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County's First College Becomes Reality
County's First College Becomes Reality
TitleCounty's First College Becomes Reality
Date1959-09-13
SubjectOpening
Original sourceSanta Cruz Sentinel
RepositoryCabrillo College Archives
Copyright statementCopyright Santa Cruz Sentinel, all rights reserved. Used with permission.
TypeNewspaper articles
Format15w x 22h inches
Identifiersc01_1c.tif
TextCounty's First College Becomes Reality Cabrillo coiild be called a "do-it-yourself" college in many ways. Here three students are shown painting the interior of the new student center. They are, left to right: Bob Haley, 18, son of Rev. and Mrs. William Haley, 5321 Soquel drive, Soquel; Joan Pope, 17, Watsonville, and Leta Kinard, 18, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kinard, Aptos. The students have fixed up the interior of their own center under the direction of Director of Activities Jack Snyder. Final details for tomorrow's opening of Cabrillo college are discussed at the right by President Robert Swenson (right), his secretary, Mrs. Robin Green, and Lee Harris, business manager for the new junior col lege. Three students become acquainted in the lower photo as they chat over a Coke following registration last week. They are (left to right): Bob Pavlovich, 18, Watsonville; Elaine Tibbitts, 18, Watsonville, and Barbara Butcher, 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Butcher, 123 McCornick avenue. Floyd Younger, director of instruction at newly-formed Cabrillo college, receives a preview from Dr. Joseph Raymond(standing), modern language department, on how students will learn to speak other tongues via recorded tapes and other electronic wonders. The college will have the latest audio equipment to aid in the teaching of foreign languages. Malby Roberts (right), director of counseling, aids two students during the registration at Cabrillo college last week. More than 400 students are expected to attend the junior college during day and evening sessions. The two students are: Jack Brooks, 25, 365 Bethany drive, and Sarajane Gans, 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don B. Facciolla, 4300 Opal Cliffs drive.
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