Sunday, 16 December 2018

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Armed Robbery at nearby Shell gas station

Just a few weeks ago, New College police sent out a campus-wide security alert in response to the attempted armed robbery which occurred at approximately 2:42 a.m. on Oct. 3 at the Shell gas station at 6000 N Tamiami Trail….

A glimpse of my other life as a River City Rebel

photo courtesy of Tim Moone Check back in next week for the rest of the saga, including the final show in Jersey City, pictured here. Brandon Rainer pounds the keys (right) while yours truly cuts a rug (left). What follows…

Independent Study Projects — fast approaching

photo courtesy of ncf.edu The Four Winds Café began as an Independent Study Project. January Interterm is just around the corner and soon New College Students will be harried with work for their Independent Study Projects (ISPs).  First-years are no…

Nifty 50: New College's golden birthday

All photos Kaley Soud/Catalyst Oct. 22 marked a monumental occasion for the New College campus as it celebrated Founder’s Day and its 50th birthday. The morning was filled with festivities in front of College Hall as numerous speakers and alumni…

Sailors return safely after a week in the Gulf

All photos Lafe Henderson/Catalyst It was a rough night for first year Michael Long. His dream of sailing to the Dry Tortugas, an Island to the far West of the Florida Keys, was just to audacious given the short time…

New provost Miles talks with Catalyst

Casey Morell/Catalyst Provost-designate Stephen Miles sat down with the Catalyst to discuss a wide range of issues. On Sept. 28, the New College community was informed that Professor of Music and director of New Music New College Stephen Miles would…

NCF musician distraught over missing equipment

After three and a half weeks of frantic forum e-mails, unfruitful police reports and desperate phone calls to local pawnshops, thesis student Carlos Larrauri’s drum machine remains missing. Larrauri reported the drum machine absent from the band room via a…