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Title:
Catalyst
Alternate Title:
The Catalyst (Vol. 5, No. 15)
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Creator:
New College of Florida
Publisher:
New College of Florida
Place of Publication:
Sarasota, Fla.
Creation Date:
January 31, 1969

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Subjects / Keywords:
History -- New College (Sarasota, Fla.)
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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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MCAT Test Synectics a color "w jt11 in th vironm in hlJ Godard I h avy politico Forum u for r b p UIOJl W $1M ;up{ Q: How did th SC solution on adminlstratlv in unc:tlo in. tud ot for vtol tlon of c:oll tul c:o bout? DldDoctorMU-ler con c you (th SC) or vie t fl or pot'UO andJo S DC WO COli CtOI'Y state I W td od ctloo OD th d r soluu to uppott m Dte DC wo rs wa.tabl dWit lD xt we k' m etpndl more th ough i nv ttigatloo by th Ad Hoc: Committee. A o the pot n lal mu rakhiC mat ; J pers oted ln t imony wen: me followi.og lt m Ia. Harra rdus t co id runiOiliutioo. b. Harra would be only too hap PY to unJonlze. 2a. Wodters ar alrai4 oC 1 th ir o for union\z.adon. b. War e don't care. 3; johD.lly Coats was goiDg t c anyway. b. He can'tc:ome back because ofpre ure, poorworkiDgconditiODt under present foreman. c He doesn't care. 4. Ham walb to find out who talked to Shaughoessy (BEWARE) 5 H wi hes maintenance wor-kers would keep their gripes "iDthe family." 6. Worl
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nix! as the power was tr.msfered, for that was of no import to them, but to place a protest at the altar of power. To show to the millions ttsting comfortably in homes that they did not vi w this as a sacred event, biX as a profanity. Other thousands headed for the cap al :i.lo. P ple who would s od over 1000 dollars a couple to b p of th rvice, to b part of the co u n try and it proceues. 1b se people were perhaps ih spirit llal if actual par ts of th young. The young wbo had come, each in their own way to mock the godsb ad as deKend d 1m on g them. ADdwhatdldth ythin.k, th people. The people who be ll v d that Seig of Chicago h d b n a dl .(llay o! :marchy and h ld th pol c blam less Could vnb tofelasthydid, b ing a youth, or w tb y sepa r t d for v rby a fractured ry m of val J, ll!.li. l lL LIOUS, 'D THEM Like most t acb-ins this on bored me quickly so Dav Ross and I ctoff to sec th city. Dave was taking pictures and I was trying to g t th feeling for my story. W decid d to go to tb capital buildin and arrived there in the afternoon rath r w t from th constant driz:zle Dave h a d a white plastic N ixo11 m ask which h e w a s wing for a prop and we walked around the corridors until we came to the Presidents Room. Dave took the obvious action aDd hung the mask on the door and proceed d to shoot it. So this szuard comes uo aDd tells Dav he can't take pictures there and to expose his film. Dave rolls the film and clicks the camera but thw th guard sees the mask. "F "What's that supposed tc mean?" "Just am ask of th pres idcnt, 11 Is that to him our sense 01 irony is a sacril ge, w have been mockin...&,hi.s u on d' e:Jf Hi Cod as it were:anz to live th n w lif slowly. But I paus d again, could w trust th system to di of old age or w o u 1 d it liave to b x cut d; andwhywerew h re; any way, why was 17 [V TRAS0 !CHT B woRTii A TRY, nns co 'TRY IS TOO YOUNG TO DIE" Wb Fb Qc:hssan tb f lin t tb r-inaugural ball, the t nt xplOd d. Th trooP' h d re c t.h blesrin When the -condwassungth ch eringwasless. For m :m y the COW1try was a!ttady dead, forothenit had never Hv d. S avtngth countryseemedaremot e possibUity considering who would take powe r th n xt day. And as we stood in the p eked tent liJten ingto pl a for mon y, etc. lteJt that ourprob lemwaspersooifi d by the peopl who h ld the microphone, for there were really no lead n in this 11X)Ve nt. Our lives were too alienated fo r 1 aders; our e x e nce too ex entlal. What matter d was the smaller gro ups o baDded IDg then.ithout anyone dir ecting them. Org aniza t ion m ant centralizati on an d loss of freedom, andnone of those p reseDt would re maiD under those circ\Ullstances And the Counter-In augural Ball was fine for some who were surrounded b y grooving people but for me and tho e I w as with it died early :md w e l eft with it. V. KILL A PIC FOR PEACE"

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open the pod door, HAL iY DAVID ADAMS Ever ince Shaugbn ssy's letter people have b en asking m to tell itto them STRAIGfiT, GODAMlT; but e must only go forward, not straight (a h ad?). ln hope of going foiWard. I don't want to write just about Washington and the In aug ion b\.f: also about th state S 0 C Confer cc iD GainesvUl two weeks a o, ew Colleg and oth rt.hingJthatwill help me build an Issue. as opl)()Scd to a descriptioo or anecdote. The mythm pattem5, verbal sttuctureS and feeling ton involv d in any intake of conversation lie prin-clpally in the "conn ctioo-langu ge" used be een th basic idea blocks. Under the theory that thil u wb tends to tum of! or on th littl faucets o! affectionate atten ion in your minds, I will try as m h as possible not to fore th particular too of my illterpr tive consctoUSD on you, whlle ill m g a point. I pleasant political camaraderie of the inaliguration ceremonies at noon. There were many blank white Nixon masks about, used, as one d the guerilla theater spd
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