Dance Collective Presents: The Spring Showcase

Dance Collective Presents: The Spring Showcase

  Dance collective has been an on-going New College tradition for years now, beginning with Dance Tutorial. Dance Tutorial was a very loosely organized collective, sponsored by various faculty members until a couple professors recognized the students’ want and need...
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Americans are flocking to mega-churches

Americans are flocking to mega-churches

Celebrity pastor Joel Osteen has more than one million followers on Twitter. According to Nielsen Media, more than 10 million Americans watch his televised sermons every Sunday morning. Osteen’s Lakewood Church in Houston, Texas is the largest church in the....
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Installations, Portraits, Video: how can you really thesis?

Installations, Portraits, Video: how can you really thesis?

Up until the summer of your third year at New College, the thesis project seems something of a myth, the final undergraduate proposal of knowledge. Even when you’re an underclassman and have friends that are thesis students—you don’t really know...
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What you gon’ bump to?

What you gon’ bump to?

BY BREE NIEVES, MILES ITON AND NOAH BASLAW   Computer Luv – Ravyn Lenae + Steve Lacey (Crush EP) Ravyn Lenae is an 18-year-old Chicago native. She has been kicking it in the music scene for the past couple of...
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Douglas Langston: philosopher, alchemist, wizard?

Douglas Langston: philosopher, alchemist, wizard?

  For religion students at the New College of Florida and potentially all disciplines on the tightly-knit New College campus, the circle of professors you work with is small. Religion houses Professor Marks, Professor [Manu] Lopez-Zafra, Professor Michals...
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Wake – Living With/In Disaster

Wake – Living With/In Disaster

Not all thesis’ are alike and rarely any are site-specific. For Rachel Ceciro a literature and anthropology thesis student, site and environment are more than important to her work this thesis year. Specifically, she has reimagined the body of water...
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Making Black Latinidad visible

Making Black Latinidad visible

(All photos by Bree Nieves/Tangent)   From New York to Mexico, from Kenya to the local Sarasota community, one can notice that the experience of blackness is transnational and diasporic in nature. With that being said, Black History Month celebrates...
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