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Two CHSS graduates make strides for inclusion

Two CHSS graduates make strides for inclusion

Two of Mason's newest graduates, Madison Essig and Charlotte Woodward, are the 5th and 6th people with Down syndrome who have received bachelor's degrees in the United States. Both embody the hard work of inclusion that defines George Mason University (photo by Evan Cantwell, Creative Services).

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The May 17 edition of the CHSS Digest is now available

The May 17 edition of the CHSS Digest is now available

In this edition, the last of AY 2021-22, you can read about Virginia's new telework policy, CHSS employees earning degrees and certificates at spring 2022 Commencement, faculty honored at the Celebration of Teaching Excellence, and a Broadside exhibit in Horizon Hall.

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On NPR, Matthew Karush discusses Latin rock Headlines

On NPR, Matthew Karush discusses Latin rock

On a National Public Radio report on rock en español, Matthew Karush, professor and chair, Department of History and Art History, discusses the point where musicians and their fans turned to music for its expressive qualities more than for commercial appeal.

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New exhibit in Horizon Hall shares Broadside memories

New exhibit in Horizon Hall shares Broadside memories

A new exhibit, Past, Present, Future: Mason's Core Remains Constant, showcases photos taken by student photographers working for the Broadside, Mason's student newspaper from 1969 to 2014. The exhibit is curated by Melissa Cannarozzi, who is working on her MA in history with a concentraiton in applied digital history.

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