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I SPECIAL TO THE HBRALD-TRlBUNE FOR RELBASE& MAT 25, 1967 DEADLINES LOOM FOll STUDENTS Third year atudenta at ew College looking forward to graduation ahead three important peaka they must clear in their toward the bachelor' degree. June 5 ia the firat of these and on that date, all tudents expecting to raduate must have completed their aeuior tbesea, thoae all-important research papers on which they have been apending good portions of their final year. Notes that have been compiled all year are now being translated into complete r search papera, and typewriter are working overtime on the bulky reports. (Saddeat student on campus, in all probability, ia Carol Childresa of Avoa Park, wt1o compiled extensive notea on her acieoce topic, including interviewa with key Washington figures, and then loat all her notes on a bus in Virginia.) June S alao begina another important period for the graduating students. All aust undergo oral axaadnationa by the faculty prior to graduatioa and these examination are being scheduled between June 5 and 30. Facing the atudenta on the oral committee vill be their aenior thaaia adyiaora, another faculty from the division of his major subject, a facultJ .. .oer requested by the student, and one faculty member selected 110re
NEW COLLE. Pa e 2. by tbe College Ex iner' office fro a third diviaion of the college. The hour-lon examination y probe into the atudent' xp rience at New College. tire acade ie Still another peak to be cl ared ia the laosuage xamioation. All students, before raduation, are required to bey a proficiency in readi g, writing, speaking, and oral comprehension of a foreiSD langua Several t st period have iveo atudents previoua opportunitiea to clear this peak, and the final exe ination vill be offered from July lG-12. TUTOR TO CONFF.RF.NCE James P eney, tutor in sociology and coordinator of the colleg s indep ndent atudy progra will go to a apecial conference on international education at the University of Florida in Caineaville on June 9. The uni ... raity ia seeking to beco o a of 3S reaional centers to be a t up under the International Education Act. Florida colle d university repreaentativas are b in invited to eet and diacuas ho such a center could help 1he university e nter ia expect d to include apecial area studies, to be involved in raaearch pro ra to offer sraduat de rea rogra a d to provide both financial and per onnel reaourcee to oth r inatitutiona. re
EW COLLEGE_ Pag 3 TOPICt SITUATION ETHICS A one-ti profea or vho has been at dying various cultures of the world for a nu ber of yeara vill be the speaker at th re ular Friday Nisht For at the college tomorrow. Geor e Sto for.er faculty ber of the University of Miami and a ratir d bu ineasman, will apeak to the student body on situation ethics. Deeply involved with such organizations a the Ti d of tb Library, fri nda of the Arts and Sciences, Mental Health Aaaociation, Allied Arts Council, Sarasota Art Association and Jefferson Center, Storm baa bee concerned with world cultures and how they relate to each other. Friday oruma, informal talk folloved by discus iona, are. nov in their third ye r aa regular colla e events. TUD!NTS TO BE GUESTS Alle," the Gereanic equivale t of "Y'all come" va xtended to Germ -studying students at Nev College by the Ce n Club of tverview Hi h School. Occasion is an outing on Longboat Xay toaorr av ning. Carman Tutor Michael von Guttenber will ccogpany th college students. 30 ..