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Alumni News (Undated)
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The Phoenix Presents: Alumni News
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THE NEW COLLEGE PHOENIX vv .. ""Rz5S U B RI\R'l The PHOENIX Presents: Alumni News Class of 1967 Class Correspondents: Maureen (Spear) and Dennis Kezar, School of Theology, University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee 37375. Mimi Cosgrove 264 7 Linwood aples. Florida 33940 Mimi wrote in February that she is now at the University of Miami doing graduate study in the field of education. She will be a teacher intern in the Teacher Corps Program until July 1971 and plans to be in Miami all summer. Sp. 4 Timothy Dunsworth 470-56-5403 A Company, 656th Eng. Bn. APO, New York 09081 Tim wrote recently from Germany, where he is now posted, "Thank you for sending the recent Alumni News. It was indeed of interest to me. After a year at Yale, I withdrew and spent the summer travelling at my ease by plane and motorcycle, and then entered the army in October. After basic training at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, I was posted to Germany. I am currently working as a map compiler at a post in Schwetzingen, Germany, a small town in the Heidclberg/Mannheim area. I have not travelled as much as I had hoped to, but I still enjoy being in Germany very much and I anticipate a pleasant tour of duty until my 'ETS' in October of 1971. Beyond that date I have no plans Nancy (Clayton) Giese (Mrs. Alan C.) Tuslog Det 48-1 APO, ew York 09254 A son, Scott. weighing 8 pounds 8 ounces, wa born on January 26 to Fay and Alan Giese They have a daughter. Kim, one year and nine months old. Carol (Worby) Holder (Mrs. Owen B., Jr.) 2149 F Street La Verne California 91750 ews from the Holders received in January is that Bud is studying for the degree of Master of Fine Arts in Sculpture at Claremont Graduate SchooL while Carol is a Lecturer in English at the California State Polytechnic College in Pomona. Pauline Jung II 00 Clove Road Staten Island, ew York 10301 Pauline is now the cataloguer in the library at Staten Island Community College She expects to start soon on her second masters. in Literature. having received her M.S. in Library Science from the University of orth Carolina in August 1968. Maureen (Spear) and Dennis Kezar Reported at Christmas that their "reproductiort their eighteen month old son "is really becoming a little boy walking talking and generally getting into trouble Denise Miller 166 Gravel Street C-21 Meriden. Connecticut 06054 Denny wrote in teaching fourth grade, inner city (black), in ew Haven. Have release time days a week) to visit schools in EdCom (formerly CBS Creative Playthings) Social Studies project evaluation, revision.'' Tim Dunsworth writes Denny "is currently living in her own apartment in Meriden, Connecticut and teaching in the public system in New Haven. She has discovered in the past year, to her surprise and plea ure, that she is quite a good teacher. She keeps busy with night education courses and her work on a new social studies curriculum she is helping to develop in the New Haven schools." Vicki (Pearthree) and Charles F. Raeburn Vernon Street ew Haven, Connecticut 06519 The Raeburns reported in January "Charlie will take the New York Stale Bar Exam in July after graduation from Yale Law School. He will then be associated with the Wall Street Law Firm of Breed, Abbott & Morgan, 1 Chase Manhattan Plaza. ew York, New York 10005. Vicki is in her second year of Graduate School at Yale. in Cognitive Psychology. She will be a teaching assistant this Spring in the Under-Graduate Section of Human Learning. Scott Rattet 536 Judah Avenue San Francisco, California 94122 Timothy Dunsworth wrote that Scott i working in the Post Office Department in San Francisco and is taking night classes at local state schools ''as opportunities present themselves.'' David Rollow 1870 Queensway Chamblee Georgia 30005 David has just had published a long short story which also has been sold to the movies. He was to have started on the script for the motion picture in December. Entitled "Dean and Frieda.'' the story was published by Bantam Books in an anthology of work by young writers under the auspices of the Associated Writing Program. Directed by Critic and novelist R. V. Cassill of Brown University, the program is an organization that links active writing programs in the country. The anthology, "lntro o. 2.'' is the second volume of collected works by young writers. Now at Cornell University, where he has held a teaching assistancy for two years. David ha earned the Master of Fine Arts degree in writing and is at work on hi Ph. D. In addition he has just completed another work a 325-page novel, on which he worked for three years. Thomas R. Todd 84 Howe Street, Apartment 203 ew Haven, Connecticut 06511 Tom took off two days from his studies at Yale Law School, from which he expects to graduate in J unc. to attend Ills second meeting last December as a member of the Board of Trustees of ew College In an interview at that time by the Sarasota Herald-Tribune Tom said "he believes that half of his job as a Trustee of New College is to communicate what the Trustees think and why, to the students. The process works both ways. The students are able to approach me more easily to give me their own viewpoints. That's good. because there is never enough contact between students and trustees." Tom is interested in practicing Corporate, Estate and Tax Law He is now working part time for a New Haven Law firm doing research and "like it." Class of 1968 Class Correspondent: Jerrold L. eugarten, 6 Hurlbut Street, Cambridge Massachusetts 02138. Betsy (Ash) and Kenji Oda 3451 Lake Street, No 302 Falls Church, Virginia 22041 Kenji wrote in January "Just for those who haven't heard, we got married June '69 in Sarasota. We are living in an apartment in a commuter suburb of Washington, D.C. Betsy's teaching (3rd Grade). I put my B .A. to good u e by accepting a position at the local Burger Chef, but I quit a couple of weeks ago when they told me I had a real future there Right now I'm about to start work1ng as a tax-return Consultant. There's not much else to tell. except that we're the parents or Octuplets, and they're all named eugy." Edna (Walker) and S. Lawrence Paulson 48 Hill Street. Apartment 9B Morristown, New Jersey 07960 Lauric wrote in January "I'm copy desk chief for Morris County's Daily Record a 40,000 daily paper published here 111 Morri town. Edna is a laboratory technician at nearby Allied Chemical Corp. We don't like this apartment. We're planning to visit Iceland this summer." Edwin H. Schuck, Ill Washington University School of Medicine 660 South Euclid Avenue St Loui, Mis omi 63110 Pat's rather. Dr. Edwin H. Schuck, Jr., wrote in December "Pat is doing well in

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med1cal school. I believe he become datly more nostalgtc about l11s un1que 1 ew College under-graduate experience." Cheryl (McWhorter) Star (Mrs. William J.) 6426 South We t 30th Street M1am1. Florida 33155 Cheryl report 1 am currently working as Ass1. tan! Music Librarian at the Un1vers1ty uf Miami. completing some cducatwn <.:our es for my certification to kach MathematiCS, and am domg various symphony jobs both here in Miami and also 111 Ft. Lauderdale Although I enjoy the library work. l am anxious to begin teach1ng. especially the Junior High School level. By September L hope to be teach111g math 111 the public schools. and music lessons on a private basi ." Cia of 1969 Cia Correspondent: ancy Orr. 1038 Post Avenue. Holland Michigan 49423 Lawrence H. Dunlap, Jr. 1315 Quarry Lane Lancaster Pennsylvania 17603 "llal Dunlap writes that he's 'plugging away' at Dartmouth and playing tag (no bases)' with his draft board ." He doesn't feel he's making much news. Nancy (Flatter) and Steven W. Hall 302 Harvard Street Cambridge, Mas achusetts 02138 Steve was one of three students entering the Harvard University Graduate School of Bu iness Administration last September. to be awarded a J Spencer Love Fellowship. This two-year study program lead to the degree of Master in Business Administration, in 1971. Gary M. Moriello 3011 Heath Avenue. Apartment 20 Bronx, New York 10463 Gary Moriello i "half done with my first year field placement from Smith and doing well. Psychiatric Social Work still getting harder and harder. .. '' He doesn't feel he's making news. but writes "New York City is both great and terrible at the same time." Richard F. Ogburn 142 South West 52nd Terrace Ft. Lauderdale. Florida 33314 Dick Ogburn writes 'Tm in Graduate School at the Center for Latin American Studies. U.F., pursuing an inter-disciplinary Masters in Latin American studies with emphasis on the economics and politics of underdevelopment. As chairman (and only official) of the latin American Colloquium, a group funded by the Center, but run by and for graduate students. I am responsible for inviting and arranging b1-monthly speakers on topics ntE NEW COLLEGE PHOENIX related to research in/on Latin Amenca today ." He also says "routine and superfulous reqUirements leave him free to cultivate many extra-curricular activities.'' Nancy Orr ancy reports "I have begun some Education courses at Hope College here in Holland." CLASS NOTES Cia of 1970 Kit Arbuckle and Sharon Shelton, both ew College tudents who will graduate in June. plan to be married in July in Washington State. Kit has just returned from several months in India where he has been studying religious philosophies of that country. While at ew College Kit ha been an active member of the ew College Student Speakers Bureau Following graduation he plans to continue his studies in the field of theology and to become a minister. George Duffee-Braun and his wife, Linda, became the parents of a baby boy, Patrick Scott, on January 8. George will graduate from ew College in March. He is in charge of the Student Management Sy tem on Campus. Zelia Ellshoff left ew College Campus in December to be at the New York Botanical Gardens through March, where she is working as part of an Independent Study Project. There she will gain some valuable experience in botanical work and knowledge necessary to make a real start on the New College Herbarium. One of the purposes of Zelia's study is to be able to start a good working ccllcction in New College's own herbarium. She says "Specimens can be traded with other institutions or gardens to result in a good collection of Florida fauna." Zelia, who is majoring in biology with strong emphasis on botany, is performing the work of herbarium assistant at the Gardens to gain technical experience and knowledge in museum operation and management, taxonomic work, and the preparation for filing of new species. She plans to graduate in June and hopes to train another to assume care of the herbarium after her departure. Barbara Reeves' range of activities at ew College are many. A musician who studies serious music, she is also a composer of original work. She has been a volunteer in the student program tutoring disadvantaged youngsters, a member of the Student Speakers Bureau, and a member of the student yearbook staff. As a member of the Student Speakers Bureau for two years, she has addressed local clubs and organillltwns on economic and govern men tal topics. as well as on ew College She has also been assisting the Admissions Office with student recruitment for the class which will enter in the Fall of 1970. Barbara, a clarinetist, was a New College Summer Music Festival student last year. Although an original composition of hers. 'very modern," was performed as part of the humanities core program for first year students, she prefers the baroque period and started playing in a campu chamber music group last year. Campus newsboy (for the New York Times and an area newspaper). photographic model, library reference assistant are some of the many jobs she does to make money for graduate school where she hopes to major in economics. She plans to graduate from New College in June. DAVID PINI REPORTS FROM 1HE CAMPUS Mark Berenson and Glenda Cimino have recently gone with a group of five hundred young people to Cuba to cut sugar cane. Lee Crawfort is now studying computer technology in Lexington, Kentucky. Jeff Jordan is finishing his alternative service in a Los Angeles, California County Hospital. Ron Kronenberg has been written up in the March, 1970 issue of the Atlantic Monthly. The article concerns his work with computer Markus Kruesi is now attending Columbia College in Chicago, Illinois where he is studying Media. Charity (Rowland) and John O'Neil stopped by the campus for a vi it recently on their way to California where they will be living. Duane Sweeney is studying at a Zen Monastery in Rochester, N.Y.


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