Farewell to Beulig: Longtime natural science professor retires

Farewell to Beulig: Longtime natural science professor retires

  Beulig has served in the Division of Natural Sciences at New College since 1976. He will be remembered by Novo Collegians and staff for his immense knowledge and antics. Stories about Beulig excitedly writing on his chalkboard, yelling at...
read more
Damn: Kendrick Lamar’s mom-approved album

Damn: Kendrick Lamar’s mom-approved album

Kendrick Lamar’s mom said this was her son’s best album yet, and I am hardpressed to disagree with that. Damn. came to me in the late night during a thesis crunch at Starbucks. I subscribe to all the major streaming...
read more
Mote’s ‘The Teeth Beneath’ opens wide open

Mote’s ‘The Teeth Beneath’ opens wide open

read more
No Image

Kaylie Stokes returns to NCF as RHD

New College alum and previous Catalyst editor, Kaylie Stokes (’12) has taken on a position as the newest Residential Housing Director (RHD). For upper year students and long standing members of the New College community, she is a familiar face...
read more
Students excited for free menstrual and sexual health products

Students excited for free menstrual and sexual health products

Being in college is about learning to be a responsible adult in many different ways, but often times being responsible does not come cheap. Such is the case when it comes to sexual and menstrual health products. So, recently the...
read more
Chargaux: ribbons, rhythm and beats

Chargaux: ribbons, rhythm and beats

Brooklyn-based artist, CHARGAUX, put on a pre-Ringling Underground performance. They performed in Anne Patterson’s Pathless Woods, an interactive, multimedia installation. Paterson’s pieces featured multicolored ribbons in a dark room.  CHARGAUX consisten...
read more
BEE-utiful Myakka

BEE-utiful Myakka

Shaded by the trees and hanging Spanish moss, I drove down a dirt road to meet Jim Cutway of Myakka’s Gold Apiary. Cutway is a beekeeper with a biker-like black and gray beard and ponytail combo and a welcoming smile....
read more
Provost search narrows and nears decision: Questions of student involvement in the search for new campus leader

Provost search narrows and nears decision: Questions of student involvement in the search for new campus leader

Stephen Miles is resigning from his role as provost after his three year contract ends this year. In June 2017, he will return to his faculty role as a Professor of Music. The search for the new provost is already...
read more
Oral History brings community stories to NCF

Oral History brings community stories to NCF

Thesis does not have to be the only project a New College student presents during their undergraduate career. The eighth annual Oral History Project is an event is an opportunity for students to showcase the work they completed during a...
read more
No Image

Gilmore Girls revival hits Net ix

While recovering from post holiday travel and a the hard choice of whether to have another piece of pumpkin pie, I was faced with another choice, should I watch the four episode season of Gilmore Girls: A Year In the...
read more
1 2 3 8