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ITHIN the expanding university appears a new
attitude and ,approach to higher learning. In
effect, we have a kind of student, a man who
sees college as a means to an end rather than the end
itself, a man whose chosen field is most likely measured
in degree of opportunity, a man who is not content to
simply drift. Where he has seen need, he has spoken up
or has taken direct action. Of tradition and the collegiate
mode of life, he has accepted part, rejected part and de-
veloped still more. This new student has helped design
the New University.
With growth we have mass education. Timing and far-
sightedness are requisite. Efficiency and advance meth-
ods supplant the personal touch. There, the executive
leadership has observed, has taken action and has thus
become symbolic of all that is new.
Finally we have the spirit of the people of state and
nation. Today, they fully realize that education is the
bulwark of our way of life and the foundation for an
even greater America. And they too have taken action.
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HE was the mother of hallowed tradition and the
essence of dignity. With her we spent the best years
of our lives because it was the thing to do and it
meant culture. She was part of the stream of social evo-
lution but the stream was moving slowly. So she was
passive, dormant within the rock-ribbed confines of the
social status quo, left to carry on vainly while a nation
struggled out of economic depression in a world then
succumbing to armed blight. Till then simply ignored,
after the flint was finally struck she was virtually
Unfortunately, it sometimes takes a war. It takes a war
to stop our progress completely that we may better re-
alize just how slowly we had been moving. War provides
an opportunity for us to reflect, evaluate, then resolve.
Out of chaos she awoke. Through an abruptly en-
lightened society she saw life in a new perspective and
as we ventured into a new era, she became, at once, both
a cause and an effect of accelerated social evolution.
Abandoned in the dark of war, she became paramount
in the dawn of peace and prosperity. Assuming her right-
ful position as a leader in this era, she changed and
grew and emerged as the New University.
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