I attempted to re-live Spring Breakers so you don’t have to

I attempted to re-live Spring Breakers so you don’t have to

In 2012, enfant terrible filmmaker Harmony Korine changed the discourse around a college rite of passage: Spring Break. His abject, star studded film Spring Breakers featured all the tropes of neon bikinis, binge drinking and EDM, interspersed with robberies, drug...
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Installations, Portraits, Video: how can you really thesis?

Installations, Portraits, Video: how can you really thesis?

Up until the summer of your third year at New College, the thesis project seems something of a myth, the final undergraduate proposal of knowledge. Even when you’re an underclassman and have friends that are thesis students—you don’t really know...
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On loneliness, language barriers and living abroad: two students share their experiences studying abroad last semester

On loneliness, language barriers and living abroad: two students share their experiences studying abroad last semester

BY AUDREY WARNE AND CASSIE MANZ On language barriers Cassie: How has the experience of taking all of your classes in French been? Audrey: It’s been frustrating, but it’s also been good at certain points. Sometimes I’m sitting there and...
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What you gon’ bump to?

What you gon’ bump to?

BY BREE NIEVES, MILES ITON AND NOAH BASLAW   Computer Luv – Ravyn Lenae + Steve Lacey (Crush EP) Ravyn Lenae is an 18-year-old Chicago native. She has been kicking it in the music scene for the past couple of...
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Mission possible: how to study abroad successfully with disabilities

Mission possible: how to study abroad successfully with disabilities

Studying abroad is hard enough, requiring considerable investments of time, money and planning. It can also impose significant emotional and mental strain as a result of marked changes in daily routine and academic schedule. While every disability presents its...
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A trailer estate of mind

A trailer estate of mind

  As a little girl, Sophia Kanzius often wondered what heaven would look like. She imagined a place that was warm all year, a place where no one had to work, with green trees and flowers that stayed in bloom....
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Douglas Langston: philosopher, alchemist, wizard?

Douglas Langston: philosopher, alchemist, wizard?

  For religion students at the New College of Florida and potentially all disciplines on the tightly-knit New College campus, the circle of professors you work with is small. Religion houses Professor Marks, Professor [Manu] Lopez-Zafra, Professor Michals...
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Dalí/Duchamp: an exhibition at the Dalí considers the relationship between one of the most influential and one of the most infamous artists of the 20th century

Dalí/Duchamp: an exhibition at the Dalí considers the relationship between one of the most influential and one of the most infamous artists of the 20th century

Artists Salvador Dalí and Marcel Duchamp’s influential works and distinct personalities are the focus of an exhibition taking place at the Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg from now until May 27. The first exhibition to focus solely on the friendship...
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The art of PCP: “Time Travel” hosts elaborate

The art of PCP: “Time Travel” hosts elaborate

The biggest party on the New College campus is the famous Palm Court Party (PCP), and the only way they happen is for brave souls to take the initiative and throw it. The festivities have traditionally spanned campus wide and...
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Wake – Living With/In Disaster

Wake – Living With/In Disaster

Not all thesis’ are alike and rarely any are site-specific. For Rachel Ceciro a literature and anthropology thesis student, site and environment are more than important to her work this thesis year. Specifically, she has reimagined the body of water...
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