Brant’s Used Books has 25,000 books for sale at three day event

Brant’s Used Books has 25,000 books for sale at three day event

New College students are not often seen without a book, and now no one will have to be caught bookless again. From Friday, Nov. 30 to Sunday, Dec. 2, Brant’s Used Books will be holding a book sale with over...
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Annual medieval fair returns to the Sarasota Fairgrounds

Annual medieval fair returns to the Sarasota Fairgrounds

With its warm climate and thriving opera scene, it is no surprise that Sarasota remains a popular destination for snowbirds, in search of a place with no winter coats or income taxes. Each November, though, the city also becomes a...
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The Activist Newsletter (11/14 – 11/21)

The Activist Newsletter (11/14 – 11/21)

Throughout this week (11/14–11/21), activists have the opportunity to participate in public lectures, film screenings and community meetings. Read on if you want to get involved in the community regarding environmental protection, knowledge building and poli...
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“Campus Conversations” finds its rhythm

“Campus Conversations” finds its rhythm

The Sarasota community will have the opportunity to partake in discussion about the poetic intricacies of rap on Thursday, Nov. 15 from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Professor of Greek Language and Literature Carl Shaw and alumnus Paul Loriston (‘14)...
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Fall recipes for college kitchens

Fall recipes for college kitchens

Fall is often associated with food bringing friends and family together. This article provides recipes for fall foods that students of any cooking skill level can make. The first recipe falls under the dessert category and is for pumpkin pie...
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Fats, Freaks and Queers: Photography by Shoog McDaniel

Fats, Freaks and Queers: Photography by Shoog McDaniel

All photos courtesy of Shoog McDaniel. With almost 50,000 Instagram followers, Shoog McDaniel has made a name for themself posting ethereal photographs of individuals who inhabit what McDaniel calls “marginalized bodies.” By featuring individuals who ident...
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Outdoor photography exhibit “The FENCE” comes to Sarasota

Outdoor photography exhibit “The FENCE” comes to Sarasota

All photos Cait Matthews/Catalyst. As November comes into full swing in Sarasota, so does “The FENCE,” an annual photography exhibit that is open to submissions from anyone. This year, the self-proclaimed largest outdoor traveling exhibit in North America ...
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Sarasota school police department deals with monetary issues and resignations

Sarasota school police department deals with monetary issues and resignations

The most important thing to a parent is the safety of their child. That is what makes it so hard for them to send their children off to school everyday, away from where they themselves can protect them. To give...
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Democrats take back control of the House, while Republicans retain control of the Senate

Democrats take back control of the House, while Republicans retain control of the Senate

In a historic election night, the Democrats regained control of the House of Representatives for the first time since 2010, while Republicans retained control of the Senate and expanded their majority. With races still to be called in Arizona and...
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Environmental lobbying turns artsy with FCNL

Environmental lobbying turns artsy with FCNL

Activism and art are a powerful pairing, and one does not have to be a professional artist to try to affect change. On Friday, Nov. 16, the Friends Committee on National Legislation (FCNL) will host a workshop on writing letters...
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