The University Bell was enshrined on the former site of President Charles Duncan McIver's home.
The Neo-Black Society was organized.
The University's Latin American summer school, Institute America, was established in El Salvador.
The men's athletic teams joined the Dixie Conference, a Southern athletic organization consisting of schools in North Carolina and Virginia.
Junior high classes in the seventh and eighth grades were phased out at the Curry School.
October - The first documented "panty raid," orchestrated by some of the male students, took place.
Jack Pinnex became the first male editor of the Carolinian.