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Clubhouse Fest @ Laurel Park

By: Rosemary Idisi On October 20th at Laurel Park Racetrack, a number of artists performed at the 2018 Clubhouse Festival. The lineup included Grammy-nominated rapper Tyga, Platinum-selling artists Rich The Kid, Sam Feldt, Lost Kings, and Bonnie x Clyde. The headliner was Grammy-nominated DJ Steve Aoki. The tailgate began at 12 noon with the first performance …

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CLUBHOUSE Fest | Ticket Giveaway

Deadmau5 and Steve Aoki and Rich the Kid – OH MY! You read the flyer right and the line up is as good as you think it is. On Saturday, October 20th at Laurel Park Racetrack, some of the biggest EDM and Hip-Hop artists will come together for Clubhouse Festival. This lineup is presented by …

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Kali Uchis at 9:30 Club

On October 9 and October 10, Columbian-American artist Kali Uchis took the 9:30 Club stage. Originally from Alexandria, VA., Kali had a performance which felt close to home. Her stage presence shined beyond a revolving disco and accompanying live musicians. After an upbeat set from Gabriel Garzón-Montano, Kali opened the show with “Dead to Me”, …

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Gabriel Garzón-Montano at 9:30 Club

Last night was incredible! Kali Uchis performed at 9:30 Club for a sold out crowd on Tuesday, October 9, 2018. Her opener, Gabriel Garzon-Montano, kicked off the show with a spectacular performance of one of his most favored tracks, Golden Wings. The crowd was buzzing with excitement, singing along or mouthing every single word. Garzon-Montano’s attire, or …

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Art + Music Exhibition | November 9, 2018

WGMU’s planning to host our first ever Arts and Music Festival on November 9th, 2018 from 8pm-11pm. This event will be held in the Hub Ballroom and will host local bands/musicians playing live and Mason artists who wish to show off their artwork. Musicians like Cinema Hearts, Promise Nothing, Quick “O” Clock and Knope will be …

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WGMU Exclusive: Opioid Crisis Symposium

On April 19, a slew of researchers, scholars, and politicians visited George Mason University to propose solutions toward ending the opioid crisis in Northern Virginia. By: Jackie Reed FAIRFAX, VA – On April 19, a slew of researchers, scholars, and politicians visited George Mason University to propose solutions toward ending the opioid crisis in Northern …

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WGMU Exclusive: Patriot Activities Council (PAC)

By: Christian Hernandez WGMU’s Christian Hernandez hosts an interview with Regine Victoria, director of programming for GMU’s Patriot Activities Council (PAC). PAC hosts a variety of events and programming. Their active student leadership team works to lift spirits and bring the Mason community together. More information can be found at si.gmu.edu/pac/. Feature Photo By (GMU …

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WGMU Exclusive: Alpha Phi Omega

By: Robert McGreevy WGMU’s Robert McGreevy hosts Kevin Embrey, member of GMU’s Alpha Phi Omega. Alpha Phi Omega is an inclusive, co-ed fraternity that promotes leadership, fellowship, friendship, and service. More information can be found at https://www.facebook.com/apogmu/. Feature Photo By (Alpha Phi Omega/Facebook).

WGMU Exclusive: Society of Professional Journalists

By: Josh Biedrycki WGMU’s Josh Biedrycki hosts an interview with Lauryn Cantrell, president of GMU’s Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ). The GMU chapter organizes industry events that connects students to media professionals who work in broadcasting, journalism, and media news outlets. Such opportunities offer insight into the media field through networking, socials with other campus SPJ …

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WGMU Exclusive: Patriot Pantry

By: Quianna Marissa WGMU’s Quianna Marissa hosts an interview with Gary Hooker, Director of George Mason University’s Patriot Pantry. Founded in December 2014, GMU’s Patriot Pantry (originally called the Pop-Up Pantry) is housed under GMU’s Student Support and Advocacy Center (SSAC). Mainly run by volunteers, they provide access to food items, toiletries, and school supplies …

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