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Send a raven:‘Game ofThrones’ season four premieres

How big are Daenerys’ dragons now? Who is Prince Oberyn? What will come from Arya’s growing brutality? These are some of the questions millions of viewers, including many NCF students, hoped to see answered when the HBO show “Game of...
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Sexual Assault Awareness Month at New College

This article may contain triggering material related to sexual assault and domestic violence. The month of April marks the recognition of Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM), and this year, the Counseling and Wellness Center (CWC) is hosting a number of...
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Students share internship experiences

To follow up last week’s article about the new internship coordinator position, the Catalyst profiles student internships. Students say interning gives them real world experience, insights into their interests, thesis ideas and prepares them for their future...
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Gap raises minimum wage among others

Something every liberal art’s student has nightmares about: working at a low end wage job. But we live in exciting times. The media has exploded the past couple of weeks with news of a major retailer, Gap Inc., announcing they...
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Alum Casey Morell talks journalism careers

Alum Casey Morell talks journalism careers

As part of their ongoing effort to connect New College alumnae to current students, the Center for Engagement Opportunities (CEO) recently hosted New College grad Casey Morell (‘08), offering a free lunch conversation with him on Friday, Oct. 24. The...
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Tutorial takes a turn after dismissal of instructor

When co-instructor of the tutorial Mark Libowitz was dismissed in September by the Provost for procedural conflicts, students in the tutorial and administrators alike faced the unique problem of continuing without its original instructor. Despite this drawback...
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