Oct. 6, 1947: A stylized blue and gold Campanile, and UC President Robert Gordon Sproul, make the cover of Time magazine for a story on Sproul and the unprecedented size and administrative complexity of the postwar UC system. At the time, UC, with 41,451 students, is the largest university in the country. It not only has the Berkeley campus, but UCLA and research/ teaching sites that later will become UC Davis, UC Santa Barbara and UC Riverside.