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April 16, 1971 - Image 8

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Page Eight


Friday, April 16, 1971

RC courses undergo changes


(Continued from Page 1) year common program which was'
Several concentrate programs required of every incoming stu-
have materialized and grown dur- dent.
ing this period, and now includes Consisting of a sequence of
six established majors and a spec- specially - created li b e r a 1 arts
ial program for individualized courses which covered the literary'
concentrations. c o 11 e g e's distribution require-'
These programs include a drama ments, the core program required
major which intermingles the classes in English composition,I
study of plays and the theatre ex- foreign language, social science
perience; history of ideas major, and the humanities..
which focuses on intellectual his- Taken during a student's fresh-
tory of a political and philosophi- man and sophomore years, the
cal orientation; and a literature core series covered six interdisci-
major which is a rigorous study plinary subjects ranging from
of world literatures. logic and language and western'
RC also sponsors creative writ- r man to human behavior and con-
ing and psychology majors, plus temporary problems.
a growing program in urban Although designed to tie students
studies which requires one term together into a common intellectual
of field work such as campaign- and social community, many RC
ing for a state legislator. students say that although the
A basic concept in planning the core drew them together, the bond
Residential College's program was formed was one of over-riding dis-
NWthe core curriculum. like for the program.
At the college's inception, RC "I think a common experience is
Daily-Terry,McCarthy founders drew up plans for a two- a good thing, but you have to think

of people in terms of diversity and
the core didn't allow for that," says
Pam Seamon, a junior in the col:
With student and faculty senti-
ment strongly opposing the pro-
gram, the core was discontinued
last year, leaving only the lan-
guage and freshmen seminar
courses required.

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In addition, the Residential Col-
lege currently has a proposal be-,
fore the literary college to change
foreign language from a required
to a recommended course.
One of the only requirements
which has stayed with the college'
since its inception, is the arts
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of art project or participate in
some type of musical or dramatic
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