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OPINION: Revisiting Inauguration 2017: A student perspective

by Dylan Pryor and Saif Iqbal On Jan. 20, several New College students arrived in Washington D.C. to witness the 58th Presidential Inauguration. As Muslim and Jewish-American students, we stood only hundreds of feet from the Capitol as a new...
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The Electoral College is the Blue Shell from Mario Kart

For nine years, the blue shell has mercilessly hunted innocent Mario Kart first-placers. It is a real problem. A menace. But then it hit me… We now face an even greater threat. A real life blue shell that is far...
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Opinión: ¡La historia no te absolverá, Fidel!

Opinión: ¡La historia no te absolverá, Fidel!

The first thing my mother told me when I woke up at home in Miami on Saturday morning, Nov. 26 was, “Fidel Castro died!” as smiles broke across both of our faces. “No way!” I cheered, sitting up in bed....
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Going from A+ to Strong Sat: A thesis student’s guide to navigating (and making the best of) narrative evaluations

Going from A+ to Strong Sat: A thesis student’s guide to navigating (and making the best of) narrative evaluations

First-years will receive their first evaluations in the coming weeks, and although they may have experienced New College’s unique grading system by seeing little paragraphs stapled to exams rather than a letter or number at the top of the page,...
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Opinion—Facing Anti-Semitism on campus: A Jewish student’s perspective

Opinion—Facing Anti-Semitism on campus: A Jewish student’s perspective

My grandfather was a survivor of the Holocaust from Hungary. He passed before I was born, but my mother told me stories when I was young about his experiences. Terror, unfathomable loss and the destruction of many lives forever. That...
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