UL Training: Time Management Thursday, April 7th @ 10:00AM SUB 1, Room 3129 Do you spend too much or too little time studying? Learn the skills of successful time management, scheduling and organizational strategies to increase your ability to balance study with other activities! Click here to register.
"Cash Course" Workshop
Friday, April 8th @ 12:00PM The Hub 1014 Join guest speaker Raechel Hester of University Career Services to learn more about "Cash Course," a financial management tool that is free for all Mason students. The Student Leader meeting will be cancelled and this event will replace it.
International Week Friday, April 8th - Saturday, April 16th Mason is hosting their 35th Annual International Week celebration! Students from all around the globe join together to showcase their counties and cultures. Register here to participate in any of the events during this week.
iWeek Dance Competition Thursday, April 14th @ 7:00PM
Center for the Arts Live Stream via MasonCableNetwork.com Mason Cable Network is producing a live stream of the popular iWeek event so you can watch from home or share the performance with family and friends. Click here to watch the live stream.
Video Live Stream Schedule:
• Men's Baseball vs. Towson Wednesday, April 6th @ 3:00PM
• Men's Volleyball vs. NJIT Thursday, April 7th @ 7:00PM
• Men's Baseball vs. Dayton Friday, April 8th @ 3:00PM
• Women's Lacrosse vs. Massachusetts Friday, April 8th @ 6:00PM
• Men's Baseball vs. Dayton Saturday, April 9th @ 2:00PM
• Men's Volleyball vs. Princeton Saturday, April 9th @ 7:00PM
• Women's Lacrosse vs. Davidson Sunday, April 10th @ 12:00PM
• Men's Baseball vs. Dayton Sunday, April 10th @ 1:00PM
Click the image above to view the latest episode of MCN's Mason Sports Insider with hosts Tyler Byrum and Dan Ward.
In Case You Missed It
Health & Fitness Expo
On Thursday, March 31st, University Life (Mason Recreation, Student Health Services, and others) hosted the 20th Annual Health and Wellness Expo in Dewberry Hall. Event attendees enjoyed interactive health activities, demonstrations, and fitness instruction and challenges. Free health screenings on offer included cholesterol, blood glucose, blood pressure, and vision.
Photos by: Amy Rose
BOV Meeting Attracts Student Protestors
On Thursday, March 31st, George Mason University's Board of Visitors held a regularly scheduled meeting in Merten Hall. Led by Rector Tom Davis, the meeting covered deliberation over public contracts, honorary degrees, recent financial gifts, and fundraising activities. A group of student protesters also showed up for the meeting, holding signs with slogans meant to sway BOV decisions on a variety of issues. The most common student concerns were financial in nature: "high tuition [is not] accessible," "education is a right," "college should not be run like a business," and "no tuition increase at GMU."
Pick up today's print edition of Fourth Estate to read more about the protests.
Photos by: Amy Rose
Student Recognition Awards
Student Media's Student Recognition Program honors winners each month in the following categories:
• Best Creative Content • Leader in Action • Outstanding Employee • Spirit Award
We are now accepting nominations for April 2016! If you know someone who deserves consideration in the categories above, click on the button below to submit your nomination(s).
Tien Huynh, Data and Assessment Coordinator for Student Media, has been offered a full-time position with EagleBank. Upon graduation, Tien will be hired as a Commercial Banking Associate in EagleBank's Commercial Banking Development Program where he will gain experience dealing with credit spread analysis, branch operations, external and internal customer service, and sales.
Student Media has a number of events on the calendar for Spring 2016. Please take a moment to look over our event signup list and add your name for a shift or two. We know you are busy, but just an hour of your time could make a big impact on the students you meet at any given event.
Do your part to help represent our office at campus events and recruit Mason's best and brightest to work for your group.
Many thanks to those who have already signed up! Click below to add your name:
City Internships Opportunity: City Internships Student Ambassadors:City Internships provides immersive career training programs for college students and recent graduates designed to expand your horizons and get you job-ready. We are looking for driven and strategic individuals to act as a strong and persuasive voice on their university campus. The most successful Student Ambassadors will be able to effectively build brand awareness and represent City Internships in a positive light. Student Ambassador duties will include generating public interest, utilizing media platforms, implementing marketing strategies, and more. For more information you can review our link and apply at:city-internships.com/about/student-ambassadors
On behalf of everyone at Student Media,
we would like to extend our wishes for the happiest of birthdays to:
Nina Motazedi,Fourth Estate, on April 4th Nicole Kraatz,George Mason Review, on April 7th Claire Cecil,Fourth Estate, on April 9th Sydney Kinnard,George Mason Review, on April 10th Liz Mosgrovejo,George Mason Review, on April 10th