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/ r / NEW COLLEGE NEWS RELEASE NEW COLLEGE, SARASOTA, FLORIDA FURMAN C. ARTHUR INFORMATION SPJ!CIAL TOr ERALD-ntBUN FO USE I TIIur..SDAT, 161 1967 YEW COLL!G! Nmffl COLUMN JUDAIC CHOLAR TO L CTUR! Dr. Max l&duahi a diettnRuih scholar in t e area of Judat.a, t oth a Uc ad a collese lecture .tvtaR a nett to t ew College us in early Y lect eible by Ben c. udolpb of .ar ota. The .teitia lecturer 1 a lead authority oa Ra linic Judai aud h be n a-.tH'4110ar of th faculty of Coluabia Untver ity, the Jewish '!'heo-lo1lcal. 9 illary 1 and the Aca for R1 her Jewish teaYDtn Dr. XaduahiD is the author of r ante 'l'hinkina" and of "The blsd Mind." While final 4et.aU.e of 1a nsit are not c.omplete, it is pla ed t t ODe of is lect es while vtll be for the public u 11 aa atu.d ta me! cme viU be pr rtly for the students. Dr. Jtaduhln alao ia xp eted to wta a td rable ... tt\llltt of ti .. to 1 t'01!'1181 ccmt-act with
NJ!W COLL!CB NEW COL RtSF.ARCM PAP'E PtmLISRF.D Under the title of "Acouatic Dat and cognition iD bort-ferm M ry," a r search pap r doe by a New Colle e professor with th 11iatance of tvo undergraduates ppea.red in a leamed journal thia week. Dr. DAvid t".orfein, as iertant prof'es or o psychology, donductcd th research, aided by third-year student a eunet and second-year student Vicki Paarthrea. The results wer publiahed yeaterdAy ('1odnead y) 1a Paychononic Science asaaine. Workin under a grant fro t e National Sci nee roundation Dr. orfein'a p per rOYeala his findin s about oxp ri ta in eaauring human mory ov r slort 1nterval3 of ti usually periods of leas than a m1Put aa Wled a nunber o! under :rnduateo as sub1ecta in hi arch. COMMPJfCE.1EN'l' DATB FIX!O Student who mieht ordinarily want to fthorten their colla a yar, haYC voted to let it r ain lon The faculty east a alailar ote. Only atu dent affected, actually, are thir4-year e tore and the queation wae Whether to IIIOYe aradution ahead to '11 thea re tt to look for jobs, plan tor poadu.ate ac oola, or to a well--.rned reat. abort.alDg of their fioal year for the araduattns claas. The ef-f1r-e4 thair approval of the July 22 dato tnr e uc t aad tba faeultJ concurred. It will be the f1rat graduation eareMOny tor Nev Colla ******"
R!W OOLL!GE N!WS COLUMN PaJe 3 The atudeat newapa9t'r, The ca ;ys. 1a 10 youna that it h a hac! oaly two editors. Laura .an hren vas the fouadiu3 e41tor duri t firat year when tbe vas eosraphed. Teun an TOG Todd took over, be an the firat co erclal rlutin of the publication, d it for re tba a year aud e-balf. T editorahi9 1 coa1ns to an d &Dd 1 heir ar t, Aaeociate itor kanji Ode of Chiea o, is taktns ov r. It's j t 1 ttae, too, for Toa IIWSt bepo thinkin,c of hu pl.an8 fter Sl'adu&tion. In fact, 1lh1le leuji ia editina Catalzti toni&h (Thursday) Tou 18 in the tortll visitin; Col bia and Yale Universit1 Law Scholle, lookin& to hia futur na neat two weelc.a rill be tntl.y intetcollagiata at New Collese. On Monday, 25 n of tM Maherat Collese track te arrive for t ir epr1'DR practice 1D araaot Tb ir al 1 hoet ie H. Patton Jr. The tea vlll stay in the New ColleR dormitorie y of th ir m le at diRinB hall but vill .-the Junior Coll te trae.k. A few daya later tba Yealeyan Univ relty ck t will arrive to apend a few daya ot their apring vacation on caapue. -lo-