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Catalyst

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Title:
Catalyst
Alternate Title:
The Catalyst (Vol. 5, No. 17)
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Creator:
New College of Florida
Publisher:
New College of Florida
Place of Publication:
Sarasota, Fla.
Creation Date:
February 13, 1969

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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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Four page issue of the student produced newspaper.
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NCF0001715:00136


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u ow two"' u at umb r ol ifferellt Am-D mp lM july 2, th Union for rcll Dd rimentation in I h!!r Educatioo. (UREHf) will dw or fWJ etCh ov r, pJgnm to I!Dcoarage ln-DOV tl an coll ge teachiq. et d to tt d th two-w e aa are culty memben f:rom tb IZ member ofUREHE -och, B rd, Goddard, fbfotn., Illinois Te ch n CollegeNorth, lor tto Heights, Monteith, Nasson, New College, Sarah lawrence, Shi mer and St pbens --in dditiaa to elected other four-year colleges and 1111ivenitie Begun 1D 1966, ProJeCt Changeover bas taken 60 selected collee t achers nd aided them In the development ol creative changes in their classroom work. One of the methods of assistance has bee-a the summer workshops where faculty membel'S have an opportullity to lhldy current develop meDb in higher education, to exchamge ideas with other innovative tuche.rs, and lo develop plans for theu individual experiments In teaching. 1..ut year's was held at the home of Nasson Cohge m Spring vale, Me. The year before, sessions wen co the campus ol Stephi!D& College in Col11mbia, Mo. Three young faCillty from New College were selected to participate lntheproject last year. They were CharleslyODS, uslsta.ot p.-ofessor of mathematics, James W. Feeney, asalJtaDt prcfeor ol sociology, and [)?, ArtburMc. A. MillerL assistant professor of Uteratuze aDd Director of Sbldeut Policy. Each of the facu!lty participants applies for aae of the project fellowship, lndicatiug an area of planned l.nnovat1on1n the claaroom aud then attends the JUmmer workshop to e valuate experiments, to share reul wit.h oth nd to make pl tor the dit m1n.atloa of id u. Fundlto upportth' proJe th ve b en p10 lded by the Kettering Foundation. They help to un rwrtt th c t f the f llowahip1 exten d to efacultyptrtkiputJ. URF.HE, h d d by Dr, Samuel Buki.n of Antioch College, also brings toth worl
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ReToRt Segregation 011 pro a1 mad w to To th C talyst: n at with humans and organu With the adv nt of th Nixon AdchU 'sZooforSuasotaand w ministration it is clear that virtu Uy a!!_ .. Coll eAnimalHusb dryp ram moves toward de gJ' ion of hools in to open.t tb zoo. It w thouglt th South and el wh re are ither go th t c ptanc: of such a proposal to be halt d or ve d. This may please by th ool would signify adminthos peopl in Bradentcm who've been 1str tloncon ordaneewithth right tryingtoblock desegregation of Manate of animals to establish residenc CoUDty schools, It may ple a few of ln the community and op r t the black power cats who seek to prove porductive, qualm mb rs. their owu mruculinity by golng it alone. A final note of business was But it shouldn' t make anyone else very a unanimous approval of a motion that dogs p rsuade their human happy. mast rs to clean up after them. Under the circumstances responsi-Last night, however, opt!-biltty falls to individual citizens and pri mism seemed to wane as an I.Dlvate institutions. Higher education it nUgn dcnot adooppeueltd seems to me, bears as pe cia 1 ton enter r. rea : ll d i !Sill Pup Find an of! campus What the private co eges an un ioryo"f!rdog and t 11 Coil n tfescando v to begin denying admi.snon h h h left Otherwise he to stud n t s who grad te !rom school :wb Silly systems which been denied is a black labrador retriever who funds und.erthe guidelines set up by HFW has made his home at New Coll ge before NlXon took office. forth last month with friends He I would be proud if the ew delirestobecomeapermanent.res-Collegeweretotake th lead inthk kind ident. of action by seeking to get all members Animals and hwnans alike oftheUnion of Experim ntal were heard reading th unsigned go along and issue a joint pubhc an note and muttering "Nazi tactics" noUDceme.ut. If it pricked a few conand "we thought it couldn't hapciences in the right places in the Ivy pen here. At Pre time, Student League .... who knows? Polley OHicer Arthur Miller was w c Humphreys unavli.labl for comment, and i!f w not known wh ther the SEC in t ndedtotake upth matter. PAW went immediately into secret s s ion and a human group, th SUly Puppy <.:bmnittee, posted a petition on the Hamil ton Center door. W thin an hour, th petition had gathered ahundredsignatures. The n xt move was up to who v r bad placed the mysterious note on th door HELLO H llo-Our addre is: 1().4() Levenworth Str t Apt 212 San Francisco, Cal. 94109 Frank and Devan Age of Rea s on by MAX RFlF Port 1

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