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Former Congressman Becomes New George Mason Rector

Former Congressman Becomes New George Mason Rector

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Former Congressman Tom Davis is the new rector of George Mason University. The Vienna Republican represented several Northern Virginia jurisdictions in the U.S. House of Representatives for seven terms. Davis (pictured) is a 1975 graduate of the UVA Law School and has been on the George Mason Board of Visitors since last year.

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