Fall for The Book 2014: Explore the Upside of Your Dark Side with Dr. Todd Kashdan
Mason Alumni Are Highlight at Annual Book Festival

Fall for the Book events span Virginia, Washington, D.C., and Maryland from September 27- October 3, 2015

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Student-Athlete Jasmine Robinson
Fields of Dreams

Many young athletes and their parents dream of college scholarships and the opportunity to play Division I sports, but the reality is there is only so much scholarship money to go around.

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Rising Stars

Mason’s young faculty shine bright.

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Athletic Director Brad Edwards. Photo by Evan Cantwell
Man on a Mission

To understand Athletic Director Brad Edwards’s vision for Mason athletics is to know one thing: He doesn’t like to lose.

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David Wu, Provost, at the Fairfax Campus. Photo by Alexis Glenn/Creative Services/George Mason University
He’s Just Getting Revved Up

Mason’s new provost S. David Wu is ready to take the university places.

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Rendering of Academic VII
A Hub for Health Care

With a new “health college” on the horizon, George Mason University is positioning itself to become a hub for Northern Virginia health care.

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From the Issue

Mason Alumni George Wilson (L), '69 English, and Jon Hickox, '98 History, at the Winery at Bull Run. Hickox is owner of the the Winery at Bull Run, Wilson is the Vigneron. Photo by Evan Cantwell/Creative Services/George Mason University

Wine, Wilson, and Song

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George H. Wilson, BA English ’69, was on Mason’s first basketball, rugby, and baseball teams. Patriot fans can see him walk across the basketball court during Homecoming games.

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Kaiulani Lee, adjunct professor and award-winning actress, with her School of Theater class in the studio. Photo by Evan Cantwell

Adjunct Kaiulani Lee Forges Lasting Bonds with Students

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In adjunct theater professor Kaiulani Lee’s Advanced Performance Studio class, students not only get applause after a performance, they get hugs and encouraging words before they leave class.

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Conservation Work Improves Outcomes of Red Pandas

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Conservation biologist Elizabeth Freeman says the birth of panda cubs at Mason’s Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute demonstrates how improved captive breeding programs and species survival can be accomplished across the globe.

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