Los Angeles Valley College - Crown Yearbook (Valley Glen, CA)

 - Class of 1962

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VALLEYKS' NEW LIFE continued Up, up and over Along with last year's permanent classroom buildings, four of them, an administration building and a library, the new 1962 buildings begin to give Valley a feeling of finally becoming a college. Camping out days on the Valley campus are "fading away." Promise of more in the future keeps spirits high for those who still crowd into the bungalow area at the corner of Burbank Boulevard and Ethel Avenue. In one more year, Fall '63, the journalism and photography depart- ments will move into a permanent facility. Other departments looking forward to Fall '63 as V-Day are art, mathematics, earth science, home economics and business. Probably one of the most sensa- tional and practical additions will be the planetarium. But all will not be complete until another bond issue is passed. If bonds are passed this J une, then Valley will be assured of a complete permanent college campus. Greater and greater numbers of students enroll at Valley. More than 12,000 registered during the fall semester - 5,000 day and 7,000 eve- ning students. The spring enrollment set a new record again. For 12 years in a row the spring roster went up. There are 410 teachers, 160 day and 250 evening. Guarding against bigness to the detriment of the individual student stands the college president, William J. McNelis. Valley must never lose sight of the importance of the individual, he says. "We are growing very rapidly, but I can assure you that members of the staff will at all times be interested in their students as individualsf'



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y COI'Ltil'LU6d The path to theatrical "All the wor1d's a stage," but Valley has its own special one The Independent party presented such men of distinction as Congress- man James C. Corman, Attorney General Stanley Mosk and State Senator Richard Richards in a series of political forums. The parade of notables does not stop with politicians. The Athenaeum sponsored such well-known persons as Dr. Willard Libby, the Reverend Martin Luther King and Ogden Nash. A new interest in the college has been shown this year by Monarchs in their reaction toward campus publications. The Valley Star, college paper and winner of 14 consecutive all-American awards, found it neces- sary to increase the number of copies printed from 3,000 to 4,500 to keep the paper stands filled. Sceptre, eve- ning magazine, upped its number of pages from 16 to 20. And the Execu- tive Council voted to give Crown, being published for the second year as a magazine-type annual, free of charge to holders of student body cards. entertainment ends in the modermstlc Theater Arts building But most important of all, the cur- riculum at Valley provides an educa- tion for the ambitious students at- tending. This year Valley offered 250 courses in 50 different fields, Dr. Stewart Marsh, dean of curriculum, says. High standards of achievement are evidenced by success of Valley grad- uates, both by those who transfer to four-year colleges and universities and those who prepare for a vocation after obtaining an associate in arts degree. Admission requirements are chang- ing from an "open-door" to a "revolv- ing door," President McNelis says. He was referring to a tightening of academic standards, typical of 1961- 62. Students at Valley respond to this increased demand on their ability by superior achievement. Yes, Los Angeles Valley College is different.

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