The first year of College - and how opposition developed from within. After all, would you say it was a college that finally swung open its door to students the 8th of October, 1947? There were only four students! There were no dormitories - no place for students to be in residence on the original little "campus" of 1 3/4 acres. We had some books and encyclopedias on shelves in the one room that served as music room, assembly room, library, study room and lounge - but no real college library. There was no gymnasium, no track or athletic field. WHY Smallest Beginning. I suppose many people would laugh at the idea of dignifying that by the name "college." But there is a reason why it had to begin that small.
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