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Artspace begins developing plans for artist community

By Leigh Barber   With a thriving art scene and rich culture, Sarasota beckons to all kinds of artists. It is home to several museums and performing arts centers that draw crowds from all across the globe. Unfortunately, the phrase...
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Midterm elections cost $3.7 billion

By Leigh Barber   The funding for the 2014 midterm cycle was turned inside out for both parties. After one of the most expensive midterm cycles in history, reports show that huge amounts of money have come from organizations that...
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Cops hand out teddy bears to distressed kids

By Leigh Barber   As a stark contrast to a slew of new Humvees, the Sarasota Police Department has recently received over 200 teddy bears. While this may seem strange, these cuddly plush toys are not for the officers. Instead,...
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Gas prices continue to fall

By Leigh Barber   With low fall temperatures come even lower gas prices. Students and faculty alike are reveling in the newfound lower costs that have arrived in Sarasota. While a steady decline in prices has been observed since the...
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Medieval Fair expected to have largest turnout

With a turnout of 62,000 people and 116 vendors at last year’s event, the Sarasota Medieval Fair organizers were under a lot of pressure not only to maintain the attendance for the 2014 festival, but to exceed it. The fair...
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Late fall elections bring campus-wide issues to the forefront

The upcoming New College Student Alliance (NCSA) elections will take place Thursday, Nov. 13 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. in Hamilton “Ham” Center. This election will determine the new members of the NCSA ranging from President to Student Court...
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NCF Zombies infect campus

NCF Zombies infect campus

For the past few weeks, a bloody sign has hung above Hamilton “Ham” Center’s dining area. It reads “Quarantine: Zombie Outbreak,” warning of the upcoming infection, marked by paranoia, that will inevitably run its course. Held every year before Hallo...
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Students and faculty prepare for Native American Heritage Month

By Leigh Barber   As November sets in, Native American Heritage Month will take place around the nation. New College has its own plans to celebrate and pay respect to the history of the first inhabitants of North America. Professor...
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Malala Yousafzai youngest recipient of Nobel Peach Prize

A 17 year old girl posed a question to an audience: “If one man can destroy everything, then why can’t one girl change it?” This question was the culmination of efforts towards changing barriers towards education equality, and the audience...
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Recalling whiskey, rethinking beer

Finland, Sweden and Norway recently asked the makers of Fireball whiskey to recall a batch containing higher than usual amounts of the ingredient propylene glycol, used as a sweetening agent in the newly popular cinnamon whiskey. Despite being commonly utilize...
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