The Waterfront: a short history

The Waterfront: a short history

  27*22.80N, 082*33.89W. For generations of water-loving students, this coordinate point marks the first place they rigged a sailboat, went on an afternoon-long kayaking adventure or learned how to windsurf. While this is a place in common to many cohorts,...
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The Dort door shitter, lube wrestling and other stories from New College alumni

The Dort door shitter, lube wrestling and other stories from New College alumni

  “I talked to the roommate of the Dort door shitter. He said the Dort door shitter was Richard, and it was room 204,” third-year, Bianca Persechino said with a straight face to the Catalyst. “I don’t know if we...
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Not so New College: stories of ghosts and spirits from the past

Not so New College: stories of ghosts and spirits from the past

  Ninety-one years after the death of Charles Ringling, ghosts and spirits continue to swarm the dusty halls of College Hall and the eerie corners of the rest of campus. The Catalyst asked current students and alumni to share their...
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Graffiti and hot wax: the lost tradition of NCF print culture

Graffiti and hot wax: the lost tradition of NCF print culture

Hidden under layers of paint and within dusty cabinets are some of the most vivid records of daily life on campus in days long past. Unknown to many current students and recent alumnae/i, before student discourse largely migrated to the...
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Not So New College: The past of the Palmer Buildings

Not So New College: The past of the Palmer Buildings

No. B Dorm is not rapidly sinking into the ground, as some might say. Sitting pridefully as a bright blue beauty on the academic side of campus, B Dorm is the last remaining Palmer Building still used as a residential...
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