- September 19, 2023
Mason President Gregory Washington lauded brothers Maruf and Mahfuz Ahmed at a special event for embodying the possibilities that Mason offers with its steadfast commitment to access and inclusion.
- September 11, 2023
Mason Night at Nationals Park on Sept. 6 was a hit. The Nationals beat the Mets 3-2 and Mason faculty, staff were there to cheer them on.
- August 14, 2023
“The Road to the End,” a play written and performed by the School of Theater's alumni and students, won Best Drama in an audience vote at the recent Capital Fringe festival.
- August 29, 2023
The RISE (Refugee and Immigrant Success through Entrepreneurship) Program as a cohort of the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship's SOAR Initiative. SOAR provides a holistic model for startups and empowers individuals who do not currently have adequate access to entrepreneurship training opportunities. RISE focuses its support on aspiring entrepreneurs from refugee and immigrant backgrounds.
- August 9, 2023
Alaina Ruffin will not be the first, second, or third, but fourth person in her family to graduate from George Mason University. Her mother and two older cousins graduated from Mason in 2000, 2001, and 2013 respectively.
- August 7, 2023
One May 24, 27 Mason EIP graduates joined the ranks of Mason alumni this year, along with 130 graduating high school seniors celebrating their EIP graduation, as part of EIP’s 32nd graduating class. More than 2,100 students have graduated from EIP since it began in 1987.
- August 4, 2023
Diana Parkinson, an engagement officer in Mason’s Office of Advancement and Alumni Relations, is the August Employee of the Month.
- August 2, 2023
Meet the alum-now-adjunct who got the throw out the first pitch at a Washington Nationals baseball game. Did he throw a strike? You can trust Craig Fifer’s reply—he teaches ethics.
- July 26, 2023
Mason Korea Dean Robert Matz returned to Mason’s Fairfax Campus to spread the word about the many good things going on at Mason Korea.
- July 26, 2023
For Justin Bour, returning to Mason to complete his degree more than 14 years after leaving to pursue a career in professional baseball, is the fulfillment of a promise—one he made to himself.