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Zlmrsiiaij. , arch Second, marked the beginning of a weekend of his- torical importance to North Carolina, and of personal importance to the students, faculty, and administration of UNCC On this day a seminar was presented on the subject. " ' Che Urban Uniirrsity ami the Jrts " in which critics and teachers expressed their ideas about the arts in the academic and urban community. A black-tie dinner for the Colvards. scheduled on the same evening, was climaxed with a splendid orchestra, which, among several selections performed a special composition for Dr. LoUaril. written by Dr jams H. Sulctiffe " Academic Jcstival Morch " . Sates Sokusim Svcaiqf— Vhe CUy axd Ike Visual .Arts ' i .X ' Kcivrt Ccm aif—U ' hae Ihe Vei ple , re 12 NMBI MMM
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May of 1963 brought to Charlotte College a charter which declared it a senior college and eligible for state support. Only two years later on March 3 . the North Carolina legisla- ture recognized Charlotte College as the fourth branch of the University, and on July 1 . 1965. the Uhwersity of Sorth Carolina at Charlotte vt as officially born. At a rapid pace. UNC-C began to take form and the A-B-C complex. Administration building. Engineering-Mathematics building and the Union addition were added to the previously standing buildings. The next important step came when the executive committee of the UNC-Board of Trustees authorized UNC-C as a College of Arts and ScieHees. More students attend the University every year and are proud to be a part of it. They know that UNC-C has all the ingredients of distinction: a generously endowed campus, a growing library, a distinguished and creative fac- ulty, an intelligent student body and a growing concern on their part. UNC-C has gradually come from the files of who ' s that to the files of who ' s who! 11
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