How to make your own AOC

How to make your own AOC

Did you come to New College under the impression that you would be able to carve out your own Creative Writing AOC? Were you disappointed to discover that not only would it be impossible given our faculty, but that even...
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Pimps and Purple Drank: A History of Racialized Wall and PCP Themes

Pimps and Purple Drank: A History of Racialized Wall and PCP Themes

  Walls have been a staple of the New College community for decades. They encapsulate the spirit of the student population, but Walls also serve as indicators of racial tension on campus. While it can be hard to imagine dissent...
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47th St. House: A New College legend

47th St. House: A New College legend

There exists a house that is near and dear to the hearts of generations of New College graduates. Many current students know of the house and some frequent it still. Those who have heard of it know quirky facts about...
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The NCSA Archives: A Guilty Pleasure for History Buffs

The NCSA Archives: A Guilty Pleasure for History Buffs

These days, the Old Mail Room in Hamilton “Ham” Center is well-known by students as a communal space, a room that has become a popular shortcut for anyone traveling back and forth between The Nook and central Ham. With large...
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The Feminist sit-in turned sleep-in

The Feminist sit-in turned sleep-in

With only about 50 years and 5,000 alums under our belt, I’m frequently taken aback by the immense, enthralling and unique history our tiny college possesses. While browsing through New College’s digital and physical archives, moments arise when I imagine....
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Women wanting to wait longer to have children turn to freezing their eggs

  Women today are waiting longer than ever to start having children. The National Center for Health Statistics at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention studied accumulated data from the past four decades discovering that in 2012, there were...
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Alum networks in the U.S.

BY CAITLYN RALPH, KAYLIE STOKES & PARIESA YOUNG Florida state’s college performance metrics knock New College because many of its alumni find jobs out of state. In this spread, the Tangent talked to a few alumni who live in some of the...
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An off-campus tradition: New College “heirloom” houses

An off-campus tradition: New College “heirloom” houses

  Some houses have a history. In the neighborhoods surrounding campus, there are many houses – too many to count – that have hosted generations of New College students within their walls. These homes have acquired names, developed characteristics and....
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Up in flames: Getting to the butt of cigarette smoking culture

Up in flames: Getting to the butt of cigarette smoking culture

Cigarettes are often quickly finished as soon as they’re lit outside of the library, leisurely smoked in the middle of conversation at the Four Winds or shared among Wall attendees tired from dancing in the middle of Palm Court. In...
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Bahi Hut: Tamiami Trail’s treasure

Bahi Hut: Tamiami Trail’s treasure

  “So the Bahi Hut… Many memories, mostly pleasantly hazy,” reflected New College alum William “Bill” Rosenberg (’73) about the historic bar tucked away in the Golden Host Resort Hotel off of Highway 41. Since its debut in 1954, not...
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