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Q&A with Scalia Law Dean Kenneth Randall

By Mariam Aburdeineh, BA ’13 on April 4, 2021

Kenneth Randall has an impressive track record when it comes to using innovation to transform academia. The new dean of George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School says it all started from humble beginnings.

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Sidebar: Clinically Effective

By Mariam Aburdeineh, BA ’13 on April 2, 2020

Here are four more Scalia Law clinics that provide students with experiential learning opportunities.

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No Monopoly Money Here: Finance Students Manage Quarter-Million-Dollar Portfolio

By Mariam Aburdeineh, BA ’13 on December 18, 2019

A new course offered through Mason’s School of Business allows students to manage a real portfolio worth $250,000.

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In the Clear with Clearance Ready

By Priyanka Champaneri, BA '05, MFA '10 on December 18, 2019

A new Mason program is helping students navigate the lengthy path to getting a security clearance.

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Insights from the CIA

By Mariam Aburdeineh, BA ’13 on December 18, 2019

Former CIA deputy and acting director Michael Morell shared advice and provided feedback to students in Justin Gest’s PUBP 500 Theory and Practice of Public Policy class.

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Pan Am Games Medalist Was a Star at Mason First

By Damian Cristodero on December 18, 2019

Former Mason cross-country and distance standout Bethany Sachtleben, BS Finance ’15, won the silver medal in the women’s marathon at the Pan Am Games in Lima, Peru.

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A Q&A with Alpaslan Özerdem

By Mariam Aburdeineh, BA ’13 on November 8, 2019

Meet Alpaslan Özerdem, the new dean of the School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution.

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Cheers to Class Work!

By Mary Lee Clark on October 25, 2019

NUTR 430/530 Introduction to Wine and Beer has one of the longest waiting lists at the university. Students put their taste buds to the test as they learn how wine and beer influence cultures and people’s relationship with alcohol and food.

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Engineering Is in Their DNA

By Mason Spirit contributor on October 25, 2019

Four siblings from a family of engineers continue the tradition by all becoming graduates of the Sid and Reva Dewberry Department of Civil, Environmental, and Infrastructure Engineering.

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O Say Can You See

By Mason Spirit contributor on October 24, 2019

An a capella quartet of Green Machine alumni won a contest to sing the national anthem at a D.C. United game.

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