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News Release (May 1964)

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Title:
News Release (May 1964)
Alternate Title:
New College News Release, Special to the Houston Post, Sunday Editor: Mr. Campbell Geeslin
Physical Description:
Book
Creator:
New College of Florida
Publisher:
New College of Florida
Place of Publication:
Sarasota, Fla.
Creation Date:
May 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 COLLEGE ) NEWS RELEASE NEW COLLEGE, SARASOTA, FLORIDA FURMAN C. ARTHUR INFORMATION CIAL TO THE llOUSTON POST ITO 1 CAMPBELL GEESLIN S a. otc., .,...la.--r ca.'s riva.t liberal arts college will open in S t its Charter Class ad the tudento' t1r t ver l nth experience v ll un o be the most memorable. The unusual priv te in titution i Nev Coll ge located h r nd it stu nt will be houaec for the fir t sever of thsir col g c c r in the 13-story Thi temporary arraog nt is n c saitat d by tbe construction ti table tor the colle e's ultr dern t C p s. Designed by th int r tionall In the ati e, Sarasota au Hou.ton iovea or Martin beat knovn in Houston for hia dical Tow rs building, baa turned over the 55-rooa dmark to the college to houe the 100 b r Charter Class. In a it1on student fro 30 t tea1 vb.o pte ed tr O'Ye 31000 1 uirl a, vill alA us ot the white sand beach, he ted aw1 1og pool, ircondttione club roo ev n the cocktail lo nge which has been converted to serve milk 1hakea, cok 1 and Student will di in t e clu.1v Five Flags rea ur at ot the rea rt aai t etr host, vho 1 leo a Trust e ot the coll ge, aaya, "W will tr t the ae tt thy ver guests 1n our enthouse ui s." College eei nt George choic ot the Landmark ia ideal a1oc u v:lll not be u.it co plet vbeu t Charter CJ.ua arri s 1 late September.fl H ea1d that taculty m mb ra and tutors v1ll in 1dence 1u the Tower (more)

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BEW COLLEGB ... 2 SPICIAL '1'0 '.rBB HOUSTON POST aDd indicated it will be a wholesome, convenient, interim arrangement. The Gult front resort 1 Just a lO minute drive f-rom th cupua and buses will be provided in the morning aDd at the end of the day tor the a tude at body. Claaroom fac111tiee are beiDa provided at the Collese'a 120 acre baytroat campus adJoiniag Sarasota's tamoue R1ngltas seu... Bw Colle&e, eatabliahed with the cooperation ot the Ualted Chvch of Cbriat ( Coqregatioul) 1 ts dedicated to providtag the highest type of education to a select grou ot 110ti vated, young aea and voD The Charter Clua baa been dra from. the rallU ot the top atudant1 throughout the couotey. Over 70 perce :t are ta the top teath of their class bile aome 20 perceot are their claaa valedictortaDB. Ia adcUtion, there are asplriQI acienttata, vrtten, choell editors, leader ot their student gaYer nt aDd athletes. lach youngster vtll be broadly educated in tbe liberal arts, ac1encea, octal studies &ad vtll be given an opportunity to pursue his or her i11C11vidual interests under tutoriD& and vith the guidance aad stimulation of 1nap1rat1onal faculty meabers. first appointee to the faculty is world reDOVll8d biator1a Araold J. Toynbee vbo Vill be v1e1t1aa proteaaor of Hiatory tor the Charter Clua. Dr. FtllmoN Santard, Protea1or ot PaycboloQ and tonaer Cba1n&D ot the Depart11aat, at the Uaiveraity ot Teus, ia to be Bev College' Deaa ot the Divi&tou ot Social Scieaee1. Hie aoa, Tom Santord 11 a me lber ot the Cha:'ter Claae. Ba4el.a in additioa to 1erv1ce a lev College trustee, 1 a leader ia the redevelopmellt ot Sarasota alld ta a director ot ita ceatral area proJect, Sarasota :Baytroat Ceater. He baa beea actt"t'e ta HoU8tOD cine affaire alld baa aernd aa chatnau ot the board ot St. Hospital, board ber ot Uaited Pu aad Boya Harbor, and COcbairmaa ot the Houetoa Chapte1" ot the llat1oaal Coratereace ot Chr1et1au aDd Jeva. I


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