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Mason vs james madison rivalry the patriots and dukes

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Unformatted text preview: groups to try to out-decorate one another. Recognized student organizations, academic departments, and university offices may fill out a request to decorate George to promote an event or events they are sponsoring or highlight a special achievement. The request form is available in the Dean of Students/University Life office in Student Union Building I (SUB I), Room 302. And in case you didn’t know, another statue tradition is to rub George’s toe for good luck before an exam! Mason vs. James Madison Rivalry The Patriots and Dukes, located just 95 miles apart, annually meet head to head to compete in 16 sports. Both schools are members of the 12-school Colonial Athletic Association. With students from many local high schools attending the two universities, the matches offer opportunities for friendly competition between former classmates and often serve as natural high school reunions. As one of the best in-state rivalries, Mason and James Madison basketball games are hard to match in spirit and intensity. After a James Madison loss, Mason students can be heard chanting “66 West, 81 South” in...
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This document was uploaded on 03/01/2014 for the course CRIM 475 at George Mason.

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