A night of plies and hoorays: Dance Collective

A night of plies and hoorays: Dance Collective

The anticipation was palpable in the room. There is magic and mystery in the moments before a show, when an auditorium is pitch black and all one can do is wait for whatever comes next.What followed was a crowd-pleaser, as...
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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...
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Sergeant Jennifer Coley is the first promoted woman NCPD officer

Sergeant Jennifer Coley is the first promoted woman NCPD officer

Jennifer Coley originally wanted to be a police officer so she could help people, and as the first woman to be promoted to Sergeant on the New College Police Department (NCPD), she may be closer than ever.   “I like...
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Raising floors and installing doors: a look into what makes dorms habitable

Raising floors and installing doors: a look into what makes dorms habitable

Students are aware of the different kinds of buildings and residence halls that scatter the campus, but it’s safe to say that most are unaware of what goes into making these buildings habitable. Flood protection, air conditioning, hot water and...
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Danish scholar gives talk on feminism and academia

Under the tumultuous new presidential administration, even the ever-objective world of academia has begun to engage with activism. A talk was held by Danish scholar, Bjarke Oxlund, in the Anthropology Lab last Wednesday, May 3, to discuss tensions between femi...
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Missing in Action: Recent string of bike thefts suggest alarming trend in campus behavior

Missing in Action: Recent string of bike thefts suggest alarming trend in campus behavior

Second-year Harrison Reid’s bike was left outside his dorm room on April 25. By the time he had woken up the next morning, his bike – and its cable lock with a plastic coating around it – was gone. As...
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Q&A with Rafael Hernandez on future of Cuban-American relations

Q&A with Rafael Hernandez on future of Cuban-American relations

Since diplomatic relations between the Unites States and Cuba began normalizing in June 2015, Americans and Cubans alike have wondered what the future of Cuban-American relations will look like. Dr. Rafael Hernández, a Cuban scholar whose expertise involves C...
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Bilingual Cubano-American tutorial finishes with a ‘Big Fiesta’

Bilingual Cubano-American tutorial finishes with a ‘Big Fiesta’

Giulia Heyward is one of the students who participated in the Bilingual Cubano-American tutorial. Salsa music, Afro-Cuban beats and the sounds of a puppet show stole the silence in the library that usually occurs on Saturday mornings. Families, students and...
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Radical leftists gather for a weekend of discussion, learning, and organizing

Radical leftists gather for a weekend of discussion, learning, and organizing

This past weekend, classrooms became a teaching space for the largest radical leftist conference in the South. New College hosted All Power to the Imagination! (API!), a student-run conference that works to bridge the gaps between radical theory and practice.....
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NCSA elections see decrease in voter turnout

The turnout was so low at the Thursday, April 13 New College Student Alliance (NCSA) elections and the positions so vacant that this reporter, a first-year transfer, won the Educational Policy Committee (EPC), Student Academic Standing Committee (SASC) and the...
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