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Project Sneak Peak is a one night, two day trip beginning on the second day of three summer freshmen orientations. Students participating in Project Sneak Peak will select to participate in either an outdoor wilderness camping trip (including rock climbing or kayaking) or a DC-based community service trip with a group of fellow freshmen students […]
Spring is finally here! What better way to enjoy the weather than going outside for a run? Running may seem basic, but there are actually many factors to consider if one plans on logging some miles this year. Let’s cover some of the basics to help you enjoy your run. Shoes: Purchasing running shoes is […]
The Mason Trap and Skeet Club Team continued the legacy of their historic program last month by winning its 11th National Championship in San Antonio, Texas. It was their first National Championship since 1994. “It was a big team effort. We did not win any individual honors but as a group we shot really well,” […]
For the first time in their five-year history, the Mason inline hockey team won the SECHRL Regional Champions on February 23rd and 24th in Snellville, Georgia. The Patriots defeated the defending national champions Bethel University 6-4 in the championship game. “It felt great. It would have felt a lot different if we got it our […]
February is the month of love. Many people may have felt the stress of finding a Valentine for Valentine’s Day, but before you can focus on being with someone else for a day or maybe even longer, you need to learn to love yourself first. Love your body. Love yourself. You may think that sounds […]
Brrr.. It’s cold out there The clocks have been set back and now you have an extra hour in your day. What are you going to do? Exercise of course! Andy Prishack of Select Physical Therapy of Fairfax has a few suggestions for how to exercise in the cold weather. Remember this fun acronym that […]