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International Career Development Seminar held to inspire community

The walls were filled with posters from international organizations, the tables were filled with students from colleges and high schools and the day was filled with talks from speakers in a vast variety of areas. It was difficult to leave...
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Efforts to improve retention yielding positive results

By Colt Dodd In the wake of the disappointing results of last year’s college scorecard which culminated in the loss of $1,080,000 in funding, the administration is hoping to increase this year’s score by improving the school’s retention rate. Statistics....
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Students reach stalemate in Hong Kong

By Leigh Barber Students and other groups troubled by the actions of the Chinese government have rushed to the streets of Hong Kong to protest in the hopes of gaining what they desire: universal suffrage for the people of Hong...
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Halloween canceled due to manhunt

An ongoing manhunt for Erin Frein, who shot and killed Pennsylvania state trooper Bryon Dickson on Sept. 12, has prompted the Pennsylvania town of Barrett to cancel Halloween activities. Believing it would give Frein a place and time to strike...
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Students gather for ISP workshop

Last Wednesday saw a conglomeration of students in Sudakoff for the ISP workshop. Mostly first-years and second-years with the occasional upper year, all were in a January state of mind, ready for information and much anticipated Group ISP details. The...
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Amazon revealed as largest vinyl retailer

Whole Foods, Guitar Center and Hot Topic are some of the few new and odd marketers of vinyl records. Despite claims made in September by Urban Outfitters chief administrative officer, Amazon appears to be the number one seller of vinyl...
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Aral Sea Crisis

Corroded ships lie stranded in salt drenched sand as the rushing of water and life in general has become a mere memory. Once the world’s fourth largest lake, the Aral Sea has been reduced in fifty years to little more...
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Thirsty for justice: Students campaign for Killer Coke

Killer Coke, the campaign to get rid of Coca-Cola products at New College, has made a lot of waves over the past few weeks, gathering student supporters and momentum. The campaign is trying tirelessly to rid the New College campus...
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Vandalism in Ham Center poses safety concerns

In response to a string of vandalism, Hamilton “Ham” Center was closed during the early mornings over fall break. Numerous discussions among the Dean of Student Affairs Tracy Murray, campus police and the New College Student Alliance (NCSA) led to...
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Campus celebrates McCord’s pending retirement

By Caitlyn Ralph and Giulia Heyward From 2001 to 2014, Dr. Elzie McCord served as the Professor of Biology at the New College of Florida. On Oct. 8 in College Hall, faculty and students alike came to celebrate McCord due...
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