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News Release (March 2, 1967)

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Title:
News Release (March 2, 1967)
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New College News Release, Special to the Herald-Tribune For Use March 2, 1967, New College News Column
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Book
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New College of Florida
Publisher:
New College of Florida
Place of Publication:
Sarasota, Fla.
Creation Date:
March 2, 1967

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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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Four page news release.
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COLLEGE NEWS RELEASE NEW COLLEGE, SARASOTA, FLORIDA FURMAN C ARTHUR INFORMATION SPECIAL TO THE REltALD.:.ftUUNE for uae March 2, 1967 NEW COLLEGE NEWS COLUMN Parents of students of all three classes at New Coll ge have be n invited to campus for a sp cial program of activities on the weekend b ginning March 17th. This is the fir t of vhat w1l1 b c annual w ekenda to introduce parents to the college, to acquaint theu: with ita ducational progr and also a chance for them to visit with their sons and daughter Beginning with a program after dinner on Friday, the w kend con-tinues through Sunday afternoon. The Friday program will be a panel diacuasiou among students on "The Contemporary College Student." MOd rating the discussion will be President John Blllandorf. Saturday will b r served for a morning coffe general eating of all p rents, an open houa p cial exhibits and a sailing regatta. In the even-in a banquet will be h ld at which Dr. Elmendorf will giv a sp eial addre and stud ta will ntertain for the parents. After a Sunday morning ruerved for church services, coeds will engage faculty wives tn a renewal of their annual softball g 1118 to end the we kend. Invitations have gone out to parmta in so forty state * -more-

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COLLEGE NEWS COLUMN Page 2 Professor Paul Wolfe has plans well uner vay for the third New Colle e Su r u ic Festival, to be held thi year fr June 11 to July 2 Each year, bee use of ita success, th Festival has been extended for an additional week and this year it will be for throe v eks. The number of ch ber mu ic concerts to be given by the faculty r ain at n, but spaced f ar th r ap rt th s year. A in the past, emphasis of the estival is on chamber music both in teaching and concerts. A number of student who have attended the two previous Festiv ls alre dy hav indicated an interest in attendin the third one Added emphasis will b placed this year on the role of the auditor, the non-perfo ing tudent who wants to attend the cl and concert without takin par s an instr entali t. A n er of auditors have joined in seasions each year, and they have the unique advantage of joining any of the classes in se sion at ny time. * 1t tin American topics have great popularity on campu these days following the appeax-ance of a numb r of guests with experience n that hemisphere Appad von Lazar. assistant professor of political sci nee at Vanderbilt Univer sity baa held a series of three seminar for tudents on Latin American topics and he will speak to th student body at lax-ge Friday night at their weekly Forum. Latest vi itor was Adolph A erle, former basador to Brazil and author of "Latin A: rica: Diplomacy and Reality," who t with students and w joined

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NEW COLLEGE NEWS COLUMN Page 3 by political science tutor Willis Furlong, recently returned fr research work in Peru, and Mr John Elmendorf, currently on assignment for the 5tate Dep rtent in the Dominican epublic. f: Need for ster plan of the Colle e campus ha been recognized ro the d t of the acquisition of the pro erty, but pr ctical factors ruled out it develop ent until a fe week a,o when th Miami firm of Pancoast, Ferendino, Grafton was enga d to begin work toward uch a plan. To such a ma ter plan, architects and first needed to know everything about the philosophy nd program of the college Forecasts needed to be made for the d velop ent of the college for a minimu of 10 years. y decisions needed to be made concerning the direction the colle e would take. During t e past year, ny of these deci ions have been reached by r search, conferenc s, nd committe di cusaion by faculty and staff at New Colleg Helping to bring all of this into focus was an educational planning conferenceh lid on campus last June under a grant from the Educational acili tie Laboratorie The Pancoast firm is xp cted to make a proposal for the development of the ntire c mpus, citing land use, placement of buildings, and traffic flow. -ore-

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NEW COLLEGE NEWS COLUMN Page 4 Set a bunch of young people to work with an idea tDd the results often are remarkable. Six tudenta began lat fall with the idea of holding an international affaire institute at New College. All they had going at the tiqe wu the idea and their enthusian. Now the details of the Intitute are almost complete, and it is scheduled on campus in late April. Charles Raeburn, Anna Navarro, Charles H8Jililton, Carol Ann Child ress, David Moore, and Ken Moore with the help of Dr. Rollin B. Posey and Dr. Gresham Riley as adVisers have et up th conference to center around the theme of popular revolutions. Raeburn said, thought that we could encourag tudente tpotake a greater interest in international affairs if we could sponsor a conference which gives them considerable information, a chance to discuss issues, and which also produces a great amount of tsnthusiasr:t in a short time." Raeburn said that the conference would examine political uph avala 1n economically underdeveloped eountrie in the Far East, Latin America, and Africa. Experts in each of these areas will be represented, mostly from other c UlpU&es. Funding of the conference, also a student responsibility has been elpeB considerably by a pecial grant from the William G. and Marie Selby Foundation. -Jo-


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