New College & “The 305” connecting the coasts of the Florida rap game

New College & “The 305” connecting the coasts of the Florida rap game

*Editor’s note: The author hosted CONCERT SUR LA BAY and FREESTYLE/FLOETRY/F*CKERY PCP with performers SDotBraddy, Yoshi Thompkins and Sekajipo present.*     Hip-hop may have been declared the most popular music genre of 2017 by Billboard, but its popularity in...
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Going from A+ to Strong Sat: A thesis student’s guide to navigating (and making the best of) narrative evaluations

Going from A+ to Strong Sat: A thesis student’s guide to navigating (and making the best of) narrative evaluations

First-years will receive their first evaluations in the coming weeks, and although they may have experienced New College’s unique grading system by seeing little paragraphs stapled to exams rather than a letter or number at the top of the page,...
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New College, leftist politics and the third party: Our school’s role in the Bush-Gore election and questions for 2016

New College, leftist politics and the third party: Our school’s role in the Bush-Gore election and questions for 2016

When George W. Bush was elected president for his first term, many current thesis students were in kindergarten (first-years might have been toddlers), yet his presidency shaped, and ultimately determined, the outcomes of the most significant political events ...
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FCC votes on new rules to protect net neutrality

Activists cited a major victory last week when the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted on new rules which effectively protect net neutrality. The rules ensure that the Internet is treated as a public utility by prohibiting paid “fast lanes” offer...
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Writer in Residence position fills long-held creative writing void

Despite substantial student interest in creative writing there is no full time, tenure-track professor in that field at New College. The Writer in Residence program has been the sole academic creative writing opportunity at the school. The program hires a...
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Library late hours still to be determined

Library late hours still to be determined

Late night studiers may be treated to another hour or so of library time within the next week or two, depending on whether or not the  New College Student Alliance (NCSA) and the dean of the library can come to...
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Wall Preview – March 6 & 7

Friday, March 6: Broads All Abroad – Sydnie Petteway & Bailey Peterson   Broads All Abroad Wall, hosted by third-years Sydnie Petteway and Bailey Peterson, is a welcome back party for students who have finally returned after having studied abroad...
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PHOTOS: Issue 2, Spring 2015

All photos for Issue I, including some not found in the physical version, can be found on our Flickr:
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Thanksgiving costs lower this year

Roughly 51 million turkeys will be consumed tomorrow.  Along with the cooler weather and finals, Thanksgiving has arrived, the only day in America where it is socially acceptable to eat yourself into a deep sleep. The “First Thanksgiving” occurred in...
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NCF wins Turkey Bowl

With a truck loaded with free beer, Donal O’Shea wearing a jersey reading “Luck of the Irish” and a combination of Ringling and New College students and supporters watching on, the New College Null Set beat the Ringling Armadillos 30-0...
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