Sergeant Jennifer Coley is the first promoted woman NCPD officer

Sergeant Jennifer Coley is the first promoted woman NCPD officer

Jennifer Coley originally wanted to be a police officer so she could help people, and as the first woman to be promoted to Sergeant on the New College Police Department (NCPD), she may be closer than ever.   “I like...
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Missing in Action: Recent string of bike thefts suggest alarming trend in campus behavior

Missing in Action: Recent string of bike thefts suggest alarming trend in campus behavior

Second-year Harrison Reid’s bike was left outside his dorm room on April 25. By the time he had woken up the next morning, his bike – and its cable lock with a plastic coating around it – was gone. As...
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Bilingual Cubano-American tutorial finishes with a ‘Big Fiesta’

Bilingual Cubano-American tutorial finishes with a ‘Big Fiesta’

Giulia Heyward is one of the students who participated in the Bilingual Cubano-American tutorial. Salsa music, Afro-Cuban beats and the sounds of a puppet show stole the silence in the library that usually occurs on Saturday mornings. Families, students and...
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SFF ‘Block Party’ attracts New College students

SFF ‘Block Party’ attracts New College students

  Hours before Pride Ball, students could be found at JD Hamel Park listening to live performances and waiting in line for food trucks as part of the Sarasota Film Festival’s Sea and Be Seen Block Party. The block party...
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New College student performs in local freestyle competition

New College student performs in local freestyle competition

A local freestyle competition attracted would-be rappers in south Florida, including one New College student. Third-year and New College Student Alliance (NCSA) co-President, as well as student-facilitator of the Freestyle & Floetry tutorial, Miles Iton, p...
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NCSA ‘puts out’ confusion with new map of tobacco free zones on campus

NCSA ‘puts out’ confusion with new map of tobacco free zones on campus

After years of general dissent among the community over whether students should, or should not, be smoking cigarettes on campus, the recently appointed smoking committee has reached a compromise in the form of a map of areas on campus where...
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CIW hosts fundraiser for  upcoming ColumBUS

CIW hosts fundraiser for upcoming ColumBUS

A fundraiser for the upcoming CIW Florida Caravan to Columbus, Ohio, over Spring Break occurred on Saturday, March 18 at the Green Bean Coffee House. “We will be joining thousands of farmworkers and allies at the Wendy’s headquarters to demand...
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Aeolus: New College’s premier undergraduate  research journal

Aeolus: New College’s premier undergraduate research journal

The Beginning Neal Lacey received a fellowship to do research in Columbia, Missouri. He packed his bags and flew to Dr. Justin Walensky’s chemistry lab at the University of Missouri. It was while at Mizzou, that Lacey befriended his Residential...
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‘We’ll see you at the movies!’ Sarasota Film Festival  kicks-off more inclusive and diverse films and audience

‘We’ll see you at the movies!’ Sarasota Film Festival kicks-off more inclusive and diverse films and audience

Pint-sized reporters, chicken and waffles and anticipation filled the air at the 2017 Sarasota Film Festival press event. The Sarasota Film Festival (SFF) hosted a press event on March 13 to celebrate the release of the final film program for...
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Students ‘redefine activism’ at BHM Symposium

Students ‘redefine activism’ at BHM Symposium

  All photos by Giulia Heyward The Redefining Activism: Navigating Identity and Self-Care Symposium took place on Sunday, March 5 in the Jane Bancroft Cook Library. The symposium was one of the few last events part of the 2017 Black...
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