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Dear Dr. Capurso,
ln keeping with the basic philosophy of Stanislaus State College and with the
theme of this book, it is with a great deal of pleasure and with a keen sense of
appropriateness that the Associated Students of Stanislaus State College dedi-
cate this, their i964 LEGEND, to you, Dr. Capurso, our new president. No dedi-
cation could be more fitting than to a man who so completely represents the un-
derlying philosophy upon which this college is being constructed and who so
completely exemplifies the theme guiding the publication of this fourth annual
student yearbook-- the education of the whole man.
Your long and distinguished career, capped upon assumption of the presidency
of Stanislaus State College in July of l963, provides the best possible example
of the product the faculty, staff, and students are striving together to shape and
form. This career includes, from a list too long to enumerate completely here,
such accomplishments as Head of the Music Department of the University of Ken-
tucky, Director ofthe Syracuse University School ofMusic, Conductor of the Syra-
cuse Symphony Orchestra, Associate Chairman of the Division ofCreative Arts
of San Francisco State College, and Research Associate ofthe California State
Colleges. Your past career and past and present membershipsin various ed-
ucation, music, psychology, and humanities groups and organizations, onthe
national and local level, form an impressive set of credentials.
With these qualifications and the experience you have obtained throughout
this outstanding career, Stanislaus State College cannot help but attain a position
of envy as an outstanding liberal arts college, predicated on quality rather than
quantity and absolutely dedicated to providing the best and most complete edu-
cation possible -the education required for the formation of the whole man.
We now have our example and guide - Dr. Alexander Capurso, President,
Stanislaus State College, i963 -
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Aims of Liberal Arts - Educating the Whole Man
Implicit in the basic concept of a true liberal arts college is its steadfast
commitment to the education of the whole man. The Humanities, Fine Arts,
Social and Physical Sciences contribute immeasurably toward the attain-
ment of this goal.
The primary obiective and uppermost concern at Stanislaus State Col-
lege is to provide our students with a general and broad educational back-
ground, and at the same time to provide them with enough depth in specif-
ic and practical skills and knowledge to earn their living in their chosen
vocations. In the continuous process of changing and shaping the various
curricular offerings of our college, the faculty and administration strive
with hope and with dedication toward the fulfillment of this happy balance
in higher education.
The education of the whole man encompasses the development of the
mind as well as the body, an appreciation of moral, spiritual and aesthetic
values, and, above all, a sense of awareness concerning his responsibility
to man and society.
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