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The Activist Newsletter: Where to make a difference for summer 2017

Fighting for a better world doesn’t stop just because its summer! If you’re staying the in Sarasota area over break, there’s still plenty of opportunities to participate in panel discussions, protests, movie screenings, meetings – you name it. Read on...
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Q&A with Rafael Hernandez on future of Cuban-American relations

Q&A with Rafael Hernandez on future of Cuban-American relations

Since diplomatic relations between the Unites States and Cuba began normalizing in June 2015, Americans and Cubans alike have wondered what the future of Cuban-American relations will look like. Dr. Rafael Hernández, a Cuban scholar whose expertise involves C...
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The Activist Newsletter: 4/19-4/27

This week (4/19 – 4/27), activists have the opportunity to participate in debates, marches, protests and meetings! Read on if you want to get involved in the community regarding economic issues, climate justice, trans rights or racial equality. Wed, Apr...
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Miami-based Caribbean food  chain Pollo Tropical opens  first Sarasota restaurant

Miami-based Caribbean food chain Pollo Tropical opens first Sarasota restaurant

The Miami-based casual Caribbean food chain, Pollo Tropical, has finally expanded into Sarasota. The restaurant, located at 5415 Fruitville Road, is only 9 miles from New College of Florida’s campus, offering flavorful and affordable meals that remind many s...
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New Diversity and Inclusion Project Assistant  Paula Cooper highlights diversity

New Diversity and Inclusion Project Assistant Paula Cooper highlights diversity

Since spring semester 2017, when New College hired its first official Director of Diversity and Inclusion, Autumn Harrell, our campus community has made significant progress addressing diversity issues. Another big step towards making New College more inclusiv...
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The Activist Newsletter: 4/12 – 4/19

This week (4/12 – 4/19), activists have the opportunity to participate in film screenings, vigils, protests and meetings! Read on if you want to get involved in the community regarding immigrant rights, environmental issues, American politics or racial equal...
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The Activist Newsletter: (4/5 – 4/13)

This week (4/5 – 4/13), activists have the opportunity to participate in book drives, film screenings, art shows, panel discussions and community meetings! Read on if you want to get involved in the community regarding immigrant rights, environmental issues,...
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The Activist Newsletter: 3/22-3/28

This week (3/22 – 3/28), activists have the opportunity to participate in political revolutions, lectures, meetings and festivals! Read on if you want to get involved in the community regarding national politics, racial equality, LGBTQ+ rights, environmental...
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This is how ISP could change in the next few years

At New College, January means a much-appreciated break from classes after frenzied weeks of cramming for finals. It is a refreshing change of pace where students get to focus on an Independent Study Project (ISP) on a subject of their...
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Faculty passes resolution in support of immigrants

Faculty passes resolution in support of immigrants

In response to escalations in national anti-immigrant rhetoric, New College faculty unanimously passed a resolution in support of immigrants and diversity at the March 8 faculty meeting. The resolution recommitted faculty to support members of the New College ...
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