Atomic Holiday Bazaar celebrates 13th season

Atomic Holiday Bazaar celebrates 13th season

All photos courtesy of Adrien Lucas. The 13th annual Atomic Holiday Bazaar will take place at the Sarasota Municipal Auditorium this weekend, Dec. 8 and Dec. 9. Designated as “an antidote to the big-box, Black Friday-esque shopping culture during the holiday...
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Holiday Craft Fair welcomes students artists

Holiday Craft Fair welcomes students artists

The Holiday Craft Fair, hosted by thesis student Jackie Lebouitz, will bring together student artists and patrons alike on Dec. 7 in the Nook, outside the Old Mail Room. “With the holidays coming up, there’s no doubt in my mind...
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De-stress from finals at ACLU trivia night

De-stress from finals at ACLU trivia night

The New College chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) will host their first trivia night of the semester on Thursday, Dec. 6 at 7 p.m. There will be free pizza and prizes for the top three teams. After...
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The Activist Newsletter (12/5 – 12/14)

The Activist Newsletter (12/5 – 12/14)

Throughout these final weeks of the fall semester (12/5–12/14), activists have the opportunity to participate in pet adoptions, community panels, demonstrations and vigils. Read on if you want to get involved in the community regarding knowledge building, st...
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Macron criticized by ‘Gilet Jaune’ fuel protesters

Macron criticized by ‘Gilet Jaune’ fuel protesters

Jacob Wentz is the Catalyst’s foreign correspondent reporting from Pau, France. Thousands of demonstrators organized in streets and highways throughout France over the weekend to protest proposed tax hikes on gas. The activists are organized under the Gilet ...
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Stier serves as interim CEO director while search for new director begins

Stier serves as interim CEO director while search for new director begins

As of Nov. 15, the Center for Career Engagement and Opportunity (CEO) has decided to open up the search for a new director. Staff hopes that finding a new director will bring some consistency to the CEO. Students hope that...
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Staying politically engaged over winter break

Staying politically engaged over winter break

A dire trap to be aware of this coming winter break is that, while away from the stress of college life, one might make the horrible mistake of thinking that the world is a good place. Thankfully, a cure for...
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CBD provides the benefit of weed without the high

CBD provides the benefit of weed without the high

2018 has been a hallmark year for Cannabidiol (CBD) products. CBD is one of the over 100 chemicals in cannabis, according to USA Today. Due to the fact that CBD sale and use is legal in Florida, accessible and can...
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Annual dance collective showcase marks the end of the semester

Annual dance collective showcase marks the end of the semester

The lights dimmed signaling to the audience to quiet down. The room was thick with anticipation. Then the first group took the stage to perform “Heart Attack” by LOONA/Chuu and the room erupted in shouting and applause instantly. This set...
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The future of the Four Winds café

The future of the Four Winds café

In the past few months, there have been talks regarding the future of New College’s student-operated café, the Four Winds, highlighting several financial and organizational concerns. “We have a meeting planned for Dawn Shongood, the Four Winds manager Lor...
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