Remembering Professor Glenn Cuomo

Remembering Professor Glenn Cuomo

  During a staff appreciation event last Friday, Nov. 3, New College of Florida President Donal O’Shea made the following remarks: “Glenn had an acute eye for the absurd, and he could talk at length on some oddity or other,...
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Jennifer Lin awarded second place in Division G Toastmasters competition

Jennifer Lin awarded second place in Division G Toastmasters competition

While students were finally winding down from a week of midterms and preparing for their fall break adventures, members from the campus Toastmasters chapter were partaking in the Fall 2017 Toastmasters Humorous Speech and Table Topics Contest in Division G,...
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Funding for art resources draws a blank

Funding for art resources draws a blank

As students gathered to support the pre-thesis art show, various works were admired for their aesthetics, deeper meanings and connections to the artists. Though some appreciate the time and process that it takes to create the pieces, most fail to...
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Graffiti and hot wax: the lost tradition of NCF print culture

Graffiti and hot wax: the lost tradition of NCF print culture

Hidden under layers of paint and within dusty cabinets are some of the most vivid records of daily life on campus in days long past. Unknown to many current students and recent alumnae/i, before student discourse largely migrated to the...
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Missing in action: understanding tree removal on campus

Missing in action: understanding tree removal on campus

  The recent removal of several trees on campus has garnered attention. The absence of trees, with their often large and unforgettable presence, is symptomatic of a larger issue concerning bureaucratic processes and lack of student input.   These tre...
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Program promises to impart students with toolkit for change

Program promises to impart students with toolkit for change

  Director of Student Activities and Campus Engagement Tara Centeno and Director of Diversity and Inclusion Autumn Harrell recently sent a somewhat mysterious, but promising, email to the students list promoting a program they wish to launch at the start....
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A brief history of the NCPD: past, present and future

A brief history of the NCPD: past, present and future

“Let me think of all the things that have changed so much,” Sergeant Mike Mahaney pondered, sitting in the driver’s seat of an unmarked squad car, a battleship grey Chevrolet Impala. Sgt. Mahaney, hired in 2003, is the New College...
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New College Waterfront gets revamped

New College Waterfront gets revamped

The New College Waterfront has all its vessels lined up neatly, ready to be taken out into the water. This semester, a refurbished waterfront with new staff and boats is looking forward to turning over a new leaf and a...
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Is no news good news? Ham center newspapers cut from budget

Is no news good news? Ham center newspapers cut from budget

Sixteen percent – according to a 2015 Pew poll, that’s the number of United States citizens age 18-24 who read a daily newspaper. $3,000 – that’s the amount spent by the New College Student Alliance (NCSA) each year to furnish...
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New College’s internet network, friendly administrators and fear of Big Brother

New College’s internet network, friendly administrators and fear of Big Brother

For all those who were wondering, the New College Information Technology (IT) department does not operate like the United States’ CIA and NSA. Instead, it protects the community from malicious outside software and helps both students and staff with their...
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