Fall recipes for college kitchens

Fall recipes for college kitchens

Fall is often associated with food bringing friends and family together. This article provides recipes for fall foods that students of any cooking skill level can make. The first recipe falls under the dessert category and is for pumpkin pie...
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57 percent of NCF students do not plan to receive a flu shot this year

57 percent of NCF students do not plan to receive a flu shot this year

November marks the start of influenza (flu) season in the United States, which peaks in the winter months according to the Center for Disease Control (CDC). The CDC reported that last year around 80,000 Americans died from the flu, the...
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Halloween Horror Nights scareactors face harassment and assault by park guests

Halloween Horror Nights scareactors face harassment and assault by park guests

Due to licensing, scareactors cannot say that someone played a specific role, the proper term is “hung out with ____ (character).” Halloween Horror Nights (HHN) is a popular seasonal event in which tourists and locals visit realistic scare zones and...
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33 candidates apply to be the new Executive Director of Outreach, Engagement and Inclusion

33 candidates apply to be the new Executive Director of Outreach, Engagement and Inclusion

A search committee has begun to review the resumes of applicants who have applied for the new position of Executive Director of Outreach, Engagement and Inclusion. On Oct. 8 the initial meeting for the search committee convened at 8 a.m....
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Diversity increases among 2018 cohort

Diversity increases among 2018 cohort

Diversity at New College is increasing, albeit at a slow rate. Between the 2017 and 2018 cohorts there has been an increase by 3.4 percent in those who identify as African American or Black, a 3.2 percent increase in those...
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Pizza with the Provost: Over 120 students showed up to voice concerns about library changes

Pizza with the Provost: Over 120 students showed up to voice concerns about library changes

This past Sunday, Sept. 7, marked the first ‘Pizza with the Provost’ of the year. The event lasted from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Jane Bancroft Cook Library’s newly-constructed coffee bar. One hundred twenty-three students signed up to attend...
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SA[u]CE explains NovoConnect

SA[u]CE explains NovoConnect

SA[u]CE, located in HCL 4, is an on-campus resource responsible for helping students find volunteer opportunities, administering the food pantry, planning campus events, working with clubs (which includes campus reservations) and updating NovoConnect. “NovoC...
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The Four Winds bakers provide vegan and gluten-free treats daily

The Four Winds bakers provide vegan and gluten-free treats daily

When Four Winds opened for the fall semester, a set of macarons caught the eyes of many students. These macarons were the brain-product of first-year Hannah Nations. Currently there are two bakers at Four Winds, Nations and second-year Margaux Albiez....
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Demographics and delays: The struggle to get the cohort of 2018’s demographics

Demographics and delays: The struggle to get the cohort of 2018’s demographics

The incoming cohort of 2018 marks the smallest class size in eight years with only 222 students. The last time an incoming cohort was this small was in 2010, when there was 221 students. The 2015 cohort was the largest...
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The effects of opioid addiction in Sarasota

The effects of opioid addiction in Sarasota

The effects of the opioid crisis continue to endure in Sarasota. According to the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), the leading cause of death in Sarasota among 15-34 year olds is drug abuse. “I think everyone is at risk,” Chief...
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