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News Release (July 20, 1967)

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Title:
News Release (July 20, 1967)
Alternate Title:
Special to the Herald-Tribune, For Use: Thursday, July 20, 1967
Physical Description:
Book
Creator:
New College of Florida
Publisher:
New College of Florida
Place of Publication:
Sarasota, Fla.
Creation Date:
July 20, 1967

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

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Three page news release.
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New College of Florida
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SPF.CIAL TO TIE HERALD-TRIBUNE FOR US : THURSDAY, .TULY 20, 1967 GRADUATI O!LY A ECINNI G W th gradu tion S turday morning in Hamilton Center, the New College campus will be atripp d of all of ita student and many of its f culty for th next ix weeks--but still th r will b uch activity. For we ks, while repar tiona h vc b en made for the graduation of the fir t tud nts, other work has been going on to prep re for th welc ing of th fourth nt ring class in S ptemb r. Dr. Peter F. Buri, Chairman of the Divl ion of Natural Science, head a c ittee planning an Orientation Week pro ra for the new atudents September 4. ew De n of tudents Dr. George w. Petri u t pl n for taking over his duties in September and present Dean Robert J. Norwine ia gradually effecting the transition even as he begins making plans for the next class of atudenta, to enter in 1968. Su ertime is publications time on campu and bein prepared at this time are the fourth edition of the New Colle e catalog in its traditional poeketbook size, a atudent handbook to guide new students aa they arrive on campua. and a atudent picture book to acquaint faculty with the new atudent body. aore

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NEW COLLEGE Page 2. FACULTY RETURN GREETED To the hearty applau e of his fellow faculty embers, Dr. John w. French. Coll ge Exa iner and professor of psychology, returned to his first faculty eting since be vas injured in the era h of a light plane at Chapel Hill, .c. on Hay 10. He said he expects to rea e his official activities gradually as his str ngth returns. '8 SS CHOT FOR lED Makin their first appearance together at the Saturday Co enc e t and al o t eir coneludin one as a group. will be the New Cell e Bra Choir. Whil all of its mber have b en pr ctietng together nd p rformin vitb other roups. they play to ether for the Commencem nt activities for the fir t time and then will disband. ince three of the memb ra will be graduating. Members of the first charter class playing in the g oup are Paul Ukleja, trumpet; Ja Frisch, French horn; and Henry L. Tho s, trombon Filling in th other two aeot in th choir re Dr. Jon R. Culbertson, assistant professor of biology, trombone; and Deane t. Root, econd year tud nt, tru pet. Th group will play six n b rs durin the co enee ent activitie -more-

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!W COLLEGE 3. SPECIAL ACTIVITIES Graduating eniors, with their baccalaureate cxardnationa out of the wa have three vente in the n Jtt three days of sr cial significance to the Tonight (Thursday), th emb r of the fir t Charter Cl s have arranged a speci 1 dinner in H milton C nt r witll their gu sts to be President and Mra. John El endorf. Friday night, the gr du tin s tudent their parents and friends will he welco111ad at a reception in Ra ilton C ter at 8t00 p. S turday morning 18 the culmination of their college careers aa they rec ive their diplo a at ceremonie beginning t 9:30 a.m. tud nt t d a i ple graduation cere ony with no formal aeade ic robes for th s lves. A unique part of the c re ony will be a readin of ever 1 written by mem er of the gr dust ng,elas bout th ir eoll g live The formal ddre at the requ t of the students, will be by re id nt Elm ndorf. 30 -


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