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Updated Minor Keeps Journalism Relevant at Mason

George Mason University’s Communication Department faculty voted to change its electronic journalism minor into an updated journalism minor starting this semester. The decision comprises one component of the department’s ongoing efforts to better accommodate its students and their career ambitions.

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Dr. Boileau's Journey to Retirement

In 1981, Don Boileau moved from Michigan to Virginia to be an adjunct for what was a small university at the time. Why did he choose Mason? Boileau says, “It seemed to be innovative and adapt to what life might be like in the future.”

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College Faculty Members Honored for Excellence in Teaching

Four faculty members from the College of Humanities and Social Sciences were recognized this year by the university's Center for Teaching and Faculty Excellence. We congratulate Eric Anderson, Alan More, Amy Best, and Jeremy Hodgson for their contributions to the excellent instruction of our students.

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The Communicator Celebrates 10 Years

The Communication Department’s publication, The Communicator, is about to experience its 10th anniversary. Initially published by the department in Fall 2004, The Communicator has successfully served as a student written and produced publication.

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The Craft of Drafting

Matthew Harrison, an alumnus from George Mason University, has always enjoyed making something of his own. He started out brewing beer as a pass time, but soon it became his passion.

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