Manasota BLM chapter moves meetings to NCF

Manasota BLM chapter moves meetings to NCF

Black Lives Matter has been active for years now, but with a new school year comes the chance for members of New College, as well as the greater Manasota community to get involved. The Black Lives Matter of Manasota mission...
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After winning primary, Professor Alcock looks to November

After winning primary, Professor Alcock looks to November

New College associate Professor of Political Science and Environmental studies, Frank Alcock, is hoping for an upset in the Republican-favored Florida race for the 23rd District of the Florida State Senate. Alcock, who has been a professor at NCF for...
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Memorial held in remembrance of student Ijeoma Uzoukwu

Memorial held in remembrance of student Ijeoma Uzoukwu

Novos gathered together in remembrance of the death of Ijeoma Uzoukwu (‘14), who had attended New College during the 2014-2015 school year before withdrawing. The memorial was originally intended to be at the bay, a popular location for Sarasota residents...
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New College Professor Frank Alcock wins primary election

New College Professor Frank Alcock wins primary election

New College Political Science professor Frank Alcock, is hoping for an upset in the heavily Republican Florida race for Senate. Alcock, who has been a professor at NCF for 13 years, has, and will continue to, campaign hard. These efforts...
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SSDP focusing on harm reduction as COUP approaches

As one of the largest, and arguably most controversial, events this year draws near, a student-run organization has already planned to make the Center of the Universe Party (COUP) as safe as possible for attendees. The Students for Sensible Drug...
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CAA to adopt rolling deadlines for speaker fund applications

  The Speaker Allocation Fund has always been an underused resource on campus. So far this year, only a mere 5.5 percent of the fund has been distributed. The Council of Academic Affairs (CAA) hopes to raise awareness of the...
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Campus hosts 6th annual International Career Development Seminar

  The International Career Development Seminar, an all-day workshop open to the entire Sarasota community, annually hosts numerous speakers to discuss work opportunities abroad. In celebration of United Nations (UN) Day and the organization’s 70th anniv...
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Houseless individuals file suit against Sarasota and police

Nearly 900 homeless individuals have been arrested in Sarasota for sleeping outdoors, according to a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and six houseless men on Sept. 30. The suit has brought the city of Sarasota into...
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Housing working to replace old card encoding system with new master system

One of the least talked about problems on campus this semester has been the card encoding system. While in most cases it is only a minor inconvenience – as keys can still be used – the problem is not a...
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Meet the Co-Presidents: Statham and Pellaton

Meet the Co-Presidents: Statham and Pellaton

    by Colt Dodd and Jasmine Respess This year’s New College Student Alliance (NCSA) presidential election was unlike any other. Due to the quick departure of the recently sitting second-year president, Carlos Santos, a speedy special election had ...
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