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25TH ANNIVERSARY
THE
AMERICAN COLLEGE
IN PARIS
l'universitN americaine a Paris
PARIS THIS FALL
An American Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science
degree. A choice of international and traditional
disciplines. A life-changing experience... Paris.
A multicultural environment, in class and out.
An atmosphere rich in challenge and stimulation.
An extraordinary opportunity to grow, to shine,
to chart new directions. Think about it.
ALL CLASSES IN ENGLISH
Plan also for Summer Session : JUNE 20-JULY 29
Now accepting applications for Fall Semester '88
J
Contact : Director of Admissions, The American College in Paris ]
B.P. 408, 31 Ave. Bosquet, 75007 Paris, France W
Tel. Paris: (33.1) 45.55.91.73 - New York Office (212) 677.48.70 J

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Southern Methodist: Susan Evans. Stanford: Marcus Mabry, Mi-
chael Newman. Syracuse: Marsha Young. Tennessee: Philip
Newman. Texas (Austin): Lisa Brown, Ellen Williams. Texas
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MARCH 1988

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