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Sarasota Magazine hosts “Best of Sarasota” party

On April 22, the grounds of the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens were adorned with opulent crystal chandeliers and extravagant decorations for the “Best of Sarasota” party. Hosted by Sarasota Magazine, this annual event showcases the best of local restaurants and...
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Revitalizing the Gender and Diversity Center

Positive changes are in store for the Gender and Diversity Center. Last month, a group of students and professors organized an Independent Study Project (ISP) aimed at reviving the Gender and Diversity Center (GDC). Associate Professor of Sociology Sarah Herna...
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Administration to hire Director of Writing, replace John Gillette

The administration is hiring a new director of writing who will replace current interim director, John Gillette (‘88). While the goal is to expand the writing program beyond the current scope of the Writing Resource Center (WRC) and to provide...
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Graphic novel inspiring award-winning film impresses readers

With the recent release and acclaim of its cinematic adaptation, the graphic novel “Blue is the Warmest Color” has mesmerized and inspired readers and movie-goers alike. Recently translated from the French by author Julie Maroh, the award-winning comic bec...
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Indie rock favorite Arcade Fire promotes new album

“Formal attire or costume mandatory” was the caveat posted in the email sent to everyone who had pre-ordered Arcade Fire’s latest album “Reflektor.” These lucky few gained first access to tickets to a unique concert experience from the Grammy-award-w...
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VOX attends Planned Parenthood training

On Saturday Sept. 7, 2013, VOX co-president Lynn Gussman and a dedicated group of VOX trainees piled into their cars to go to the Planned Parenthood Sarasota Health Center, where they learned what it means to be a voice for...
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Palm Court overhaul to bring new tiles, palm trees

Palm Court, the “center of the universe” according to the New College constitution, is definitely a hub of student activity, but it surely isn’t new. Palm Court ties everyone from first years through thesis students to nearly 50 years of...
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