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Catalyst

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Title:
Catalyst
Alternate Title:
The Catalyst (Volume V, Special 2)
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Creator:
New College of Florida
Publisher:
New College of Florida
Place of Publication:
Sarasota, Fla.
Creation Date:
October 17, 1968

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Subjects / Keywords:
History -- New College (Sarasota, Fla.)
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
government publication (state, provincial, terriorial, dependent)   ( marcgt )
College student newspapers and periodicals
College publications
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Sarasota

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General Note:
Two page issue of the student produced newspaper. This edition is a special mimeographed edition because of printing difficulties.
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New College of Florida
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New College of Florida
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NCF0001715:00131


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THE CATALYST Published by the Students of New College Volume V, Special 2 October 17, 1968 This week's edition of The Catalyst is another special mimeographed edition because of printing difficulties. GLADYS HEADS FOR TAMPA BAY Hurricane Gladys is due to hit the Tampa Bay area sometime this afternoon. The delay in her arrival was caused by a &udden slackening of velocity. The longer Gladys remains in the Gulf, the greater will. be the tides she brings. The highest winds in the hurricane are now at 90 miles per hour. FACULTY APPROVES ADMISSION OF STUDENTS TO FACl.LTY MEETINGS At its meeting yesterday, the faculty approved the petition for student representation at faculty meetings. The faculty felt that the College Council, however, should decide upon the mode of representation and consult with the faculty on their decision. According to Willard Humphreys, faculty liaison to the Student Executive Committee, faculty opinion in general favors somewhere between three and six students at the meetings. Humphreys also said that all decisions should be subject to consultation with President Elmendorf. SWI'T TALKS TO SEC ABOUT CAPITAL CAMPAIGN Jonathan Slott, Director of the School's a10,million Capital Campaign, addressed the Student Executive Committee meeting last night. The Capital Campaign will get underway November 7. Six million dollars of the fund will be allotted to "brick and mortar," i.e., the physical growth of the school, and the other 4 million would be considered "endowment and expendable funds" to aid the maintenance and expansion of the faculty, scholarship and student loan funds, a computer fund, and other expenditures. $1,225,000 will be allocated for scholarships. ANN SCOTT TO SPEAK ON "STUDENTS AND EDUCATION'! Mrs. Andrew Scott, Assistant Professor of History at Duke University and a Danforth Foundation lecturer, will visit campus this week-end and will speak Saturday evening on "Students and Education." Students wishing to have dinner with Mrs. Scott and hear her speak may sign up at the Student Policy Office. The dinner will begin at 6 p.m. in the Private Dining Room, followed by Mrs. Scott's talk.

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CATALYST Page 2 October 17, 1968 PEACE CORPS REP TO VISIT A representative of the Peace Corps will visit New College Tuesday, October 22, to talk to prospective volunteers from the College and surrounding communities. Mrs. Jeanne Anthony, a volunteer who served in South America, will be in Hamilton Center after 10 a.m. She will have information on the Peace Corps and applications for volunteers. VOICE AMPLIFIER MISSING FROM LANGUAGE LAB Mr. John Macbeth, director of the Language laboratory, has announced that a voice amplifier has been missing from the lab for two weeks. The amplifier is very useful and is college property. Anyone who knows of its whereabouts should contact Mr. Macbeth at extension 269. ALL OFFICES TO CLOSE EARLY Due to the arrival of Hurricane Gladys, all campus offices will close at noon today. This will allow faculty and staff to get to their homes to prepare for Gladys. 'VIRIDIANA I I "BURMESE HARP I THIS WEEK Is FLICKS Student Film Committee Chairman Shellie Piller has announced that two films will be shown this week. On Friday night, "Viridiana" will be shown at 7:30 in the Teaching Auditorium, and "The Burmese Harp" will be shown at 6:30 Sunday night. HALLOWEEN PARTY PlANNING MEETING SET Students who wish to help with the planning of a Halloween party for children from the local area this year are to meet Monday night, October 21, at 7 p.m. in the main dining room. LETTER To the Editor: Madden's presumption transcends Jon's so I feel he must be answered. The role of the Admissions Department is to serve the educational community and faculty) New College is not the marital life of a soccer coach. It is everyone/s responsibility to work to preserve New College. When an administrative department admits an inordinately large class (32 more than their maximum prediction) a class which the school (with the limits on new faculty) cannot absorb. Then it is the responsibility of all to protest loudly, and perhaps force them to run ten laps and kick tbem. Docility will only encourage them to greater outrages. Love, (Signed) Aronoff


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