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New College gears up for 2016 commencement

Next Friday on May 20, the graduating students of New College’s 2012 cohort will walk across the stage at the bayfront campus in front of their family, friends, peers and faculty marking the transition from student to alum. While some...
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Ten Questions with Bill Moore

Ten Questions with Bill Moore

Bill Moore is the Metz General Manager for new New College, and though he has been on campus for less than two years, he has already become a beloved friendly face in the daily lives of students. With over 32...
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More taboo than religion, politics and sex: Credit card debt grows as cost of living rises

More taboo than religion, politics and sex: Credit card debt grows as cost of living rises

U.S. consumers collectively owe a debt of $712 billion, with the average credit card balance-holding household over $15,000 in overall debt. The millennial generation has taken on much more debt  – averaging $5,000 more – and at higher interest rates...
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Therapy dogs coming to campus

As exam week fast approaches and deadlines loom in the near future, it is easy to feel overstressed. Six dogs want to help. In an event coordinated by the Counseling and Wellness Center (CWC) and the Positive Programming Committee —formed...
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Wales adopts opt-out consent system for organ donation

Following suite of other European countries such as Spain and Croatia, Wales became the first country in the United Kingdom to switch from an opt-in consent system for organ donation to a “soft opt-out” system. All Welsh citizens over the...
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New College needs feminism

While there are still plenty of people out there who confuse being a feminist with being a man-hating lesbian, New College students do not seem to be confused about what it means to be a feminist and why the world...
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Employed students juggle classes, work and social life

  Studies have consistently found that undergraduate students who have a job while attending school show higher retention rates than those who do not work at all. However, these studies also reveal that the benefits of working while still in...
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CAA to adopt rolling deadlines for speaker fund applications

  The Speaker Allocation Fund has always been an underused resource on campus. So far this year, only a mere 5.5 percent of the fund has been distributed. The Council of Academic Affairs (CAA) hopes to raise awareness of the...
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Apple picking in New Hampshire

In places other than Florida, the arrival of fall means more than just pumpkin spice lattes. It also means leaves changing color, temperatures dropping, and being only a short drive away from apple picking. Alyson’s Apple Orchard in Walpole, New...
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9 new cars on campus cause parking wars

  With the largest incoming class now on campus, student complaints of having nowhere to park have followed. However, with 717 registered vehicles – including students and staff – and 1,033 non-restricted parking spaces not designated for visitors, mo...
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