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News Release (March 19, 1964)


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News Release (March 19, 1964)
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New College News Release, For Release: Thursday, March 19, 1964
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New College of Florida
New College of Florida
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Sarasota, Fla.
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March 19, 1964


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NEW COLLEGE, SARASOTA, FLORIDA FURMAN C ARTHUR INFORMATION ... 'JR RELEASE: Thursday, March 19, 1964 Sarasota--A boy from Maine and a girl from Florida were accepted today as the first s tudents in the charter class of Ne\'1 College, and will enter the college in the fall. The two are Mark t\lhittaker of Bangor, Maine and Miss Esther Lynn Barazzone of Port Charlotte. Mark is president o f the N a tional Association of Student Councils and recently visited Nell{ College a f ter a t:tending the nat:ional mee ting o f the group in Williamsburg, Va. Miss Barazzone has been an A-average s tuden t a t Charlotte High School and a lso has been active in many school organizations and on several school groups. New College is accepting i t s first students now to attend opening classes to be held on the campus between Sarasota and Bradenton. Mark is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Frederick W. l 'fui ttaker. Dr. Whittaker is president of Bangor 'rheological Seminary in Maine. Miss Barazzone is the daughter of Mrs. Vukojevich of 194 N.E. Dowling Avenue, Pori: Charlotte. Mark, in addition t o his duties as president o f the national student organization, was a vice president o f his junior class, class (more)


-2 -marshall, winner of a University of Maine speaking contest and was selected as an All-New England Actor. Miss Barazzone was accepted as one of five Charter Scholars who will have the responsibility as a group for creating and identifying the spirit that will be New College. All Charter Scholars receive scholarships. In addition to her outstanding academic record at Charlotte High School, Miss Barazzone has compiled an impressive record of activities. She has been given awards in Spanish, Music and Mathematics, a member of the National Honor Society, Quill and Scroll, Student Congress and was president of the school's Para-Medical Club and also district president of the organization. Her leadership work has won for her the post of lieutenant governor of Girls' State, membership on the Governor's Youth Advisory Council and participation in Girls' Nationo New College Dean of Admissions Robert J. Norwine said he was pleased to announce Mark and Esther Lynn as the first members of the charter class. 11I am sure that they will best exemplify the spirit of intellectual adventure and leaderehip that the New College graduate will be expected to have." ###

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