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' ohc Rc ' cjisfrar ' s ' ' So £ont] ' " Oo ' dde Senior Class of ' 60 With the passing from these walls of each succeeding class, I have said so long to a maj ority of them by word over the counter, by letter and sometimes by telephone in connection with calls that had a business overtone. This year, I have decided to take the present method to reach the class as a whole. And it must be " so long " , not good-bye, for the young folk in the Fayetteville State Teachers College Class of ' 60 are beginning, not ending a fruitful profession life — the fulfillment of perhaps their fondest dream. Lenna M. Means Registrar B.S.- -South Carolina A.M. College Oo 5fie Senior Class of 1960 Congratulations on your graduation, and best wishes in your future undertakings. Arthur J. Pindle Business Manager B.S. --Hampton Institue 32iveweU Qveetings to ' 6fie Class of 1960 It is a pleasure to congratulate you and wish you God- speed as you leave these familiar surroundings to meet the challenge of the world outside. Your Library Staff hopes that you have taken advantage of the services offered by the Chesnutt Library and that you go forth with the inner re- sources which come from much reading. Remember that the best teachers are those who are lifetime readers and each of us has it in his power to go on growing throughout his life, by pu rsu i ng the reading habit. Remember, too, that wherever you go librarians are always willing and anxious to help you with all your reading problems, personal and professional. Good luck and good reading through all the years to come! Alice A. Jackson, Librarian 8 M.S.- -Columbia University
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So ffi e senior class Dr. Lafayette Parker, Dean Congratulations to you who are now joiningthe world of work and service. It is our hope that you will be as diligent in your efforts to secure and hold appropriate positions as to finish the academic require- ments for such.
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m Upon your Qraduafion The prognosis for the future is favorable for you-- Class of 1960. Since every life activity has direction, your graduation offers me felicity in challenging another one of your life-fulfillments. From all of your learning and your knowledge of learning, remember that all learning has three relationships, aspects, or effects which operate simul- taneously. One is to the self, a second is to others in the immediate environment, and the third is to the larger world or universe of which the interacting individuals are mem- bers. What one believes or does toward others, and what one conceives as his place in the great universe are de- pendent upon what he is to himself. In your progressive movement toward the Good Life, you must continuously improve the quality of the meanings which constitute the self. The various c u r ri cula at the college have prepared you for a contribution and a respon- sibility. Those of us who will be working with the youth of the world should strive to: " Draw back the veil over their eyes Lift the curtain which covers their minds Break the emotional seals of their childhood years Release the capacity with which they are endowed Teach them the process of their emerging selves And thus, bring into being a better world Exemplifying the glory of your God, whoever He may be Througn the human, creative intelligence of man " L. T. Hopkins Keep the forward look I Charles D. Sanders, Dean of Men M. Ed. --Springfield College Bon Voyage to ide Class of 1960 A bon voyage greeting to the class of 1960 is especially fraught with sentiment for me because I remember vividly that we were " green freshmen " together. You were no more frightened than I as we both began careers at F.S.T.C. I become nostalgic as I remember the excitement of learning and discovering together, of the good times, of the mistakes, and of the immeasurable assistance you gave me and con- tinued to give. You are graduating at the beginning of a new decade with a promise of new experiences and changes. As you join the ranks of Fayetteville Alumni, may you never forget to be loyal to your Alma Mater and its precepts, to responsibly participate in your communities, to practice wholesome individuality versus static conformity, and to rise above mediocrity and reach excellence. Carolyn McDew, Dean of Women M. A. -- Syracuse University
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