Category: Local

Maintaining Your Zen While Maintaining Your GPA

Rachel Handschuh WGMU Blogger Homework. Quizzes. Exams. Finals. It’s a lot to take in, not only time management wise but mentally. College is a lot of work, which leads to stress not only on your brain but your body as well. Lucky for you, Mason has you covered! The Center for the Advancement of Well …

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The Nice Guys: Spring Break Woes

    Cory has a bone to pick with Spring Break. Of course it’s bizarre and doesn’t make much sense. Plus, it’s weird how much adults LOVE Disney World.       Special guest and WGMU alum Brian Gianelos joins in on our discussion.   You can hear The Nice Guys every Wednesday, from 4:30 …

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After The Trade Deadline, The Capitals Postseason Looks Promising

Nick Colletti WGMU, Sports Blogger Thursday March 2, 2017 The acquisition of defenseman Kevin Shatterkirk from the St. Louis Blues has given many Capitals’ faithful genuine excitement heading into the Stanley Cup Playoffs. A blue liner that can assist on the power play and provide even more depth to what was already a deep defensive roster. …

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The Nice Guys: The Goose Problem

Matt brings to our attention a rather concerning issue with some new campus residents. You can hear The Nice Guys every Wednesday, from 4:30 to 5:30. Tune in for hosts Cory Morgan and Matt Dotson, as they provide a look into their daily lives and neurotic ticks. Self deprecation, unwarranted hostility, and overall hilarity ensues …

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Just By Chance: Chance the Rapper’s Rise to Stardom

Kaitlyn Koegler WGMU Blogger It was an unprecedented event; a rapper with no record label behind him winning three Grammys. Becoming the first artist to win a Grammy for a streaming-only album, Chance the Rapper (born as Chancellor Bennett), is a 23 year-old rising star with three mixtape releases under his belt. Releases all pioneered …

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Kaine & Mason Student Elyazgi on Travel Ban and Community Effect

  Photo Credit: Dea McCollum On Friday February 10th, former Vice President nominee and current Senator of Virginia Tim Kaine returned to George Mason. He came in the fall, accompanied by Joe Biden, to promote the Clinton-Kaine ticket. Now, after the conclusion of the election, he came not for self-promotion, but to speak about the …

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Lit&Local: A Live Set With L.A. Trip

On February 12th, WGMU’s Jackie Reed (Jammin’ with Jackie) interviewed L.A. Trip in WGMU’s live on-air studio, to talk about their upcoming album, Intervals I (2017). From Fredericksburg, Virginia, the rock band came together to put on a live performance showcasing the best of their music. Bobby Barber, guitarist and vocalist, and Sean O’Neill, drummer and …

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Holtby/Grubauer- The Best Goalie Tandem In The NHL

Nick Colletti WGMU, Sports Blogger Friday February 10, 2017 It is without a doubt that the Washington Capitals possess the greatest goalie tandem in the NHL. No other organization has such outstanding depth and versatility at the game’s most significant position. Braden Holtby and Philip Grubauer have been lights out and rarely give up any …

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Giant Food Reopens in University Mall

WGMU General Manager Matt Dotson (The Nice Guys, Up to Eleven) had the opportunity to tour the brand new Giant Food Grocery Store in University Mall on February 7th, two days before the grand opening on the 9th. You can hear the report featuring exclusive audio of the store managers below. With ID, all Mason …

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The Capitals – The NHL’s Most Complete Team

Nick Colletti WGMU, Sports Blogger Tuesday January 24, 2017 The Washington Capitals have been the league’s hottest team for nearly a month. A potent offense, strong special teams, and the impenetrable Braden Holtby between the two posts have made the Caps on top of many league analysts’ power rankings. Last night against the Carolina Hurricanes, …

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