For the first time in the school's history, student government was operated on a three branch level.
Long Beach State College celebrates its 10th Anniversary at Homecoming by parade down on Ocean Blvd.
Carl McIntosh, gives his acceptance in the Little Theatre.
The Industrial Arts building on lower campus was completed in time for classes.
LBSC has done a great deal to spread knowledge, the size of faculty has grown to 391 full-time members, with 64% of them holding doctorate degrees.
The building is well equipped giving more opportunities for students to study the various fields of engineering.
The college holds a series of lectures in which, Richard Nixon, former vice president of the United States, speaks to a huge crowd of LBSC student's during his campaign for governor of California.
Long Beach State provides 3929 parking spots for its commuting students.
A $25,000 decorative addition now marks and lights the Bellflower campus entrance.
One of the most controversial changes this year has been the change of name from Long Beach State College to California State College at Long Beach. This transition to a new name is also part of the changing college scene.
The campus comes together for a Memorial Service in the central mall, in honor of John F. Kennedy. The choir sang, and President McIntosh delivered a moving and appropriate address.
Three new symbols add to our traditions: the sun and the sea, a book denoting scholarship, and a pick and shovel representing the college's 49er theme.
In mid January a Beechcraft Bonanza crashed on lower campus. Firemen hose down the lower campus volleyball court on which the plane crashed.
The new Physical Education building symbolizes the ancient Greek principle that both a healthy mind a healthy body are requisites for complete intellectual development.
With the addition of several new challenging courses, it now offers a Master’s degree in three different fields, civil, electrical, or mechanical engineering.
Initiated in 1967, as part of an overall expansion on the speech department, Radio 49 airs campus news.
Since President McIntosh took office in 1961, the number of students doubled to 21,000.
Spectators watch President Carl W. McIntosh unveil the Forty -Niner man March 29. The bronze project was sculptured by Ben Barker and sponsored by Circle K.
Enrolling over 22,000 students makes CSCLB the largest campus in the California State College System.
Students took an active interest in the major issues of the day.
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An innovation this year was the plastic identification card. The card saved students from writing their names and numbers countless times.
CSCLB now tallies 32,244 graduates, the retiring College President Carl W. McIntosh conferred degrees to his tenth and final graduating class.