Ex-Redskins Player as AD Doesn't Mean Football For GMU The hiring of a man who won a Super Bowl ring with the Washington Redskins doesn't mean George Mason University will be adding football anytime soon.
Former Redskins Player Named New AD at George Mason Former Washington Redskins safety Brad Edwards is the new athletic director at George Mason.
Man Demands Citizen's Arrest, Pepper Sprays George Mason ProfessorA man walked into a classroom at George Mason University's Arlington campus Wednesday afternoon, demanded a citizen's arrest of the professor and proceeded to pepper spray him in the face, police say.
Bomb Threat Cleared at George Mason University's Prince William CampusOffices and buildings at George Mason University's Prince William County campus have re-opened after a bomb threat prompted the evacuation of several buildings Thursday morning.
Bomb Threat Found At George Mason University A written bomb threat was discovered overnight Thursday on the campus of George Mason University in Fairfax, officials say.
GMU Chosen as Center for Excellence in Teaching George Mason University has been chosen as the site of the new Virginia Center for Excellence in Teaching.
George Mason University Reopens After Power OutageThe main campus of George Mason University in Fairfax is back up and running after a power outage cancelled classes and events Thursday morning.
U.S News Releases 2014 Best College RankingsThe annual list of America's best colleges and universities was released Tuesday by U.S. News. Where does your alma mater rank?
Metro Accident Victim Identified as George Mason University AthleteThe man who was struck and killed by a Metro train over the weekend was an athlete at George Mason University, officials said.
D.C. Area Colleges Make Sierra Club's List of Greenest SchoolsSeveral nearby universities have made Sierra Club's 2013 list of the greenest schools in America.
GMU To Offer Class That Examines Trayvon Martin CaseAnyone who keeps up with current events has heard the name "Trayvon Martin" more times than they can count this month. Some George Mason University students will be hearing it even more this fall.