New semester brings new tutorials

Navigating the tutorials at New College can be a bit daunting, but they can be a great way to further explore topics not traditionally taught in classrooms.  Three of these topics offered this semester are Mindfulness Meditation, Arabic and Substance Abuse & Harm Reduction. The…

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Library switches to digital printing system

The library printing system has recently undergone needed changes, namely the doing away with cash cards as payment in favor of an entirely virtual system. The new printing system can be reached through a link listed on the Library Home Page or at print.ncf.edu.  Both…

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Student perspectives on going home for the holidays
Guerrero and his grandfathers enjoy each other's company during a Christmas family get-together.

Student perspectives on going home for the holidays

Long and a friend run the Turkey Trot 5k every year in Johnson City, Tennessee.Photo courtesy of Marena LongGuerrero and his grandfathers enjoy each other's company during a Christmas family get-together. Photo courtesy of Omar GuerreroWilson was born in Tampa, Florida and then moved to…

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The remarkable histories of Sarasota theaters

Sarasota has a considerably large artistic presence, with the Ringling Museum of Art, Ringling College of Art and Design, the Sarasota Ballet and multiple theaters clustered around Tamiami Trail. These theaters stand apart because there are so many of them in a relatively small area.…

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Medieval Fair brings French Renaissance to Sarasota
Horseman lounging on his horse at the jousting tournament.

Medieval Fair brings French Renaissance to Sarasota

All photos courtesy of Claire Newberg Circus performer Ichabod Wainwright has been practicing on the Wheel of Death for nearly eight years.Wainwright walking on top of the Wheel of Death.Horseman lounging on his horse at the jousting tournament.Horseman in action at the jousting tournament. As…

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