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Efforts to improve retention yielding positive results

By Colt Dodd In the wake of the disappointing results of last year’s college scorecard which culminated in the loss of $1,080,000 in funding, the administration is hoping to increase this year’s score by improving the school’s retention rate. Statistics...
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Students gather for ISP workshop

Last Wednesday saw a conglomeration of students in Sudakoff for the ISP workshop. Mostly first-years and second-years with the occasional upper year, all were in a January state of mind, ready for information and much anticipated Group ISP details. The...
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Thirsty for justice: Students campaign for Killer Coke

Killer Coke, the campaign to get rid of Coca-Cola products at New College, has made a lot of waves over the past few weeks, gathering student supporters and momentum. The campaign is trying tirelessly to rid the New College campus...
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Vandalism in Ham Center poses safety concerns

In response to a string of vandalism, Hamilton “Ham” Center was closed during the early mornings over fall break. Numerous discussions among the Dean of Student Affairs Tracy Murray, campus police and the New College Student Alliance (NCSA) led to...
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Campus celebrates McCord’s pending retirement

By Caitlyn Ralph and Giulia Heyward From 2001 to 2014, Dr. Elzie McCord served as the Professor of Biology at the New College of Florida. On Oct. 8 in College Hall, faculty and students alike came to celebrate McCord due...
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“Magic: The Gathering club attends Grand Prix Orlando”

Unbeknownst to many, the Magic: The Gathering (MTG) club is one of the most active student organizations on campus. The group congregates at least once a week in X promenade; however, through their Facebook page, many other club members setup...
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Danny Lyon’s photo-documentary displayed at Ringling

Ringling Art Museum is currently displaying an exhibit of black-and-white photographs from Danny Lyon’s photo-documentary, The Bikeriders. Lyon is famous for capturing the culture of obscure groups in 1960’s America. His photo-documentary following the liv...
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Pei to receive potential WiFi upgrade

Information Technology (IT) recently approached the Technology Advisory Committee (TAC) and proposed purchasing 25 more access points for wireless internet. The access points will be put in first court and second court of Pei, and will improve the wireless con...
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New College Police participate in National Prescription Drug Take Back Day

On Saturday, Sept. 27, the New College/University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee Campus Police participated as a collector in the Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA) National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. This was the DEA’s ninth and final event ...
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NCSA Structure Under Possible Construction

The New College Student Alliance (NCSA) held a meeting on Oct. 1 in HCL 8 explaining the pros and cons of the newly proposed government, due to the confusing structure of the existing government. Those interested were greeted with refreshments...
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