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New College Police participate in National Prescription Drug Take Back Day

On Saturday, Sept. 27, the New College/University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee Campus Police participated as a collector in the Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA) National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. This was the DEA’s ninth and final event in an effort...
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NCSA Structure Under Possible Construction

The New College Student Alliance (NCSA) held a meeting on Oct. 1 in HCL 8 explaining the pros and cons of the newly proposed government, due to the confusing structure of the existing government. Those interested were greeted with refreshments...
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Sarasota Police buys military surplus humvees

The Sarasota Police Department (SPD) is the proud new owner of two military humvees. The armored vehicles, bought at a low price from a government surplus program, will be used for search and rescue missions. The former U.S. military vehicles...
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Construction in Pritzker: a “herculean” task

Construction in Pritzker: a “herculean” task

Last spring, a part of Pritzker’s understructure cracked from erosion and collapsed, costing approximately $115,000 in construction. The Pritzker Marine Biology Research Center was built in 2001 with funds generously donated by Jack and Rhoda Pritzker and a ...
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New recycling program helps students reach goals

New recycling program helps students reach goals

In 2008, the Florida legislature passed a bill which established a 75 percent recycling goal to be met by the year 2020. This year New College began a partnership with Waste Management in order to work towards meeting that goal....
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HIV testing: What it means for you and the community

One in five people living with HIV do not know they are infected. When looking at young people ages 13 to 24, that statistic rises to almost three out of five. For the third year in a row, Community Awareness...
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Conception to Current Day: The Ebola Virus Crisis

The Ebola Virus has claimed over 3,000 lives this year in the West African states of Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Nigeria. With five known strains and a 55 percent mortality rate, Ebola is a threat to many inhabiting the...
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Asking for change: Parking meters may benefit homeless

As the city grapples with a rising homeless population, the solution may lie forgotten in a storage unit somewhere. Unused parking meters, installed and decried by members of the downtown Sarasota community, may be an enterprising way of collecting funds...
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May day May Day: A call to get money out of politics

“There is only one issue in this country,” former MSNBC commentator Cenk Uygur told Netroots Nation, in June 2011. “Campaign finance reform.” This opens Lawrence Lessig’s book Republic Lost: How Money Corrupts Congress and a Plan to Stop It. Lessig,....
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Fire Marshal finds outside Dortstein furniture a fire hazard

The exterior hallways of Dort and Goldstein residence halls appear sparse since they have been cleared of the usual couches, coffee tables, tapestries and hammocks. The Fire Marshal regular inspection during Spring Break reported numerous violations across cam...
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