George Mason University – Center of the Campus Including George Mason Statue, Fountain Lane, Johnson Center, Robinson Hall, and David King Hall

Statue of George Mason

Clock in the center of the George Mason University campus

George Mason University – Fountain Lane

David King Hall constructed in 1982, designed by the firm of Hubert L. Jones

Thompson Hall

George W. Johnson Learning Center constructed in 1996

George W. Johnson Learning Center

The center of the George Mason University is the intersection of Fountain Lane and the east-west concourse running down to Enterprise Hall in one direction and the original buildings of the campus and Fenwick libary in the other direction.  In the center is the clock tower.  Flanking Fountain Lane are the Johnson Center, Robinson Hall and David King Hall.  At the end of Fountain Lane is a statue of George Mason and both the Laski Center for the Performing Arts and Harris Theater and the Mason Pond parking deck.

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~ by americanpresidents on September 4, 2010.

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