Oral History Interview with Senator Charles S. Robb

When the George Mason University School of Law (now known as the Antonin Scalia Law School) graduated its first class on August 23, 1980, the featured keynote speaker was then-Lieutenant Governor, Charles S. Robb. Lieutenant Governor Robb spoke for about 20 minutes. Robb began his speech by praising the university Continue Reading

GMU Yearbooks now online!

Forty-eight yearbooks chronicling the history of George Mason University have been added to our digital collections! Thanks to the WRLC Yearbook Project, all of our hardbound yearbooks are scanned and online. The yearbooks date from 1965 to 2012 and are fully searchable. To search the text of all of the Continue Reading

GMU Arlington Campus History

A few weeks ago SC&A prepared a presentation on the history of the Arlington campus as part of a celebration and open house for the latest addition to the campus: Founders Hall. While Mason as a whole has a rather brief history, the acquisition and development of the Arlington campus Continue Reading