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Not so “NEW” College – Familiar growing pains

In the Spring 2015 semester, the student body voted to change the name of the New College Student Alliance (NCSA) body known as the Council of Student Affairs (CSA) to the Council of Student Life (CSL). This council serves to...
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Wall Preview – Friday, September 11

Lady Rap Wall, hosted by thesis student Patricia “Tricia” Johnson, will feature music by revolutionary female hip hop artists. “I got frustrated at how easily people seem to forget the incredible music created by and for Black women,” Johnson said....
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NCSA Updates – September 9

On Friday, September 4, the New College Student Alliance (NCSA) held their Early Fall Elections led by Supervisor of Elections Sabrina Finn. Ethan Kennedy was election as First Year Student Allocations Committee (SAC) Representative for the entire academic yea...
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Not so “NEW” College – SOS: Save Our Schools movement

In spring of 1995, the Sarasota County School Board, citing budget cuts, unanimously voted to shut down New Directions High School and Ideal Alternative High School. Both schools were alternative high schools, aimed at helping students who were at high...
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“Caitlyn talks science”: Do we influence Facebook or does Facebook influence us?

  With the advent of technology and its integration into almost every aspect of life, many are turning to different mediums to receive their daily news. One of those mediums is social media, a place users are turning to more...
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This week’s Netflix pick: Enter the brilliance of ‘Enter the Void’

When my roommate logged on to Netflix and started playing 2009’s “Enter the Void,” I had absolutely no expectations – I had never even heard of the film before. After only a few minutes, I was stunned by the movie:...
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Not so “NEW” College: NCSA basically just a long-running joke

New College is famous for being a little out there. So it is no surprise that the same thing is found in the New College Student Alliance (NCSA). A newsletter sent out to the student body in the fall of...
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Caitlyn Talks Science: Detecting the strength of lightening strikes?

  With summer fast approaching, thunderstorms are about to become a regular occurrence once again, especially in Florida. Lightning, the result of these storms, in many aspects is an enigma, but new research out of the Netherlands found that cosmic...
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This week’s Netflix pick: ‘The Babadook’ might just give you nightmares

I’ve never been a huge fan of the horror genre, since just watching the previews for scary movies as a kid would keep me from sleeping for weeks. As I’ve gotten older, I’ve started to understand the merits of horror...
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Not so “NEW” College: A history of BACCs

  With BACC Week having just ended, most graduating students can finally decompress as the infamous theses are printed, bound and placed to rest on the bookshelves of the Jane Bancroft Cook Library. Since 1967, the Senior Thesis Project has...
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