PART ONE - MC PROMOTIONAL
"Thinking free and saying what you think."
"Give and take, dialogue and debate."
"Mutual respect if not always agreement."
"Ultimate questions with no easy answers
"Knowledge and self knowledge."
"The discovery of ideas and ideals that lead to significant living."
"Action and interaction."
"Social consciousness and a conscience."
"A growing place and time for becoming all that you can become."
"Not a multiversity, one doesn't get lost in a crowd..."
Choir singing "By the Kenapocomoco."
PART TWO OF RECORDING, 1972 GRADUATION
James Farmer, Civil Rights Activist, with Dean Howard Book presentating. James Farmer was Race relations secretary with Fellowship of Reconciliation. He was also involved in the labor movement. Author, "Freedom When," Random House, 1966. Recommendation for the Honorary Degree "Honor of Humanities." Conferring of degree by President Helman. 1972
Thurl Metzger receipt of honorary degree. Thurl was actively involved in Heifer Project The degree was granted in 1972.
Robert Miller Stauffer: Conferring of degree, Doctor of Laws. Manager of North Manchester Foundry.