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This has been a year of rapid growth and change here at OSC. We grew in facilities and in size; we made academic advancements; we put a more mature system of student government into operation; we made large social and cul- tural strides, and we took a first big step towards expanding our horizons to the international level. The first thing that we were all aware of was, of course, moving into the new Letters and Science building. Once this hectic process was completed, we began the business of finding our way in the maze of halls and corridors and adjusting to the obstinate escalators and the fickle machines on the patio. Then came the host of visitors and the various dedication ceremonies. Almost before the last handshake had faded from memory, the sounds of construction echoed again — and the next building (Speech-Music- Drama), was underway. Then came the students. Lured by the already strong reputation of OSC for academic excellence, over 3,500 of them were present when the first roll was called. This, of course, meant that more teachers and new administrative leaders were needed. Along with the increase in size came many academic advancements. A large number of new courses were added to the curriculum; and wait- ing for students in the new building were a number of technological improvements (particu- larly in the way of scientific materials and instru- ments). In addition to this, OSC began the development of its first four post-graduate study programs. A new system of government, patterned after the federal structure, was established by your student body officers. It called for a separate sen- ate, judiciary, and executive branches. A Presi- dential board of commissioners worked with the executive branch. On the whole, I feel that this new system has worked rather well and that it has set the tone for a more clearly organized pattern of duties and responsibilities. This was also the year when we moved into our first student body office; the year we had a full time staff with Bob Roland as business manager and Carol Cogswell as secretary; the The President Speaks year of the cafeteria, and the year of the TUB. The latter, with its pool table, soft lights, and juke-box, quickly became a favorite spot for rest and rationalization and soon had earned a very special position in the eyes of many students. On the social front, the growth was happily evident to most of us. We scheduled more dances than ever before and, particularly in the cases of the " Howdy Hop, " the " Homecoming " and " Leap Year " dances and, of course, the " Spring Formal, " they were well received by everyone who attended. This was also the year of our first freshman class (and who can say that they haven ' t brought a dash of spirit to the campus?), our first dormitory facilities, and the largest group of homecoming activities we have ever had (including a bonfire rally and a parade through downtown Fullerton). Cultural activities were also given a big boost this year. We saw our first foreign film series, a larger newspaper and literary maga- zine, an expanded music and drama program, a noon series of record-lectures and a number of fine arts programs. We sounded a note of things to come this year by establishing our first graduate student overseas (Edith Emery at Heidelberg). In addition, we have a number of foreign students now attending OSC. It has been, in short, a big year, a year of memories, but more importantly a year of pro- gress; it was the year when OSC broke out of the " small " college category and sounded a bold note of things to come. For my own part, I can only say that it has been my distinct pleasure to serve as your As- sociated Students president this year and to be able to participate in this year of growth. But whatever we have accomplished, it has only been done through your help and co-operation. We have, through this team work, done a great deal — and it is only the beginning. Sincerely Yours, James Peterson A.S. President 1963-1964 10
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Tom Carey, as A.S. Vice-President per- forms the duties of the President in his absence, serves as parliamentarian at all meetings of the Student Council, is re- sponsible for the actions ' of the AS Com- missioners and succeeds the President when he is no longer able to perform his duties. Betty Eakin, serving as A.S. Secretary, is responsible for taking accurate notes of all Student Council meetings and seeing that those minutes are available to Coun- cil members, faculty advisors and inter- ested students. She also handles official correspondence of the Student Council and organizes and files material pertain- ing to student affairs. Vic Hausmaninger, A.S. Treasurer, is re- sponsible for A.S. funds. He serves as chairman of the Finance Commission and is ex officio member on all joint commis- sions and committees that spend or collect A.S. funds. 11
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