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Becky Rasmussen, Emilia Cipriano, Natalia Fredem, and Pariss Quaintance stand in the reflecting pool.

Mason students join March On Washington

Sarah Lambert, Managing Editor September 2, 2020

Last Friday, August 28, several Mason students joined thousands at the Lincoln Memorial to commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s I Have a Dream speech, which took place in the same location 57 years...

Mason juniors held signs condemning police brutality outside of St. John's Episcopal Church in DC.

Dear Falls Church parents: Let your kids march

Sarah Lambert, Managing Editor June 11, 2020

After watching the anger that has erupted across our country in response to cases of police brutality, Mason students have been asking themselves “What can I do to help?”. Most of us are white, so...

Former D.C council member Jack Evans speaking at the D.C Council chambers in 2017. Earlier this year, he was accused of ethical violations that led to him stepping down before being fully prosecuted (Photo via Wikimedia Commons).

D.C. can do better than Jack Evans

Alex Schwartz, Staff Reporter March 3, 2020

In our nation’s capital, scandals and political comebacks shouldn’t mix any more than they already do. Former city council member Jack Evans nearly made history for being the first D.C council member...

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