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Lichter comments on late-night abundance of anti-Trump humor

Lichter comments on late-night abundance of anti-Trump humor

In an article on the Associated Press website, Robert Lichter, faculty member in the Department of Communication and director of Mason's Center for Media and Public Affairs, links the level of presidential-related late-night humor to the "polarization of politics" in the United States.

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DEAR WORLD: Stories from Women and Gender Studies

DEAR WORLD: Stories from Women and Gender Studies

Some of the students, staff, faculty, and affiliated faculty of Mason's Women and Gender Studies program -- including philosophy Professor Rose Cherubin -- shared their stories with the Dear World project when it was on campus during International Week.

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Overcoming obstacles

Overcoming obstacles

The George Mason University PhD student wanted to enroll in History 688: Digital Storytelling, but Salamone, who is visually impaired, wanted to make sure he would be able to do the course work and that the professor, Kelly Schrum, would be willing to make the curriculum more accessible to him.

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