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PI () f'>r Fov N'Tf>r;r; s ol/1 vc -.:r:, Photo Rl New students, from left, Mary O'Keefe, Washinr,ton, n c., Anna Nnvarro, Hallandale, Fla., Tim Dunsworth, ft. Louis Park, Minn., and Denise Miller, 1eriden, Conn w.lk across that part of the campus that once was the estate of Charles E RinRlinv, Tn the background is the marble mansion that was once in home but was nurchaRed for collefr.e use in 1962 The bui1din9, nol'.w' houses the lihrnr
'Photl.e f/2 Two students, P.achel 1ndley, La r.ranp.e, Tll. and uay ennett, Shady Side, walk through one of the courtyardR of the student residences at 1ew Colle e. '!'he buildinr de i?ned hv architect I.M. Pet, turn the threP sets of reRidences into tiny villapeR with various si?:ed court Arcs.
"Fhoto 113 Seminar-sized classes are the standArd at Nel..r Collepe as with this one tauP,ht by Dr. Rohert H Knox nsRocinte professor of literature.
'Photo #4 Hhen New Collel'!e uas in the planninrr Rtages, its founners decided the student body should he national r ther than Four students. Noella Wallingford. Ov.den Vtah Moira Cosgrove, East Holine, Ill., Yarin Offik, '"'arasota, and Deane Root, Lexington. Ky., rep pqent diversified The student body now comes from s' P. 43 t. tes nnd se eral countries.
Photo #5 Aur.n of" thP old or.l mix <.i th the nel.J on thf! et.r caMpus. This is t e interior. of the livinn room of the former C:harles F:. Mansion, noW" a. readinf" roor, for the 1'1ew Collet9e library. Not far a'.ray are the str:fkinr,ly modern bu:Ucl.i.nP:s desis:>nPd by t.M. 'Pei, ref l cti g ne'' deli tionR to the ca ps$.
Photo #6 Hh:l c rccr. atfonal o ortu ti.es alJound on re., rotlP."P' lorida canTJtt"' All of t e ye RC ol