Student Media Content Spotlight

Mason LIFE student work

by Student Media

The Mason LIFE (Learning into Future Environments) Program is a supportive academic university experience offering a four-year curriculum of study to post-secondary students, 18-23 years of age, with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The program is supported by the Helen A. Kellar Institute for Human disAbilities (KIHd) within the College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) of George Mason University.

Whitley Draper, COMM 145 (Newspaper Workshop I)

Whitley attended the Disney on Ice production at the EagleBank Arena as a press photographer from Student Media in October. Here is what she had to say about her experience:

“I really liked taking pictures of the Disney on Ice show in October. This class gave me the chance to continue to build my photography skills. I had a lot of fun with this class this semester!”

Check out Whitley's photos below:


Kevin Bennett, COMM 145 (Newspaper Workshop I)

Kevin took some photographs around campus and attended Mason Madness at the EagleBank Arena as a press photographer from Student Media. Here is what he had to say about his experience:

“I liked the fact that I get to go to events on campus to take pictures. I also liked that we were able to meet every week and talk about the projects that we were working on. My experience in newspaper class was wonderful!”

Check out Kevin's photos below: