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Archive for January, 2012

It was a cloudy day in September in Florence, S.C., when Mason faculty member and pilot Michael Young and his passengers prepared for the flight to Warrenton, Va., in his Columbia 400 airplane. His cargo? A group of rescued dogs heading to new homes.

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Taking a Closer Look at Counterterrorism Measures

by Colleen Kearney Rich on January 19th, 2012

In her new book, Mason crime policy expert Cynthia Lum and colleagues analyze the outcomes and successes of counterterrorism programs both in the United States and abroad.

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At Mason, Studying Business Is No Minor Matter

by Jason Jacks on January 3rd, 2012

When it comes to picking a minor, Mason is almost all business–literally, as the minor in business is by far the most popular among students.

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