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Broadside, Volume 10, Number 7, April 9, 1972

Broadside for April 9, 1972. In this issue: A Linwood Holton, Jr. signs bill making George Mason College independent of the University of Virginia (photograph), students vote on new official seal for George Mason University, George Mason Day 1972, faculty senate/council planned, Jim Corrigan withdraws from race for Town Council in  Vienna, African Liberation Day, Gilbert Brown to speak at George Mason, forensics travels to MIT, Arts and Sciences Building (Thompson Hall) World  Affairs Club, Popular Music (Ellen McIlwayne, Eric Clapton, Guns and Butter, Dave Mason), Theater (Romeo and Juliet, Straw Dogs), Saul Alinski at Mary Washington College, Forensics (Anna Marie Scott) wins at Cumberland College, Student Education Association, Richard Nixon (political cartoon), Sports (baseball, tennis, intramurals). Eight pages.

Creator : George Mason University

Date : 9 April 1972

Source :

Broadside and The Gunston Ledger

Rights : Copyright George Mason University

Citation: George Mason University, “Broadside, Volume 10, Number 7, April 9, 1972,” A History of George Mason University, accessed June 24, 2019, http://ahistoryofmason.gmu.edu/items/show/150.