Ambassador begins 33rd year, reinstitutes four-year programAmbassador begins 33rd year, reinstitutes four-year program
Worldwide News Staff   

PASADENA - Ambassador College launched its 33rd academic year here Aug, 27. Raymond McNair, deputy chancellor of the college, pointed out that in the fall of 1978 the college's founder and chancellor, Herbert W. Armstrong, told the students that the college would continue - if the students showed by their conduct that they would do all they could to make Ambassador God's college. Mr. McNair said that last year's students did just that, and Ambassador is opening the 1979-80 year with high hopes of maintaining the standards that Mr. Armstrong originally set and still demands for the college. New beginnings for Ambassador. Speaking to the college faculty Aug. 21 in Tucson, Ariz. (see article, page 8), Mr. Armstrong said that this year marks new beginnings for Ambassador College.

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Publication Date: August 27, 1979