Posts
Students express opinions about Biden’s victory in the 2020 presidential race BY SUDIKSHA KOCHI STAFF WRITER President-elect Joe Biden has officially won the 2020 presidential election with a winning a total of 306 electoral votes, leaving Pres (More)
Georgia will hold two runoff elections in early January to determine which candidates will secure the two Senate seats BY SUDIKSHA KOCHI STAFF WRITER Georgia will be holding two runoff races on Jan. 5 to determine who will gain control of the Sen (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)
Pandemic causes huge decrease in on-campus voting on Election Day BY LAURA SCUDDER CO-EDITOR-IN-CHIEF AND HAILEY BULLIS SENIOR STAFF WRITER Mason students trickled in throughout the day to vote for the 2020 presidential election on Nov. 3. The CO (More)
Former Vice President Joe Biden officially becomes 46th president of the United States, defeating incumbent President Donald Trump in a tight race BY SUDIKSHA KOCHI STAFF WRITER  After a narrow margin in the race between the two presidential can (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)
Mason students express opposition and support for Amy Coney Barrett as Supreme Court justice  BY SUDIKSHA KOCHI STAFF WRITER  After much pushing by Republicans, the Senate voted to confirm Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Amy Coney Barret (More)
Students share opposing opinions on canceling spring break BY LIANNA BROWN NEWS EDITOR In an email to the Mason community on Oct. 19, Provost Mark Ginsberg announced an updated plan for the spring semester, highlighting the elimination of sprin (More)
Students share conflicting thoughts on polling of 2020 presidential election BY BRAD BYRNE STAFF WRITER As the 2020 presidential election looms in the very near future, polling has become another topic of debate for this election. After some poll (More)
Petition for credit/no credit grading for fall 2020 semester reaches over 4,000 signatures BY HANNAH CHO STAFF WRITER As of Oct. 22, over 4,000 students have signed a petition calling for a credit/no credit grading option to be made available for (More)