, many hide in their rooms with only a computer, textbooks and a box of pizza for company. George Mason University’s De-Stress Fest, a series of events taking place this week, serves as the perfect opportunity to relax, have fun and mentally recharge before finals,… Read more

Mason’s Nepalese Students to Hold Vigil for Earthquake Victims

The Nepalese Student Association of George Mason University will hold a vigil for victims of the earthquake in Nepal this evening, Monday, April 27, beginning at 6:30 p.m. The event will take place at the clock at the Johnson Center plaza on the Fairfax Campus. “Come join us as a community as we think of those we’ve lost in this tragic disaster,” the association said in a statement on its website. “We are all a community, a family, and we count on each other for… Read more