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New College Class of 1974 Commencement program


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New College Class of 1974 Commencement program
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New College Commencement VIII 1974
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Five page program detailing the order of events for commencement at the New College of the University of South Florida, including location and dates of events, speakers' names and subjects.
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CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS ANITA LA FRA CE ALLEN, Philosophy Fort Gordon, Georgia THOMAS C. ATCHISON, Philosophy Edina, Minnesota FREDERICK BOYD A YER II, Biology Sarasota, Florida JOY TERESA BARNITZ, Biology and Chemistry Glenview, Illinois WE DY SUE BENNETT, General Studies New York, New York LISA BERLEY, General Studies Roslyn Heights, New York SUSAN L. BIRINGER, Art History East Brunswick, New Jersey JOH F. BLAKESLEE, Humanities Forestville, Connecticut JEANNE F. BOJARSKI, Philosophy Stamford, Connecticut JANICE LYNN BOND, Economics Crystal City, Missouri DEBRA FRANCES BONINO, General Studies New Kensington, Pennsylvania SHARON MAUDELLA BOOTHE, General Studies Sarasota, Florida JAMES THOMAS BOULGER, Social Sciences Chillicothe, Ohio DAVID BREECKER, General Studies New York, New York MALCOLM J. R. BRENNER, Communications Sarasota, Florida GEORGE D. BROOKS, Sociology Cherry Hill, New Jersey ARMOUR AMANDA BROWN, Art History Carbondale, Illinois DAVID HENRY BURCK. Psychology Minneapolis, Minnesota PAUL VINCENT CASTELLITTO, Philosophy New Rochelle, New York FREDDIE MAE CLARY, General Studies West Palm Beach, Florida DANA R. CLYMAN, Mathematics Great Neck, New York DEBRA DELORES COLBURN, General Studies Dundee, Illinois WILLIAM BOOTH CONERLY, Economics Lakewood, California EDWARD FRANCIS CONNOR, Biology Adelphi, Maryland LINDA CONVISSOR, Environmental Design Maplewood, New Jersey JOHN DUDLEY CORRIGAN, Psychology Somerville, New Jersey THOMAS MICHAEL CORWIN, Political Science Tampa, Florida KATHLEEN ANN CRISP, Social Sciences Pasadena, California DONALD GARRETT CRENSHAW, Biology Archer, Florida PATRICIA CRONAN, Psychology Exeter, New Hampshire RON HUNTER DAVIDSON, Philosophy Sarasota, Florida KHAI DO LINH, Mathematics Vietnam WILLIAM CHANDLER DUDLEY, Economics Agawam, Massachusetts STEPHEN A. DUNLAP, Biology Sarasota, Florida STEPHEN MICHAEL DUPREY, Public Policy North Conway, New Hampshire KATHLEEN MARIE ERNDL, Comparative Religions/Anthropology Peabody, Massachusetts FRANKLIN DUKE ESTES, Near Eastern Civilizations Carlsbad, California BOB THOMAS FOSTER, Biology Garland, Texas CAROL LYNN GASKIN, Art History Lakeville, Connecticut ERICA GRACE GELLMAN, Public Policy Hightstown, New Jersey IRA K. GLASSER, General Studies San Francisco, California BARBARA ANN GLAZIER, Psychology/Literature Wyncote, Pennsylvania TIMOTHY O'NEILL GRATHWOL, Social Sciences Excelsior, Minnesota THOMAS S. GROENFELDT, Russian History and Politics Bethlehem, Pennsylvania MARTA GROSSMAN, Biology Philadelphia, Pennsylvania LAIRD MICHAEL GUREL, Economics Washington, D. C. JANET JUN GUSUKUMA, French Ninole, Hawaii DEBRA ROSE HACHEN, Anthropology Cleveland Heights, Ohio AL YSON REA HALEY, History New Canaan, Connecticut NANCY LYNNE HAMMOND, Psychology West Linn, Oregon BARBARA SHELLEY HARRIS, Anthropology Silver Spring, Maryland DIANNE KAY HEDERICH, Political Science and Urban Studies Denver, Colorado SANDRA SHARON HELLING, Social Sciences Orlando, Florida SAMUEL HARWELL HOWELL, JR., Art History Nashville, Tennessee


Prograrn PRELUDE The Brass Quintet of the New College Summer Music Festival Ben Aldridge, trumpet Scott Johnston, trumpet Connie Klausmeier, French horn David Mackenzie, trombone Fritz Kaenzig, tuba PROCESSIONAL INVOCATION James G. Moseley, Jr., Ph.D. REMARKS Arland F. Christ-Janer, J.D. President ADDRESS "THE NEWS AND THE FUTURE" Eugene C. Patterson, B.A. Editor and President, St. Petersburg Times President, Congressional Quarterly CONFERRING OF DEGREES Dr. Christ-Janer RECESSIONAL After the ceremony, refreshments will be served in Hamilton Center


jESSICA HUMPHREYS, Humanities/Fine Art s Pompano Beach, Florida S. DALE IVESTER, Engl ish L i t e ratur e Andrews, North Carolina SUSA DRURY JENSON, Art History Arlington Virginia JOA E KELLY, Performing Arts Wilmette, Illinois GEORGE PATRICK KLEIN, Humanities Pensacola, Florida PATRICIA HIGGINBOTHAM KLEIN, Anthropology Tulsa, Oklahoma MARK KO EWITCH, Media Communications Chicago, Illinois DIA E S KRIEGER, Psychology / Sociology Woodland Hills, California DARYL W LAATSCH, Contemporary American Politics West Bend, Wisconsin A LORRAI E LAKE Literature/Religion Harrington, Washington CA DACE JEAN LANG Experimental Psychology Clarendon Hills, Illinois ROBERT TILL LEMMON Mathematics Haworth, New Jersey DAVIDS LERNER, Sociology Wheaton, Maryland JOAN LEVIN History Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania ALLE STEVEN LEVY, Psychology Huntington, New York DAVID HOWARD LIPSEY, Psychology Houston, Texas LY DA LOSS, General Studies Fort Lauderdale, Florida REMY LURIA, German Cultural Studies East Meadow New York VIRGI lAB. LYON, General Studies Western Springs, Illinois ELENI KATHRYN MALANOS Humanities (Women s Studies}' Atlanta, Georgia DAVID ARTHUR MANASIAN, English Literature eedham Massachusetts E HICKISH MANASIAN, Art History H1gganum, Connecticut JUDITH KATHLEEN MAUER, Social Sciences Stamford, Connecticut PATRICK M. McCOLLUM, Fine Arts Daytona Beach, Florida FRA CES LOUISE McGAUGHEY Humanities / Pointing Charlotte, North Carolina ROBERT McCAREY, TronspersonaJ Psychology and Religion Phoenix, Arizona BARCBhARA RUTH MELLEN, Fine Arts/Illustration elmsford, Massachusetts ]O EDWARD MILLER, Environmental Studies ountainside, ew Jersey ROBERT GENE MILLER, JR., General Studies orth Haledon, New Jersey MICPHAEL JAY MORGAN, Communications awtucket, Rhode Island KAY MORRIS, Biology-Ecology auwatosa, Wisconsin PATRICK M. MOSCATELLO, Public Policy Oakhurst, New Jersey EILEEN MARY MURPHY, Russian/French Lakeland, Florida J. DOUGLAS MURPHY, American History Sarasota, Florida NORBERT MUSIAL, General Studies Sarasota, Florida WILLIAM NATHAN, Philosophy South Orange, New Jersey JAMES ROBERT OVERSTREET, General Studies Cameron, Montana MARGARET ANN PARKER, Art History Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania JAY PETERZELL, Philosophy South Orange, New Jersey DOROTHY ELIZABETH PUGH, English Literature Belleair Beach, Florida SUSAN TIFF ANY PUGH, Anthropology (North American Indians) Pelham, New York WILLIAM M. QUAY, General Studies Phoenixville, Pennsylvania BRYAN SEABORNE REID III, General Studies St. Charles, Illinois LESLIE SUSAN REINHERZ, Biology Maywood, Illinois SETH M. REISS, Biology/Chemistry Croton-On-Hudson, New York KATHARINE ALINE ROBERTS, Latin Studies Dunedin, New Zealand DIANE GALE RODERICK, Fine Arts/Graphics Encino, California STEPHEN DAVID ROOT, History Shaker Heights, Ohio DREW STEPHAN ROSE, Literature/Psychology Margate, New Jersey DIANA L. ROSS, Fine Arts Lutherville, Maryland MARK ALLAN ROTH, Natural Sciences South Euclid, Ohio LOUISE KNIGHT RUSH, Social Sciences Alexandria, Virginia DIANE MARIE SCARO, Medieval & Renaissance Stud1es Wilmington, Massachusets NATHAN HAROLD SCHWARTZ, Political Science Okemos, Michigan TERRENCE JOSEPH SCHWARTZ, Experimental Psychology Bucyrus, Kansas SUSAN SHANE, General Studies Washington, D. C. JEF A. SHARP, Natural Sciences and Mus1c Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey BARRY J. SHEINGOLD. History Newtonville, Massachusetts JAMES DANIEL SHOEMAKER, Biology Urbana, Illinois STEVEN P. SHWARTZ, Experimental Psychology North Dartmouth, Massachusetts BRYNA SUSAN SIEGEL, Psycho logy: Human is tic!Cll!llCal South Palm Beach, Flonda ROSS SILVER, Psychology Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvama MARC E SILVERMAN, Music Silver Spring, Maryland BONNIE B SIMMONS, Russian Great Neck, New York JOHN DAVID SMILLIE, Mathematics Sarasota, Florida DAVID LIONEL SMITH, English Literature & Philosophy Montgomery, Alabama CATHERINE HASEROT SOPHIAN, Psychology I Education New York, New York GERALDINE SOSNOWSKY, History of Christianity New Windsor, Maryland DONALD H SPECTER, Economics Norwalk, Connecticut SUSAN JOAN SPIEKER, Psychology ew Milford, New Jersey EILEEN D. STUBENSKY, Biology Queens Village, New York KATHERINE LOUISE TALBOT, Sociology Syracuse, New York MARILYN DEE TALMAGE, Psychology Denver, Colorado PHILIP GREGORY TALMAGE, Mathematics Wauwatosa, Wisconsin LAWRENCE GIFFIN TATUM, Development Studies Riverton, New Jersey DO ALD LEE TIPTON, Natural Sciences Henrietta, New York VIVIAN SUNG-YUNG TSENG, Political Theory Taipei, Taiwan, China JOHN MICHAEL TWEED, Psychology Stuart, Florida CHRISTOPHER ROBIN VAN DYK, Humanities Spokane, Washington WENDELL PHILIP WAGNER, JR., Mathematics Mount Cory, Ohio ERIKA DEANE WALKER, Psychology/Education Aurora, Colorado WILLIAM ROBERT WALTON, Anthropology Moorestown, New Jersey CAROL DIANNE WARNER, English Literature Arlington, Virginia LETITIA JOYCE WEBSTER, General Studies Washington, D. C MARC L. WEINBERG, Psychology and Symbolic Systems South Orange, New Jersey MICHAEL WEISBERG, General Studies Fort Myers, Florida CATHERINE ANN WELLS, Art History/Fine Arts Aurora, Colorado ANN WELLS, Psychology Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania JAY P. WHITE, English Literature Merritt Island, Florida Rc;>BERT WILLIAM WITBECK, H1story of Christianity Phoenix, Arizona A. VERNON WOODWORTH, Urban Design Dedham, Massachusetts W CURTIS WORTHINGTON III, Enghsh Literature Charleston, South Carolina ALEHXA DER TAI-MING YUAN, Natural Sciences ong Kong, B.C.C.

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