Parking Lot Regatta showcases student’s custom rides

"On your mark, ready, go!" Buyssens cheered to the competitors.The eyes painted on winner third-year Garland Hanson's face represent the "Monster" theme of the functional, yet elaborately designed bike.Second-years Gabe Sobel and Clayton Bauldree push their Anarchy vehicle to the finish line, using strength and…

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RHINO Project examines human impact through contemporary dance
"The Origin Rhino," Phoenix Kazdis is beheaded by the humans.

RHINO Project examines human impact through contemporary dance

Canadian Abraham Waterman and Texan “Amazin’ Walter McDonald” teamed up to create this surreal architecture piece.Canadian Mélineige Beauregard describes sand sculpting not as an art or a sport but as a “spiritual experience”. She works alongside Florida localThe human dancers are intrigued by the rhino's…

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Breaking down budgeting, insurance and banking

Phones are built to trigger adrenaline rushes: Google Calendar, Gmail, banking apps, social media and games all vie for attention with stylized notification sounds.  Prioritizing these notifications are a part of the daily organizational tasks that give many young adults anxiety as the complex scheme…

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New College commemorates fall of Berlin Wall
Students took turns striking the west side of the wall with a sledgehammers. Photo courtesy of Anna Lynn Winfrey

New College commemorates fall of Berlin Wall

All photos courtesy of Anna Lynn Winfrey Students took turns striking the west side of the wall with a sledgehammers.Some students got to take home souvenirs of the wall.Third-year Sarah Lane takes a wack at the already beat-up wall.Second-year Ginelle Swan takes a swing at…

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The Climate Action Plan: how New College aims to slowly minimize its carbon footprint
Food Forest TA Evan Teal gives an informational plant walk to a visitor from the (area or community)

The Climate Action Plan: how New College aims to slowly minimize its carbon footprint

 The New College of Florida Climate Action Plan, prepared in 2010, was the first call to analyze and modify the school’s individual contribution to climate change. Since 2010, however, many changes have affected the variables involved in being eco-friendly. Now, with global climate strikes stressing…

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Roller skating the pain away at the tennis courts

  Every Tuesday night after the tennis club leaves the courts, a varying group of students glide onto the smooth concrete floor to practice their roller skating skills. Around 8:30 p.m. the lights turn on to illuminate the different skaters.  The student skaters come from all…

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Education gets sexy: RA Loveline

Although sex education is highly debated nationally, discussion of the relevant topics of self worth, honest communication and myths about the body often fail to reach students during the sexually tumultous  times of college. Sex educators on campus refuse to neglect this aspect of the…

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