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Former MBA Student Association President Leaves Mark on MBA Program

October 15, 2014

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Many students pass through the Mason MBA program each year taking away new skills and experiences, but only a few make a lasting impact on the program for future students to come. Ruxandra Arustei, MBA ’11 was one student who did just that. As a full-time student, Arustei had the time and drive to do […]

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Mason MBA Students Witness NYSE History

October 7, 2014

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While George Mason University MBA students enjoy stimulating and rigorous time in the classroom, the rubber meets the road as students see theory in practice during the program’s annual residencies. Each year, the MBA Student Association (MBASA) organizes a two-day trip to New York City for current Mason MBA students to meet and network with […]

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Beautiful Day for MBA Student Association Spring Picnic

May 1, 2014

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By Maggie DeMarco It would be close to impossible for the MBA Student Association Spring Picnic to have fallen on a more beautiful spring day, one with a bright clear blue sky. While the warm and sunny day made it incredibly easy to be outside socializing, what was even nicer was the chance to see […]

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Great Time at the MBA Student Association Picnic

April 28, 2014

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By Seth Whetzel, MBA Student On Saturday, April 26, Professor Kevin Rockmann opened his home to host the George Mason University MBA Student Association Spring Picnic. MBA students, alumni, faculty, and staff—along with spouses, girlfriends, boyfriends, children, and even dogs—all turned out on the gorgeous spring day to enjoy a BBQ lunch catered by Red, […]

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MBASA Happy Hour

March 23, 2012

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by Alex Hess,  Graduate Ambassador The Friday before Spring Break the MBASA hosted a happy hour for all current MBA and MSA students who attend the Fairfax and Arlington campuses at the Green Turtle in Arlington. This was very successful as many people came from a diverse set of cohorts. Raffle prices were given away […]

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