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COLUMBIA DANCE THEATRE: (From left,) Karel Shook, co

Columbia Dance Theatre: (From left,) Karel Shook, co-director of the Dance Theatre of Harlem; William J. McGill, president of Columbia University; Marian Anderson, the American contralto; Arthur Mitchell, co-director of the Dance Theatre of Harlem, and Schuyler Chapin, dean of the Columbia School of the Arts.

Columbia University And The Dance Theatre Of Harlem announce a collaboration in a broad range of performances, workshops and instruction.

The collaboration produced an Easter program, which featured Marian Anderson and will produce two more performance programs this year on the Columbia campus: an Arts Exposure series in June and the dance company’s Community Dance Series in September.

At the same time, the collaboration will help Columbia move toward introducing dance as one of the disciplines in its School of the Arts, which they do not presently offer. In addition, the Dance Theatre’s technical department will be moved into a Columbia building on the West Side, near campus. There, Columbia theatre students will be exposed to stage carpentry, lighting, design and other technical aspects of dance production.

MEDIA FOR MENTAL HEALTH: ' Conscientious media people pp - raised $12,000 for the Washington Heights-Inwood Mental Health Center in Harlem with a Benefit Disco Party at the New York, y New York Club. (From L.)Candy Caruthers, Marion Etoille-Watson, ()y (standing) Ron Levy, Audrey Gibson Thomas, Cliff Love, Sylvia Houston, Joyce Hauser, Les Swint, Gwen Barrett, Bob Martin, David Hepburn.
MEDIA FOR MENTAL HEALTH: ‘ Conscientious media people—raised $12,000 for the Washington Heights-Inwood Mental Health Center in Harlem with a Benefit Disco Party at the New York, New York Club. (From L.)Candy Caruthers, Marion Etoille-Watson, (standing) Ron Levy, Audrey Gibson Thomas, Cliff Love, Sylvia Houston, Joyce Hauser, Les Swint, Gwen Barrett, Bob Martin, David Hepburn.

New Apollo: Plans to reopen the Apollo Theater have been announced by a group of Harlem businessmen under the leadership of Guy Morris. Renovations have begun and the theatre is expected to open this spring.

Anchor Person: Carol Jenkins will join Jack Cafferty as co-anchor person on NewsCenter 4 on Thursday and Friday and will anchor the newscast on Saturday

NYU Sports Complex: New York University plans to build a 7 million dollar sports complex just a few blocks south of its Washington Square campus in Greenwich Village.

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