Saturday, November 7, 2015

Recognizing IVC's past, part 3

Fall 1991
Fall 1992
Fall 1993

     (Since President Roquemore has evidently decided to scrub the college of its past, we're countering by splattering some old images of the college and its community all over this blog.)


Yet another Emigdio Vasquez cover

Here's my favorite element of this particular Schedule of Classes. Firearms!
"Firearms" and "Advanced Firearms" were offered by Administration of Justice.
(We still have an AOJ program, but we no longer offer these courses. Not sure about knitting.)

Mas often expressed his peculiar notions about the fairer sex


FALL 1992 Schedule of Classes:


Be sure to check out A brief history of IVC’s Presidency (à la LA Times)
For more old pics, see also IVC’s Pinterest page: IVC then and now
Remembering the old Clock Tower: The replacement Clock Tower adventure


Anonymous said...

I didn't know we once had a Women's Resource Center. What happened to it?

Anonymous said...

Cool photo of a young Vince Cooper!

Roy Bauer said...

Re Women's Resource Center: as I recall, English Prof Richard Prystowsky spearheaded it. He left c. 2000. Don't recall why it disappeared. It was vibrant, at least for a while.

Anonymous said...

I like the picture of the train. The SOCCCD Gravy Train!

Anonymous said...

I guess it's cool if you're a VC fan...

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