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The Mason Gazette, Volume 9, Number 00, April 22, 1993

The Mason Gazette for April 22, 1993. In this issue: effort underway to keep Federal Theatre Collection at Mason, distinguished speakers for Commencement (Chief Justiice, William Rehnquist, and Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg), Mason celebrates the bebinning of a new University Center (Groundbreaking for the University Learning Center), Mason Pond parking deck, first annual GMU Football Club Green and Gold Classic, sculpture in Concert Hall by Doris Catullo dedicated ("Attitude"), Physical Education Building Gym dedicated as John R. Linn Gymnasium, faculty member Jack Censer edits nine-volume history textbook, faculty members Peter Brunnette and Carol Mattusch awarded Kress Fellowships, faculty member Lorraine M. Brown invested as american Theatre Fellow, construction of University Center (George W. Johnson Learning Center) and Buisiness and Public Policy Building (Enterprise Hall), University Day awards, faculty member Danielle Struppa named Fenwick Fellow, Distinguished Faculty honored, (Terry) Whisnant joins Center for Community College Education, J. Thomas Ratchford joins International Institute, Krasnow Institute holds first conference, plans new building. Twelve pages.

Creator : George Mason University

Date : 22 April 1993

Source : The Mason Gazette

Rights : Copyright George Mason University

Citation: George Mason University , “The Mason Gazette, Volume 9, Number 00, April 22, 1993,” A History of George Mason University, accessed November 20, 2017, http://ahistoryofmason.gmu.edu/items/show/314.