Netflix announces new “Avatar: the Last Airbender” live-action series

Netflix announces new “Avatar: the Last Airbender” live-action series

Avatar: The Last Airbender will once again receive a live-action remake, this time in the form of a series produced by Netflix along with showrunners Michael DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko. The announcement came through a tweet from one of Netflix’s...
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SCF ends dual enrollment for highschoolers

SCF ends dual enrollment for highschoolers

State College of Florida (SCF) will no longer offer dual enrollment courses on the campuses of Sarasota and Manatee County schools. Instead, on July 1, 2019 students who wish to enroll in a dual enrollment course will need to take...
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Pizza with the Provost: Over 120 students showed up to voice concerns about library changes

Pizza with the Provost: Over 120 students showed up to voice concerns about library changes

This past Sunday, Sept. 7, marked the first ‘Pizza with the Provost’ of the year. The event lasted from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Jane Bancroft Cook Library’s newly-constructed coffee bar. One hundred twenty-three students signed up to attend...
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SA[u]CE explains NovoConnect

SA[u]CE explains NovoConnect

SA[u]CE, located in HCL 4, is an on-campus resource responsible for helping students find volunteer opportunities, administering the food pantry, planning campus events, working with clubs (which includes campus reservations) and updating NovoConnect. “NovoC...
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The Four Winds bakers provide vegan and gluten-free treats daily

The Four Winds bakers provide vegan and gluten-free treats daily

When Four Winds opened for the fall semester, a set of macarons caught the eyes of many students. These macarons were the brain-product of first-year Hannah Nations. Currently there are two bakers at Four Winds, Nations and second-year Margaux Albiez....
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Southern white rhino calf born at Lowry Park Zoo

Southern white rhino calf born at Lowry Park Zoo

Born on Sept. 12, Tampa’s newborn rhino is the sixth successful birth of its kind to take place at ZooTampa, and will spend time bonding with its mother before being introduced to the herd. The calf’s birth contributes to a...
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First bike shoppe show of the semester featured student musicians

First bike shoppe show of the semester featured student musicians

Throughout the many performances of the night—by Myles Optimystic, Nathan Burnaman, Chyol/Mould, Mia Bury and the Myconauts, The Universal Veil and Autokania—onlookers were more than welcome to dance, “headbang” or simply rock out with friends. On a ne...
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Proposed Regulation Amendments for Oct. 20

Proposed Regulation Amendments for Oct. 20

On Saturday, Oct. 20, the Board of Trustees (BOT) is scheduled to meet at 9 a.m. in Harry Sudakoff Conference Center. During this meeting, the board will consider adopting three proposed amendments to the following regulations: 2-1004, 2-1006 and 3-1010....
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Selby Gardens receives NSF grant

Selby Gardens receives NSF grant

The grant will contribute to a larger archival project that Selby Gardens is a part of, called the Endless Forms Thematic Collection Network. Alongside other universities, museums and botanical gardens throughout the United States, Selby Gardens will work to d...
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Beach bacteria briefly breach acceptable levels

Beach bacteria briefly breach acceptable levels

While several no-swim advisories were lifted for Sarasota beaches in the past couple of months, one was reinstated this past Thursday, Sept. 20, at Longboat Key Beach. County health officials revealed that enterococcus bacteria was above an acceptable limit in...
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