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Positive cases remain low as Mason enters 12th week of classes BY ALLISON ALBERTY, GRAPHICS EDITOR & SOCIAL MEDIA DIRECTOR As Mason wrapped up the 11th week of school last week, positive COVID-19 cases remain low. The campus maintains its vac (More)
[caption id="attachment_25624" align="alignnone" width="874"] https://www2.gmu.edu/campus-covid-19-data[/caption] COVID-19 cases remain low at Mason BY BRAD BYRNE, STAFF WRITER As September falls into October, Mason continues to make efforts tow (More)
Campus guidelines keep COVID-19 cases at Mason low among students and employees   BY LIANNA BROWN, CO-EDITOR-IN-CHIEF During the 2020-2021 school year, Mason was applauded for its ability to keep campus COVID-19 cases low. As the United St (More)
Virginia lawmakers create legislation to abolish the death penalty, making Virginia the first southern state to do so BY MADDIE GIERBER STAFF WRITER Virginia, one of the most prolific users of capital punishment, approved two pieces of legislatio (More)
BY SEN. TIM KAINE CONTRIBUTOR [caption id="attachment_24943" align="alignright" width="280"] Photo courtesy of Kaine's Senate office[/caption] After the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol, many were rightfully worried about our ability to have a peac (More)