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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - George Mason University
Prince William County and George Mason University are cutting the ribbon on a game-design incubator that officials hope will allow them to tap into the $80 billion industry of making video games and simulators.
Arlington County police say a man walked into a George Mason University classroom and pepper-sprayed a professor.
Tom O'Connor, George Mason's AD for the past 20 years including the school's run to the 2006 men's basketball Final Four, announced his retirement.
Common sense could be the operative motto for the Grand Old Party as it seeks to articulate a viable message and identify appropriate standard bearers while the 2014 midterm season fires up and rattles down the campaign trail. The clock is ticking. But the thinkers are thinking.
Every parent with a college-age child worries about the spiraling cost of education. The price of a diploma can reach $150,000, even at a state school. A little cost-cutting is in order, and there's no better place to start than at the president's office.
A sudden outbreak of illness in a group of teens and young adults staying at George Mason University is under investigation.
Top Virginia Democrats rallied before an enthusiastic crowd at George Mason University on Monday in a final push before Tuesday's elections, where the party will try to prevent a Republican monopoly from controlling Richmond just three years after the state swung blue.
People looking for love might differ on what catches their eyes, but when it comes to instant attractions, Craigslist says Metro is a prime spot for those chance encounters.
There's no way of knowing how a new coach will do, though there's rarely a shortage of snap judgments. Typical reactions range from "perfect fit" and "great move," to "bad choice" and "what were they thinking?"
The Colonial Athletic Association has reprimanded Towson's men's basketball team for missing tipoff following a massive snowstorm Wednesday.