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New College Class of 2006 Commencement program

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New College Class of 2006 Commencement program
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New College of Florida Commencement 2006
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New College of Florida
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New College of Florida
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Sarasota, Fla.
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2006

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Commencement program
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Eight page program detailing the order of events for commencement at the New College of Florida, including location and dates of events, speakers' names and subjects.
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Commencement NEW COLLEGE OF FLORIDA FRIDAY, MAY NINETEENTH, 1WO THOUSAND AND SIX SARASOTA, FLORIDA

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Message to Graduating Students One of my philosophy professors used to say that there are some things that don't require a theory. Surely one of those things is the undiluted pride you and your family members are entitled to feel at this moment. As you look back on all that you have experienced and achieved at New College, I trust that you will enjoy the abiding satisfaction that properly flows from confronting and successfully negotiating the challenges you encountered at this very challenging place. Certainly I congratulate you on your achievement and thank your family members for their confidence in the College. Happily, statistics clearly indicate that your New College degree will enhance your earning power over your lifetime. But increasing your earning power is not the only -and perhaps not even the chief reason for attending a liberal arts college. No doubt most of you will do well in life, as have New College graduates who have gone before you. But the true measure of your New College education will reside in the multiple ways you bring your powers of discernment, critical thinking, and openness to human differences to bear on the communities in which you live and work. You will make a difference, not by being more acquisitive than the next man or woman, but by being more committed to the common good. As you have learned here, sometimes the common good requires open argument and clear-headed debate, rather than the silencing of honest differences through falsely placed deference or an exaggerated concern for politeness. I trust that New College has offered you a model for debate different from the one you grew up exposed to on cable TV, where the sheer entertainment value of polemics typically trumps a serious interest in a rational argumentative result. Our civil society badly needs the habits of mind that you have cultivated here. Share them generously and, whenever in doubt, think back on your New College teachers and consider how generous they were with their time, expertise, and willingness to help you. Mike Michalson, President

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PROGRAM PRELUDE Manatee High School Jazz Ensemble PROCESSIO AL David Schatz New College Marshal WELCOME AND I TRODUCTIONS Charlene Callahan Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs INTRODUCTION OF SPEAKER Gordon E. Michalson Jr., President ADDRESS Anita L. Allen Heruy R. Silverman Professor of Law and Professor of Philosophy University of Pennsylvania REFLECTIO S OF A GRADUATING SENIOR Brian Cody Member of Class of 2006 CONFERRING OF DEGREES Gordon E. Michalson, Jr. and Charlene Callahan RECES IO AL College Marshal David Schatz PlATFORM GUESTS Gordon E. Michalson, Jr., President Charlene Callahan, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs John Mattin, Vice President, Finance and Administration Senator Bob Johnson, Chairman, ew College of Florida Board of Trustees John M. Cranor III, President and CEO, ew College Foundation Anita L. Allen, Profes or of Law & Philosophy Brian Cody, Member of Class of 2006 David Schatz, Associate Professor of Russian Language and Literature Wendy Bashant, Dean of Students Kathleen Killion Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid Richard Coe Chair, Division of Social Sciences Maribeth Clark, Chair Division of Humanities Sandra Gilchrist, Chair, Division of Natural Sciences Adrian Cornelius, Registrar William Rosenberg President, New College Alumnae / i Association

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CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS Robert Warren Albur y Biology/ Anthropology Delray Beach FL Rebecca HolstonArgeaux Literature Seminole FL Hannah Rae Armstrong Philosophy/Political Science Miami Beach FL Matthew Rogers Avery Economics Gainesville FL Aida Bajramovic Biology Sarasota FL Rebecca Lynne Balon British and American Literature/Gender Studies Rockville MD Danielle Quinn Belling Anthropology/Sociology Gainesville FL Kaitlin Willoughby Berger General Studies Miami ,FL Elizabeth Lauren Berman Anthropology/Environmental Studies Coral Springs FL Eli Bonner Philosophy Kneeland CA Rebecca Anne Borlan Art Pensacola FL Taylor Matthew Briggs Music/Philosophy Rochester, NY Timothy Russell Buisker Economics Freeport, lL Naomi Esther Campa Classics Miami ,FL Jasmine Lisa Nicole Campbell Political Science/History Toronto, Ontario Monica Cano Humanities Naples ,FL Christine Victori a Carr Environmental Studies St. Petersburg, FL Theresa Marie Check Sociology Independence, OH Amara Cocilovo En vironmental Studies Santa Fe NM William Brian Cody,}r. Sociology Live Oak,FL Ryan Compton Mathematics Sarasota, FL Benjamin A. Cox Natural Sciences Clearwater, FL Christopher Ryan Cox General Studies Sarasota FL Lacy Eleanor Lord Cox British and American Literature/Theatre Tallahassee FL Sara Elizabeth Crowell Biopsychology & Environmental Studies West Chester, PA }elena Cvetkova Humanities Sarasota FL Samuel Moses Davidson Sociology Silver Springs MD Amy Gabrielle Davis General Studies Miami ,FL Julia Marian Davis Sociology/Political Science Gainesville FL Megan E Dawson Environmental Studies Sarasota FL Bryan Angelo DeBono Physics Dunedin,FL Gabriel Michael Defazio Humanities Uno, ID

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Aidan joshua Delgado Religion Sarasota, FL Christine Anne Difato International and Area Studies & History Sarasota, FL April Marie Doner Sociology Grant,FL Richard Paul Duffy Art Englewood, FL Erika Melissa Fey International and A rea Studies/ Hispanic Language and Culture Portland, OR Agnes Bonita Fusiek History Lafayette, IN Vladimir Vladimirov Georgiev Economics Sofia, Bulgaria Lauren Beth Grant Art Ft. Lauderdale, FL Christopher Sean Gray Art Jacksonville, FL Eva Marcella Gutierrez Humanities Sarasota, FL Benjamin Parrish Haber Sociology Atlanta,GA Chelsea Elizabeth Hall Religion Sarasota, FL Jackie Denise Hammelman Psychology Osprey,FL Simone Stefanie Harbas Biology Chatham, United Kingdom Lisa Nicole Harrington Psychology Punta Gorda, FL Bryce Kieren Healy French Naples,FL Kimberly Jean Heinz Sociology/Gender Studies Lakeland, FL Carly Anneliese Helliesen Psychology KeyWest,FL Holly Gray Herrick French/Gender Studies Westminster, MD Courtney Elspeth Hollen History Sarasota, FL Kate Marina Holmes General Studies Orlando,FL Elizabeth E Hudson Economics Sarasota, FL Angela Shun-Hwa Hung Biology Merritt Island, FL Christine Tara Ingram Anthropology Toronto, Ontario Jeanell Ruth Innerarity Environmental Studies Houston,TX Kathryn Mesh Iserman Philosophy/Religion Sarasota, FL Chantal Victoria Johnson British and American Litemture Springfield, MO Dylan Hastings Jones British and American Literature/Theater Bradenton, FL Katelyn Jones Philosophy/Literature Sarasota, FL Barbara Beth Kahn Biology Orlando,FL Keri Horan Kalmbach Biology Palmer,AK Aaron Stephen Kandur Biology Baileys Island, ME AuldrewisaacKay Philosophy Miami,FL Heather Alyse King Psychology Maineville, OH

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Christina Margaret Koro Psychology Concord ,CA Michelle Josette Krasowsld Humanities Naples,FL Nicholas Harold Mackin Biopsychology Punta Gorda, FL Erin Nicole Mahaney History Venice,FL Robert Matrone Literatwe Sarasota FL Brittany Lynne Mayer Literature/French Aurora, IL Michael Andrew McCulloch Political Science Tampa,FL Falon Ann Mihalic Natural Sdences Pensacola, FL Caitlyn Marie Miller History Sarasota FL Claire Ann Miller British and American Literature Sarasota FL Sarah Kathryn Mullersman Anthropology/Classics Johnson City, TN James Murga Humanities Homestead FL Kazuald Nagata Literature Tokyo ,Japan Sydney Rae Nash Public Policy Mobile,AL Reuben Andrew Neff Economics Sarasota FL Sarah Elizabeth Nelson-Steinberg British and American Literature/Gender Studies Miaroi ,FL Gustavo de L.T. Oliveira Philosophy & Religion Brasilia Brazil Gina Marie Pagano Literature Naples ,FL Oswaldo Javier Patino Vega Economics Guayaquil, Ecuador Emily Michelle Payne Music Gulf Breez e, FL Monica Pena Social Sciences Miami ,FL Natasha Lee Pettifor Biological Psychology Naples ,FL Jennifer E Pollack Physics Winter Park FL Kristin Lea Psiaki Psychology Plant City FL Lisa Michelle Pytka Biological Psychology Chicago ,IL Katie LeAnne Raich En vironmental Studies Hobe Sound FL Heather Ellen Rasley Humanities Naples ,FL Josephine Anna Ratikan Entomology* Sarasota FL David Lawrence Rhodes General Studies North Pole,AK JeffreyThomas Riggs Russian Language and Literatw-e Clearwater FL Olivia Marie Roberts Psychology Louisville KY Richard Alan Robertson ll Psychology/Gender Studies St. Petersburg FL Rose Emily Ruther Physics & Chemistry Oak Ridge TN Jamie Marisa Samowitz Anthropology Sarasota, FL

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Christine Elizabeth Savage Anthropology Ft. Lauderdale, FL Erica Drew Schechter Cooksey Computer Science Port Washington, New York Craig Schuetze Anthropology & Philosophy Louisville, ICY Stephen Scott Social Sciences Sarasota, FL Katherine Heath Shaeffer British and American Literature Ormond Beach, FL Alissa Corinne Shea Philosophy Jacksonville, FL Sarah Paige Sherlock Chemistry rew Haven,VT Jessica Elizabeth Sherman Psychology Miami Beach, FL Erica Christine Sirotich Religion Venice,FL Melissa Jean Skinner Political Science Clearwater, FL Geoffrey Henry Srnith,Jr. Marine Biology Sarasota, FL Jennifer Mutascio Smith Envimnmental Studies Bowling Green, KY Erin Marie Stagner History St. Petersburg, FL Sarah Ann Stamper Psychology Louisville, KY Margaret Elizabeth Stanny Music Pensacola, FL Jennifer Irene Steele Psychology Chicago,IL Charis Joy Stiles Psychology Plantation, FL Intan Fitriana Suwandi Sociology/Philosophy Jakarta, Indonesia Mary Elizabeth Swartz Sociology St. Petersburg, FL Alicia Renee Thompson Psychology/History Riverview, FL Neil D.Thurgood Economics Birmingham,Al Laura Michelle Van Dillen British and American Literature Weston,FL Gail Nid1ole Walton Medieval and Renaissance Studies Sarasota, FL Lacy Elizabeth Warner British and American Literature/Theater Jacksonville, FL Wendy Hamilton Webber Environmental Studies Cape Elizabeth, FL Blake Jason Weinger History Miami,FL Ryan Francis White Humanities Sarasota, FL Marina Martha Belzer Williams Art St. Petersburg, FL Sasha Gilbert Wortzel Sociology/Gender Studies Sanibel,FL Patrick McCrea Young Religion Sarasota, FL *Indicates special area of concentration The New College Class of 2006 Commemorates the Life of John Roewert (19812006) Philosophy Clearwater, FL

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A DISTINGUISHED PAST AND PROMISING FUI1JRE Founded in 1960, ew College opened in 1964 as a private college whose students would come from all parts of the nation and whose faculty and curriculum would reflect the highest standards of excellence. ew College attracted immediate attention for the nature and quality of its academic program. In 1967, when the fir t students were graduated, the College won accreditation. Soon graduates began to make their marks in chosen careers and in graduate and professional schools. Although the College pro pered academically, financial pressures threatened its very life in the early 1970s. After exploring various strategies, the College proposed to the Board of Regents of the State University ystem of Florida a novel plan that allowed the institution to become a freestanding college within the University of South Florida, sharing the campus with the University's regional academic program. Special action by the Florida Legislature enabled this unique partner:,hip to occur. ew College was continued through a combination of support from the State and annual grants from the New College Foundation. ew College has earned accolades from reviewers ranging from the editors of Money magazine to the site visit committee of the 'oulhern Association of Colleges and chools to the compilers of Barron's Guide to the Most Competitive Colleges. ew College's more than 3,000 graduates are making the1r mark a cholars, entrepreneur civic leaders, educator attorneys, phys1cians, artist journalists and in a host of other professions throughout Florida, the nation, and the world. In 2001, a new chapter opened in ew College's history when the Florida Legislature elevated ew College to independent membership, as New College of Florida, in the State t niversity System. The Legislature also formally designated New College a the tate's residential liberal arts honors college. ew College of Florida, with its own Board of Trustees and the continuing support of the ew College Foundation, is empowered as never before to take a leading, national role in public undergraduate honors education. Events, activities, programs, and facilities of New College of Horida are available to all wit bout regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, handicap, sexual orientation, or age as provided by law and in accordance with the College's respect for personal dignity.


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