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broadside_v1n7_4_9_1972_o.pdf
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,…

broadside_gunston_ledger_4_21_1967_new.pdf
April 21, 1967 issue of The Gunston Ledger. In this issue: George Mason Day, St. George's Methodist Chuch, Vietnam, Whigs Society, Student Government, Streetcar Named Desire, Student Senate, John Norville Gibson Finley, Gail Gallagher, Lorin A.…

broadside_gunston_ledger_6_15_2_21_69.pdf
February 21, 1969 issue of The Gunston Ledger. In this issue: University Policy is Stated by Chancellor, Who Owns GMC?, Academic Community Council is Approved by Chacellor, Leisure Sports Set for Spring, Honor Committee Reports Violation, Ledger…

university_relations_press_releases_1_21_1972.jpg
Press release from the Information Service, George Mason College of the University of Virginia dated January 28, 1972. The document describes the the bill introduced into the Virginia House of Delegates that week which would separate George Mason…

university_relations_press_releases_5_31_1972.pdf
Press release dated May 31, 1972. This document details Chancellor Lorin A. Thompson's response to the resolution put forward by the George Mason University Board of Visitors on May 31, 1972 that Thompson be appointed President of George Mason…

UPubs_Commencement_1968.pdf
Program for George Mason College's first Commencement, June 9, 1968. Contains handwritten notes by the assistant Marshall. Four pages.

gmuapc_3_25_4_3_73_dyktra_announcement.jpg
Photograph of the newly named president of George Mason University, Vergil H. Dykstra (center), addressing the George Mason University community and the media, April 3, 1973 in Finley Hall. On the right is former president, Lorin A. Thompson, while…

mcfarlane_3_65_edplan_1968_display.pdf
After the Virginia General Assembly's designation of George Mason College as a four-year degree-granting institution in March 1, 1966, a number of key studies were done by and on behalf of George Mason. Each implied greater expansion of and eventual…

university_relations_president_thompson_retires_no_date.pdf
Undated news release from George Mason University Public Relations detailing the retirement of Lorin A. Thompson as President of George Mason University. Though undated this document is most likely to be from June 31, 1973, the date Thomson…
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