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BY ALEX MADAJIAN STAFF WRITER [caption id="attachment_24919" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Camille Brayshaw/Fourth Estate[/caption] What does it mean to be a patriot? Here at George Mason, we refer to ourselves as patriots, and even the schoo (More)
Mason students give their thoughts on Biden’s inauguration and their hopes for the rest of the presidency BY BRAD BYRNE STAFF WRITER On Jan. 20, Joseph R. Biden Jr. was inaugurated and became the 46th president of the United States. He is the o (More)
BY SAVANNAH MARTINCIC STAFF WRITER [caption id="attachment_24742" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Favour Nwagu/Fourth Estate[/caption] After four nail-biting days (and frankly years) of waiting, we finally have an expiration date on Donald Trum (More)
On-campus groups discuss election results, get out the vote efforts BY DANA NICKEL SENIOR STAFF WRITER At least 159.8 million people voted in the U.S. presidential election this year. At Mason, both the Mason College Republicans and the George Ma (More)
Get Out the Vote efforts target young voters and students BY LIANNA BROWN NEWS EDITOR Students and student groups across campus have been working throughout the fall semester to get Virginians, particularly students, to vote in the 2020 election (More)
Students share thoughts on how the final debate went and what the candidates could have done better BY SUDIKSHA KOCHI STAFF WRITER Participating in their second and final presidential debate before Election Day on Nov. 3, Republican President Don (More)
 Students describe how they felt after watching Donald Trump and Joe Biden go head-to-head during the debate on Sept. 29 BY SUDIKSHA KOCHI STAFF WRITER Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and Republican President Donald Trump faced off (More)
Mason students are among the group of early voters BY BRAD BYRNE STAFF WRITER Mason students have already started to vote for the 2020 presidential election. Students living on campus that have Mason as their registered voting place can vote i (More)
The Schar School of Policy and Government hosted Rebecca Pearcey on Sept. 22 to discuss politics, campaigning, the upcoming election and more BY SUDIKSHA KOCHI STAFF WRITER Steven Pearlstein, a Robinson Professor for Public Affairs and the modera (More)
BY LAURA SWIHART STAFF WRITER [caption id="attachment_24377" align="alignnone" width="626"] Camille Brayshaw/Fourth Estate[/caption] In an election cycle dominated by horse-race reporting and campaign ads, American political polarization has su (More)