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News Release (May 3, 1964)

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Title:
News Release (May 3, 1964)
Alternate Title:
New College, Sarasota, Florida, Special to the Sarasota Herald Tribune, For Release: Sunday, May 3, 1964
Physical Description:
Book
Creator:
New College of Florida
Publisher:
New College of Florida
Place of Publication:
Sarasota, Fla.
Creation Date:
May 3, 1964

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Subjects / Keywords:
History -- New College (Sarasota, Fla.)
Planning -- New College (Sarasota, Fla.)
Records and correspondence -- New College (Sarasota, Fla.)
Genre:
government publication (state, provincial, terriorial, dependent)   ( marcgt )
News release
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Sarasota

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Two page news release.
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New College of Florida
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NEW COL!..FC" .loriu Special to the Sarasota Herald Triuun For el ase: Sunday, y 3, 1964 v -'rhe chart r class of College can be favor bly -with the entering class of any college in the nation, s id Dean of Admissi n o crt J. rorwinc, a h .returned thi week from meeting of tho Florida Association of Admissions Officers, Registrars and Counselors in l1iami. He said t t while 1n i mi he ad been b_e o t o other Florida coll g, univ rsity and secondary school official that more than 70 per c nt of those tudents accepted d te are in th top 10 r cent of their gr duating cl sses. 11What p a e m ven mor i th type of student we are get tin or our first c They r int lligent, s their cla 1 d rship demonstrates, but al o they re active students who are 1 ad rs in otber ctivitie who are well e d nnd ere tive, too." He sa'd t a on. trait found among a.l o the charter cla s i the spirit of adventure w ich 1 to ccidc on ew Coll g ov r o o older and more well known colleges and univ rsiticw. swarthmore, Smith, Harvard, ntanford, aocliffe, IT, and w re a fc\'1 Dean Norwine mentioned. more

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page 2 Ne\'1 College "This class of stud nts, he said, "reflect very definit rend Th y have cho n i titution over a mor e t blished on bee u e 'hey r m p1nq th dcci ion that there is mor 09por L.Uni for l.ndi vidual d veloJ..Xn n t. Dean N(rwi e aad t t n coo 'ng cl e o tudents tod y hat reli nee on istic i re tiv ly me ningles 11o;Jtatistic lly, w have an exc !lent clas of youn st if we look at their rank in cla their test scores, and other common yardstick "Qu<4litatively, thou> e h vc uperb cla of young men nd wom n We could have selected our tudent from th top one per c nt of gra uating classeQ, but we have look for the elusive element in ach--tru ot v tion--which we have promis d from the inc ption of t.c collcg My ex crienc in ju in young nand wom n II id the de n 11t 11 e h t w hav fo nd th 11


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