SUBMISSION: “Human Tales on Refrigerator Doors” Local exhibit showcases racist caricature of Newtown

SUBMISSION: “Human Tales on Refrigerator Doors” Local exhibit showcases racist caricature of Newtown

by Billy Cooney While the Newtown Alive project has been showcasing the “courage, dignity, [and] determination” of Newtown’s history, the Center for Architecture Sarasota has taken a different approach. In a recent exhibit, seven architects use photos and mementos to...
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Faculty Submission: Professor David Brain on Feb. 8 faculty meeting

SUBMITTED BY PROFESSOR DAVID BRAIN   Dear Colleagues, I’ve been thinking about this since our February 8 meeting, but the article I just read in the Catalyst today has reinforced my concerns. First, I want to say that I appreciate...
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SUBMISSION: Yoga at New College!

SUBMISSION: Yoga at New College!

Students of New College! Feeling out of balance? Need an activity that’ll help pull your overloaded mind from the drudgery of liberal academics? Yoga is an activity meant to develop the body, mind, and spirit, serving as the perfect counterbalance...
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SUBMISSION: Will you consider major changes to our political and economic system to create a more just and democratic society? If so.

A FREE BOOK FOR YOUR FEEDBACK SUBMITTED BY BOB BIVONA Public revenues from higher taxes on high incomes and taxes on large amounts of wealth can be used in ways that will create economic boom and greatly improve other social conditions....
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SUBMISSION: Floridians at odds over Amendment 1

SUBMITTED BY GABRIELLE A. CONNOR — University of Florida Floridians are being faced with a tough decision this upcoming election. Many residents are confused on whether to vote for or against Amendment 1 on Nov. 8. The bill is advertised as a...
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SUBMISSION – Do your part to prevent the spread of Zika

SUBMISSION – Do your part to prevent the spread of Zika

SUBMITTED BY Marshall Criser III, State University System Chancellor As the new school year begins, it’s an opportunity for all students to help curb the spread of the Zika virus by practicing good habits, including using mosquito repellent, spilling standin...
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Letter to the editor: Take action in regard to the recent signing of HB 1411

Letter to the editor: Take action in regard to the recent signing of HB 1411

SUBMITTED BY MARIANNY DE LEON The purpose of this letter is to encourage the New College community to continue take action in regard to the recent signing of HB 1411 into law by Governor Rick Scott. Many of you signed...
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I had a great time during the semester in Tallahassee. Would you?

  SUBMITTED BY DYLAN PRYOR This past semester, I joined six other New College students in Florida’s capital for the new Semester in Tallahassee program, thanks to the brilliant efforts of Professors Fitzgerald and Alcock, and Andrea Knies of the...
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News from the Capitol: Policies and Power

News from the Capitol: Policies and Power

  SUBMITTED BY DYLAN PRYOR As an interning political analyst and a member of the Florida Capitol’s Press Corps, I have been able to witness many of the legislature’s policymaking efforts as they happen. Here are a few highlights from...
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Singular, daring and a little ‘Crazy’: The boundary-breaking moment for Network TV

SUBMITTED BY DAVID CANFIELD The series premiere of the new FX anthology drama “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story” drew 5.1 million viewers live – the biggest launch in the network’s history. Produced by Ryan Murphy and written...
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