A night of plies and hoorays: Dance Collective

A night of plies and hoorays: Dance Collective

The anticipation was palpable in the room. There is magic and mystery in the moments before a show, when an auditorium is pitch black and all one can do is wait for whatever comes next.What followed was a crowd-pleaser, as...
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Bradenton Donuts: “As you travel through life friend, no matter what your goal, keep your eye upon the donut and not upon the hole:”

Bradenton Donuts: “As you travel through life friend, no matter what your goal, keep your eye upon the donut and not upon the hole:”

Bradenton Donuts, right off of U.S. 41, feels like stepping back in time to 1950s Main Street America – in the best way possible. Proverbial sayings in wooden frames hang above the coffee machine including one that says: “Count your...
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What’s at stake in south Florida: Risks of climate change in South Florida and what local governments are doing to mitigate it

What’s at stake in south Florida: Risks of climate change in South Florida and what local governments are doing to mitigate it

In a 2016 study released by the Yale Program on Climate Communication, it was found that 70 percent of people in the United States believed global warming was happening and 53 percent believed global warming was caused mostly by human...
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Radical leftists gather for a weekend of discussion, learning, and organizing

Radical leftists gather for a weekend of discussion, learning, and organizing

This past weekend, classrooms became a teaching space for the largest radical leftist conference in the South. New College hosted All Power to the Imagination! (API!), a student-run conference that works to bridge the gaps between radical theory and practice.....
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All Power to the Imagination! celebrates tenth anniversary

All Power to the Imagination! celebrates tenth anniversary

Many students may be unaware that the largest radical leftist conference in the South, and longest standing in the United States, takes place in their very own backyard. All Power to the Imagination!, a conference entirely organized and run by...
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“Queer and Here”: Pride Ball kicks off Pride Month

“Queer and Here”: Pride Ball kicks off Pride Month

Pride month kicked off at New College on April 4 with an arts and crafts poster making session in ACE lounge hosted by Queery, an LGBTQ+ student organization on campus. Posters with phrases like “Queer and Here” and “NCF Pride”...
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The History of Pei:  Aging rooms desperate for renovations

The History of Pei: Aging rooms desperate for renovations

To put the Pei dorms into historical context, Alan Burr, director of facilities and construction at Physical Plant, explained it to me like this: when the first class of New College enrolled in 1964, College Hall was 38 years old....
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New Director of Diversity and Inclusion talks issues, goals

New Director of Diversity and Inclusion talks issues, goals

After more than a year of searching, reviewing and interviewing, Student Affairs has hired the first official Director of Diversity and Inclusion, Autumn Harrell. Although this appointment is a significant step for the community, it is important to acknowledge...
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RA programs keep late night ‘Walls’ on campus

RA programs keep late night ‘Walls’ on campus

Although the long-standing tradition of Walls faltered a bit last Fall, students and Student Affairs found a way to keep some semblance of the party going. Despite the fact that the Walls were now technically late night events sponsored by...
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Sarasota Town Hall meeting introduces City Commissioner candidates

More than a hundred Sarasota residents gathered in the Municipal Auditorium on Wednesday night, Feb. 15, for a Town Hall Event hosted by Sarasota Underground. The meeting was designed as a way to allow residents of the city to meet...
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