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News Release (February 22, 1968)


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News Release (February 22, 1968)
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News Release New College, Special to the Herald Tribune, For Use: Thursday, February 22, 1968; 1 - 118 - 2/20/68
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New College of Florida
New College of Florida
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Sarasota, Fla.
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February 22, 1968


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.----NEWS RELEASE NEW COLLEGE SARASOTA, FLORIDA 33578 1 118 -!/20/68 813 / 355-7131 Ref.: Furman c. Arthur SPECIAL TO THE HERALD TRIBUNE FOR THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1968 TEST CROUP MEETS HERE Meeting on the New College campus next week will be a group of teachers, administrators and writers who make up the Commission on of the College Rntrance Examination Board. The Commission was appointed by the College Board to review all the board's examinations, to gather evidence of the need for change, and consider what kinds of testa may be needed 10 years ahead. Commission members will he in Sarasota for two days and spend most of that time in meetings in Hamilton Center under the chairmanship of Dr. David v. Tiedeman, professor of education at Harvard University. The commission is made up of many famous persona in education including college presidents, deans, professors, scientists, admissions officers and writers. The commission was appointed only last year by the C!!B to provide one of the periodic reviews of its tests and to suggest more


NEW COLLEGE Page 2 chanRea in light of educational and social changes. is a nonprofit membership association of 782 colleges and universities, 237 secondary schools and 88 sociat!ons. It was established in 1900 to aid in the transition of students from school to college. Services and programs include RUidance and admissions tests ad to about million students yearly. * T f-PF.AK riiDF Continuing its nrogram of ublic lectures by campus visitors, New Colle e will present a talk next Thursday. February 29, by nr. Norman o. Brown, Wilson Professor of Classics and Co arative Literature at the University of. Rochest@r. Winner of awards from the Fund for the Advancement of Education of the Ford Foundation, from the Foundation, and from the Center for Advanced Study the Behavioral Sciences, r. Brown wa at. Oxford Universitv11 the Univers:f.ty of ChicaRO a:nd at the nj_versity of Wisconsin. He 35 at We leya University, at Wesleyan Unive:rsity in Con-ecticut, nnd hA also has been a research analyst with the Office of Strate,ic Services. His talk will be in Hamilton Center at 8 :n. m and will be onen to the public. WIRE SERVICE EXECUTIVE VISI'J'S When Robert Eunson, assistant general manager of Associated Press, visited ew earlier this week, he renewed ac uaintances !!'Ol:'C -


NEW COLLEGE Page 3 with old friend Jonathan Slott, director of the colleg 's capital campaiwn. The two have been working together on doing a scenario of one of Eunson's books, "The Pearl King," Eunson spent a bu y three daye here. Monday he addressed the members of the Ringling Chapter of the Florida Public Relations Association, Tuesday aet with area newspaper and radio executives, on Wednesday counseled students who were interested in journalism careers and in the evening gave a public lecture on news in Southeast A8ia. With the area pres he went into an off-the-record session which included unpublished background on notable events and personalities. 30 -

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