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It’s hip to be square: Normcore makes fitting in cool

Test test test test.   A new trend emerging out of the hipper enclaves in New York may soon make it cool to be square. Normcore, a term coined by the trend-forecasting group K-Hole, describes an aesthetic that is marked...
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Library opens new area for collaborative study

As the sign on the glass door reads, the new Col-LAB is now open to students as a space for collaborative study. The Col-LAB, which is stocked with moveable furniture and whiteboards, cost $63,000 to renovate from the old front...
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Prime Air: Amazon’s drone service

Prime Air: Amazon’s drone service

Books, clothes, vitamins, car parts and even Flaming Hot Cheetos are just some of the things NCF students have ordered on Amazon. Imagine if these items could be packaged, shipped and delivered for use in less than 30 minutes. Amazon...
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Headbands, leg warmers and community service: NCF 80s-themed Dance Marathon

Students, staff and anyone else who is ready to shake and shimmy will be at the second annual New College Dance Marathon on April 26 in the College Hall music room from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. At the 1980s-themed...
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Send a raven:‘Game ofThrones’ season four premieres

How big are Daenerys’ dragons now? Who is Prince Oberyn? What will come from Arya’s growing brutality? These are some of the questions millions of viewers, including many NCF students, hoped to see answered when the HBO show “Game of...
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Sexual Assault Awareness Month at New College

This article may contain triggering material related to sexual assault and domestic violence. The month of April marks the recognition of Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM), and this year, the Counseling and Wellness Center (CWC) is hosting a number of...
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“Skin in the game:” New College braces for merit based cuts

As the cost of higher education rises across the country, lawmakers are turning to scorecards to measure the value of degrees to students and the state. This spring, Florida legislators will decide if the Sunshine State will adopt a scorecard to measure ...
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Netflix revives cult-favorite ‘Trailer Park Boys’

Round up the kittens and throw some cheeseburgers on the grill, “Trailer Park Boys” is back. Netflix has  revived the cult favorite, which ended  its initial run in 2008. The company is  producing three new specials, two new  movies and...
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NFL working toward inclusiveness

Rough, tumble and even bloody, professional football is rarely seen  as a bastion of progressive politics.  However, a proposed rule to penalize  racist and homophobic slurs in the  National Football League (NFL) and  the upcoming debut of the first femal...
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Fitness center faces staggering debt

From yoga enthusiasts to weightlifters, the New College Fitness Center offers students a wide array of services to meet every interest and fit into even the busiest schedule. However, recent financial difficulties and an operating debt totaling $34,000 may soo...
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