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News Release (January 4, 1968)


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News Release (January 4, 1968)
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Special to the Herald Tribune, For Use: Thursday, Jan. 4, 1968; 1 - 80 - 1/2/1968
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New College of Florida
New College of Florida
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Sarasota, Fla.
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January 4, 1968


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SPECIAL TO THE HERALD TRIBUNE FOR USEs THURSDAY, TA 4, 1968 THEATER TREMDS DISCUSSED 1 80 -1/2/68 Ref.z Puraan c. Arthur Ideas in the theater haven't changed much since ita beginning, aaya Dr. N. Bryllion Fagin, professor e.eritus of Johna Bopkina University, vho will begin a public lecture aeries on dr ... January 16 at Nev College. Changes have coae instead, he said, in the theater itself and in the attitude toward ideaa. Dr. Fagin eitea the early Greek's and even Shakespeare's idea of man as a noble creature capable of improvement. "Today'e dr ... tiats see 118n as ineignifieant," Dr. Falin obaervea. "Han livea and diea. He baa no .. aning. Be ia cond..ned to be evil." In a atmilar eove the physical theater baa chansed, elaiaa the noted He contraata the theater in the iddle of the 19th Century vben a playwright .uch aa lbaen concentrated on .. king people feel that they vere not in the theater. Every part of the at&Ring vaa done, aaya Dr. Paatn, to .. ke the audience feel that they were not in the 110re


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COLL!CI a e 3 Others of that charter claas, who raduat d in July, returned briefly in recent weeta, while on holiday leav s: Carol Ann Childre vas back from graduat studie in political sci nee at th University of Massachusetts. Ray and Karen Bennett returned fro their studies in paycholo at the University of ichig n. Bruc Laaartine vtaited c pus on his way b c to Naples fr the Case Weatera Reserve University, where he ia doing advanced work in DR1neer1ng. * tmw FLACPOt.lS INSTALLED Although Railton Center waa dedicated to uae laat May, restrictions of th Vietna ffort cauaed a lonR delay in the installatio of two lagpol Recently r ceived, the two poles r now in place in front of the ipoaing structure. -30-

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