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timately associated with lilie in a vast and unique city, you have had
an educational experience that will prove to be fundamental to the
varied careers that you will choose.
I-Iowever, to meet the demands ol' our present, dynamic civilization,
you will find in the years ahead that you will utilize all that you have
learned here plus all that you will learn in either further formal study
or in continuing self-education. The point of no return does not eXist
today in any individuals continuing educational program.
Not long ago the world consisted of many diverse nations relatively
independent of each other in their thinking and ways of life. Now a
man can speak in one country and within hours the echo of his words
reverberates around the globe. A deed which not many years ago
would have remained unheralded for weeks or months can now almost
instantly initiate an international crisis. Ignorance of the culture of a
country in which we seek to trade may cause incidents that create with
unbelievable rapidity both distrust and hostility. Modern programs of
meeting human needs and recent inventions, ranging between such
disparate opposites as do-it-yourself devices and automation, are calling
for new kinds of skills and training, as well as a re-appraisal of our
philosophy of life and means of attaining happiness.
Ahead of each of you lies a marvelous opportunity for exploring
new territory, for pioneering in the discovery and control of the worldls
wonders and hazards, and for playing, I believe successfully, your own
individual roles as citizens. I wish you the best of success, and I hope
that all of you will keep in touch with your Alma Mater so that we
may continue to be of mutual help to each other.
CARROLL V. NEWSOM