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A long walk from parking lot to class- E
ond another college doy begins.
A semester of events l
'GI-Iello, may I take a few minutes of your time? Thank
c'By the way, my name is Mr. Monarch.
L'Oh, does that puzzle you? I do exist, and in essence
I am you and Los Angeles Valley College. Today approxi-
mately 13,000 students, you being one of them. give me life.
In a broader sense I'm the student who has graduated and has
gone to a four-year college and career, the student soon to
leave, the student in midst of education, the student who has
recently enrolled, and the student who will one day call him-
self a Monarch, as you do today.
"Mr. Monarch is a big word. It has to be. for it covers
a lot of territory. For I am not just you. the student, nor the
memories of the past, functions of the present and expectations
of the future, nor am I just buildings and courses offered here.
I am tradition. I'm participation and spirit. So you see. Mr.
Monarch has to be a big word, because it heads everything
that is Valley College.
L'My life started with 400 students in September of 1949.
The campus was small, adjacent to Van Nuys High School.
My needs for expansion were recognized, and a site, 145 acres,
Valley College today, was purchased on Burbank Boulevard.
I started growing. Phase I and II came into View quickly, and
now look at me, Phase III-the Planetarium. Art and Life
Science Building and combined classroom facilities for business.
almost completed and ready to be occupied in the fall semester.
journalism. mathematics. earth science and home economics-
"When you come to think about it. growing pains and 1
expansion are my middle name. It's rewarding to grow and '
to see yourself growing at the same time.
L'Fall. 1962? Didn't that just start yesterday? Those hours
seem like seconds. especially when you're the heart of campus
life, as I am. as you are. It seems as if it were only yesterday
that I started the semester anxiously. and soon Ilm going to
graduate again. Time does fly.
"As I have said before. today approximately 12.500 stu-
dents give me life. Of these, in the day division 2.500 are
freshmen, 2,350 are sophomores. In the evening division 4,700
are freshmen and 2.600 are sophomores. Of the total that give
me life 420 plan to graduate in June. Eighty-five per cent of
the total plan to transfer, and the remaining have terminal
programs. Sixty-four per cent are men and 35 are women,
and one out of every eight is married.
HMV average age is between 18 and 19, and I entered
college from high school. the majority of me from high school
graduated from Grant High School, just around the corner.
"UCLA is the average choice for transfer, but there are
approximately 1,601 students who are undecided as to which j
4-year school to attend. i
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