‘Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared’ creators to release three more videos

‘Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared’ creators to release three more videos

After its debut in 2011, “Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared,” a short film that originally appeared at the Sundance Film Festival, will be launching three more videos to stream online. The chilling series features puppets and plays off preschool programming...
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Organic Gardening Tutorial looks back on semester

Organic Gardening Tutorial looks back on semester

The Organic Gardening Tutorial, which focuses on permaculture and gardening in the Old Caples Garden wrapped up this week with student presentations and a look at the fruits of its labor as the semester draws to an end. “We used...
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College students cite technology preferences

A survey by CourseSmart and Wakefield Research in 2011 reported that 73 percent of college students cannot study without at least one piece of technology. Whether it be finding assignments on Moodle, creating class presentations, answering email from professor...
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Poll finds Tumblr and Facebook top social media sites

Poll finds Tumblr and Facebook top social media sites

A survey by CourseSmart and Wakefield Research in 2011 reported that 38 percent of college students cannot refrain  from checking one of their devices for more than 10 minutes. In fact, according to a survey conducted by re:fuel College Explorer...
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A developing tools: The Course Request System

The process of registration at New College is complicated to say the least. Functioning in two main parts, the Course Request System (CRS) and contract negotiation, signing up for classes can be a frustrating process. As the spring semester creeps...
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From kitchen to Sudakoff: Sarasota Delivery

Despite the convenience and affordability of Metz food, what is served might not always pique your tastebuds. Perhaps, the weekend hours of Hamilton “Ham” Center do not fit with busy schedules or maybe a late night feast is just the...
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New music rocks upcoming holiday season

By Leigh Barber   This year has already been exciting for the music world, but 2014 is about to accelerate with the beginning of the holiday season. Artists from all different genres are gearing up to release albums that they...
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Tips and Tricks: Apps to make a student’s life easier

“There’s an app for that” is a phrase that echoes within our world of smart phones, smarter tablets and even smarter laptops. Many are unaware of the helpful apps out there, apps that can potentially make the college student’s life...
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Save on showings: Student discounts for the arts

Sarasota can be an expensive place to live, especially in addition to college expenses. However, it is possible to take a study break without breaking the bank too. The following are popular art related venues that offer special deals to...
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Sarasota’s consignment culture helps community

As the weather cools down and autumn settles in, sweaters and boots are drawn out of the closet. Sarasota County offers an intriguing variety of thrift stores and consignment shops, including one of the largest Goodwill stores in the region....
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