Atomic Holiday Bazaar celebrates 13th season

Atomic Holiday Bazaar celebrates 13th season

All photos courtesy of Adrien Lucas. The 13th annual Atomic Holiday Bazaar will take place at the Sarasota Municipal Auditorium this weekend, Dec. 8 and Dec. 9. Designated as “an antidote to the big-box, Black Friday-esque shopping culture during the holiday...
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Holiday Craft Fair welcomes students artists

Holiday Craft Fair welcomes students artists

The Holiday Craft Fair, hosted by thesis student Jackie Lebouitz, will bring together student artists and patrons alike on Dec. 7 in the Nook, outside the Old Mail Room. “With the holidays coming up, there’s no doubt in my mind...
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De-stress from finals at ACLU trivia night

De-stress from finals at ACLU trivia night

The New College chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) will host their first trivia night of the semester on Thursday, Dec. 6 at 7 p.m. There will be free pizza and prizes for the top three teams. After...
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New Topics New College returns in January

New Topics New College returns in January

New Topics New College is a community series that hosts national speakers at the Mildred Sainer Auditorium. This year’s series is scheduled from October through April. Each month a new speaker and a new topic are welcomed to the school....
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SPARCC suspended from Sarasota County Schools for sex-ed video

SPARCC suspended from Sarasota County Schools for sex-ed video

The Sarasota County School District is under fire because of a video that has been deemed “inappropriate.” The video, shown to a single class at Pine View High School by a Safe Place and Rape Crisis Center (SPARCC) counselor on...
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Annual Turkey Trot raises money for ALSO Youth

Annual Turkey Trot raises money for ALSO Youth

Nov. 22, 2018 marks the 9th annual Turkey Trot in Sarasota. The 5K race is part of ALSO Youth’s programming, a nonprofit that supports the young LGBTQIA+ community in Sarasota. The event took place at 7:30 a.m., starting at the...
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RCAD hosts PAPERJAM, an alternative book and zine fair

RCAD hosts PAPERJAM, an alternative book and zine fair

Ringling College of Art and Design (RCAD) will be hosting PAPER JAM, an alternative book fair, on Dec. 1 from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Alfred R. Goldstein Library. The fair will feature comics, zines, graphic novels, artists’...
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“Sincerely, the Black Kids” accepted to 6 film festivals

“Sincerely, the Black Kids” accepted to 6 film festivals

Former New College Student Alliance (NCSA) Co-president Miles Iton (‘14) directed a documentary about the challenges faced by Black student leaders on college campuses across the nation with the help of local community activist Shakira Refos and Ringling Col...
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Ringling Museum of Art reinstalls three galleries

Ringling Museum of Art reinstalls three galleries

The second phase of the Ringling Museum of Art’s gallery reinstallation was completed in early November with the re-opening of the five galleries closed this summer for renovation. Three of the five galleries—galleries 16, 17 and 18—were completely reins...
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Brant’s Used Books has 25,000 books for sale at three day event

Brant’s Used Books has 25,000 books for sale at three day event

New College students are not often seen without a book, and now no one will have to be caught bookless again. From Friday, Nov. 30 to Sunday, Dec. 2, Brant’s Used Books will be holding a book sale with over...
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