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TO THE MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1981: One of the greatest joys of serving as Acting President is being able to congratulate you on your graduation from Barnard. Having fulfilled Barnard ' s degree requirements, you should feel proud of what you have accomplished — of having satisfied the tests of a rigorous undergraduate liberal arts program. You should go forward armed with the sense that you are well prepared for the next stages of your careers and confident of your ability to meet life ' s future demands. You should be buoyed too, by the realization that Barnard ' s alumnae have and will distinguish themselves in a variety of ways and that you now join the ranks of a proud and successful group of women who will be your friends and colleagues for life. While your experiences at the College are necessarily individual, you also share a common experience. You have been blessed with college years in a world of relative peace, though not necessarily tranquility. Yours were the years of economic pressures, energy shortages and most recently of Americans being held hostage in Iran. I cannot foresee what the future shaU bring, but I know that your Barnard experience will shape your approach to future events. We hope that you will cherish your years here, and that you will continue to learn from and hold fast to the intellectual and human standards which the College seeks to foster. We hope too, that you will remain interested in the College and that you know that the College shall maintain its concern for you. Most of all, we wish you peace, happiness, good health, good fortune, and personal success. Sincerely, Ellen V. Futter Acting President
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best of times, worst of times, age of wisdom, age of foolishness, epoch of beUef, epoch of increduHty, season of Hght, season of darkness, spring of hope, winter of despair. — Charles Dickens " A Tale of Two Cities "
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5 Michael I. Sovern, A.B., L.L.B., L.L.D. Seventeenth president, Columbia University Inaugurated September 28, 1980 succeeding William J. McGill
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