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Nothing Arts Center closes for the summer

After a year of hosting events, bringing bands to Sarasota and serving as a community space, the Nothing Arts Center is officially closing down – as it currently exists. The organization announced on April 23 that Nothing Arts Center would...
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API discusses anarchy, trans rights

Since 2008, All Power to the Imagination (API) conference has been held over a weekend in the spring semester on New College’s campus. The conference is aimed at discussing leftist radical theories, with a purpose of “connecting theory to practice”...
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Going green in Ham

New College students want to go green. In the past four years, New College students and the New College Student Alliance (NCSA) have begun a bike-share program to improve green transportation accessibility, started multiple community gardens, begun a school-wi...
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Dort elevator is (finally) broken

Dort elevator is (finally) broken

It screamed, it froze, it dropped between floors and finally, it has been shut down. Following a series of student complaints about the safety of the only elevator for the Dort residence hall, Campus Life Coordinator (CLC) Meghan Walde sent...
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Seven Deadly Sins: A night of debauchery

Seven Deadly Sins: A night of debauchery

Two months after New College students voted for Seven Deadly Sins to be the theme of the February Center Of the Universe Party (COUP), the hosts, first-years Emily Via and Austin Gray and second-year Sarah Cohen finally saw the fruits...
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Not so NEW College: The Old Bookstore recording space

The Band Room and Recording Studio, a relatively under-utilized room, is tucked behind double doors in the mail room. It’s a space most students rarely enter, and its companions in the small hallway – the EQTA room and the NCSA...
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Campus begins construction to meet ADA requirements

The Americans with Disabilities Act was signed into law in 1990. It included a provision that those with disabilities have the right to public access to accommodations, a demand which went into effect for all new construction beginning in 1992....
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Not so ‘NEW’ College – Residential college, residential problems

The dorm landscape at New College has changed significantly in the last few decades. To be precise, the dorm landscape at New College has always been something that needs improving. Upon the school’s opening dorms were already a problem; students...
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Not So NEW College – The Space Committee

The New College campus includes a surprisingly large sprawl of over 60 buildings scattered between east and west campus. How to best use these buildings has been a forefront in the minds of administrators for decades, with frequent changes as...
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Not so NEW College – College Hall: Student space or administrative office?

When New College first opened its doors in 1960, College Hall was the center of student life. Gatherings and meetings among the student body were held there, along with multiple classes. It was used as a library for an extended...
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