OP-ED: How Fox News has misshapen itself, politics and the American public

OP-ED: How Fox News has misshapen itself, politics and the American public

When Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s first indictments regarding the Russia-Trump campaign scandal were officially announced Monday, Oct. 30, not a single person in the entirety of the United States of America cared about cheeseburger emojis–including the “Fox and Friends” crew....
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Flake joins Corker in protest as Trump continues to uproot political landscape

Flake joins Corker in protest as Trump continues to uproot political landscape

Trump-era politics has not only wreaked havoc on the Democratic party, but on the Republican party as well. Only weeks after Tennessee Senator (R) Bob Corker called the White House an “adult day care,” Arizona Senator (R) Jeff Flake came out...
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Puerto Ricans still left in the dark

Puerto Ricans still left in the dark

Most of Puerto Rico remains without power more than a month after Hurricane Maria ripped through the island. The total of lost hours in electricity between Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands has added up to the largest blackout...
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Economic bubbles: Another crash on the horizon?

Economic bubbles: Another crash on the horizon?

Albert Einstein said, “No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it.” Have the leaders of the U.S. economy made the same short sighted play of ten years ago, the impetus to the biggest economic...
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‘What they don’t teach you is how to deal with the aftermath’: Alum and KNPR producer Casey Morell on the Las Vegas shooting

‘What they don’t teach you is how to deal with the aftermath’: Alum and KNPR producer Casey Morell on the Las Vegas shooting

Alum Casey Morell (‘08) graduated from the New College of Florida in 2012 with an Area of Concentration (AOC) in Political Science/International and Area Studies. He served as the General Editor of the Catalyst during his thesis year before later...
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What now? A look at our politicians following Harvey and Irma

What now? A look at our politicians following Harvey and Irma

Over the course of a month, Hurricanes Harvey and Irma devastated the lives of many, and have rendered people around the world fearful of a future where these storms only continue to build in strength due to climate change. While...
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Spelman College announces new policy regarding enrollment of transgender students

Spelman College announces new policy regarding enrollment of transgender students

In an age of constantly evolving understandings and experiences of gender, historical women’s colleges and universities across the country are faced with the task of updating and reassessing their admission policies. Spelman College, a historically Black lib...
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Why are tuition and healthcare so expensive?

Why are tuition and healthcare so expensive?

  Behind the need for health insurance lies the need for affordable healthcare, and getting a college degree reaps less profits as the cost for that degree increases. Americans have the highest costs for healthcare and tuition in the world....
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Hurricanes in the Gulf Region: United States

Hurricanes in the Gulf Region: United States

  The most affected part of the U.S. was the state of Florida, but more specifically, the Florida Keys. Hurricane Irma made landfall on Cudjoe Key, FL as a Category 4 with the highest recorded winds reaching 120 mph in...
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Banner revealed in defense of DACA recipients

Banner revealed in defense of DACA recipients

Within hours of the announcement that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals would be phased out over the next six months,, a group consisting of both New College students and Sarasota-Manatee residents assembled outside of New College’s ACE building to....
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