Levitt Library opened its doors to York College students on November 5, 1969, becoming a focal point to learning on campus. With the ongoing work that is currently taking place in transforming the library into the Levitt Academic Resource Center (LARC), the staff decided it was fitting to throw the building a party with groovy snacks for the students, celebrating some of the great things that came our way in 1969. Highlighted throughout the day are some of the top songs of the year: Sugar, Sugar, Dizzy, Can't Get Next to You, Hooked on a Feeling, and still a favorite today Sweet Caroline. Movies such as Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, True Grit, and The Love Bug were box office hits. Making their television debut was The Johnny Cash Show, The Brady Bunch, and Sesame Street. Bell bottom jeans and tie-dye shirts, the conception of the internet, and of course the first men to land on the moon were all remembered as part of the nostalgia.