“Kiss me through the phone”: RA Loveline in the time of coronavirus
The event organizers dropped off goodie bags brimming multiple varieties of lube, condoms and resources.

“Kiss me through the phone”: RA Loveline in the time of coronavirus

Dozens of Novos logged on to Zoom on Friday, Nov. 6 to participate in RA Loveline, an annual event aimed at celebrating sexual health and positivity. Participants could hear their anonmyous questions answered from a panel of sex educators including alumna and sex educator Cassandra…

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Introducing New College’s brand new COVID-19 liaisons
If selected for random testing, students should now report to Sainer Auditorium on the Caples campus on Mondays between 12-4 p.m. or Tuesdays between 9 a.m.-12 p.m.

Introducing New College’s brand new COVID-19 liaisons

The COVID-19 liaison's are paid and will look to improve communication of COVID-19 information on-campus. On Oct. 5, New College Student Alliance (NCSA) President and Catalyst co-Copy Editor Sofia Lombardi sent a weekly update to the student email list saying that she, Dean of Student…

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Tracking Hurricane Eta

Storm rolling over Lido Beach on Sept. 20. Holly Penta/Catalyst. Tropical storm Eta strengthened to a category 1 hurricane early Wednesday morning and is expected to make another landfall soon. Eta is not forecasted to directly hit Sarasota, but the county has drafted a local…

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Heart Walk 2020: digital edition

Students, faculty and staff who sign up for the heart walk will receive a free t-shirt emblazoned with this design. Image courtesy of Lisa Bolduc. New College is participating in the virtual 2020 Suncoast Heart Walk on Dec. 12 to raise money for the American Heart Association (AHA).…

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Mid-semester progress reports indicate that many students are struggling. How is the college supporting them?
The Student Success Center in HCL 5 was once a vibrant spot for socializing, appointments and studying, but all appointments and workshops have been conducted remotely since mid-March.

Mid-semester progress reports indicate that many students are struggling. How is the college supporting them?

Second-year Luis Chavez-Sanchez was struggling to stay motivated this semester, so he did not feel surprised when he received an email from a Student Success Coach about some concerns that his professors raised on his mid-semester progress reports.  “I feel like I knew that I…

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