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News Release (February 20, 1968)


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News Release (February 20, 1968)
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News Release New College, For Immediate Release; 1 - 119 - 2/20/68
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/ NEWS RELEASE NEw CoLLEGE SARASOTA, FLORIDA 33578 1 119 -2/20/68 813 / 355-7131 Furman C. Arthur tMHEDIATE RELEASE SARASOTA--Plans are noH made at to sponsor an intensive summer course in spoken Spanish, to be at Colombia for six June 17. Hoodruff H. Bryne, tutor in Spanish at the said the course Hould be open to students or to school The course also is open to Nelv Colleo, e faculty and staff to to speak the languaRe. Bryne instituted a pilot project last year, in cooperation Hith the Centro Colombo-Americana de and it attracted a number of students from this area. Courses are intensively for four hours each day at elementary and intermediate levels, Bryne said, so that students receive the equivalent of about a one-year colleo;e course at the end of six treeks. The tuition for the course includes the cost of the acadeMic proo;ram, textbook and board and room Hith a Colonbian family. Air fare may be arrano;ed very inexpensively, said P,ryne, tlith Aerocondor, a Colombian airline. more


NEF COLLEGE 'Page 2 Since South America is not included in President Johnson's request for travel taxes, students will be snared this extra cost. Medellin, "1here the course Hill be is considered one of the most healthful and one of the most attractive cities of the republic. It is Colombia's second city, with a population of 732,570 inhabitants. only about six north of the equator, its elevation of 5,000 feet provides a steady 70 year around temperature. is a modern and attractive city and is the home of the University of Antioquia, founded in 1822. All for the course will be handled by Bryne, includinfl.: travel, if desired. will close Hay 1. Bryne may be reached by mail or telenhone at new for further information. 30 -

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