Easing the strain: Ebola drug put on fast track

ZMAPP, an experimental drug administered to the first American treated for Ebola in the United States, has been given fast track status by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for further development. ZMAPP was first given to Dr. Kent Brantly, the medical missionary air-evacuated from…

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Ahmed Mohamed quest for justice continues

The arrest of 14-year-old Muslim student Ahmed Mohamed after his homemade clock was mistakenly believed to be a bomb was met with widespread national criticism. One week later, Mohamed’s story continues. His family has now hired a team of lawyers to seek justice for the…

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Alum Konnie Kruczek says goodbye to NCF

New College alum and Community Engagement Coordinator Konnie Kruczek will say goodbye to New College after 15 years of dedicated work at the school. Kruczek accepted a position as assistant director at FSU College of Medicine’s Sarasota campus. As a New College student, Kruczek was…

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Marvel’s ‘Secret Wars’ rage on

“They were just men and women, and people need to believe in something more.” The most cliché view of superheroes as a universal solution in comics is clearly stated, and then just as clearly averted in the first few pages of Marvel’s “Secret Wars” crossover…

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LatinX club to promote more inclusivity

The beginning of the school year brought many new clubs to campus, including LatinX, a club that celebrates Latin American culture. Club president and founder, second-year Jennyfer Gonzalez, hopes to promote a safer campus and more inclusivity at New College. “Last year, my roommate and…

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Animal Interest Club prepares for a new year

Animal Interest Club, led by second-years Olivia Van Housen and Codee Vogler, provides a solution to the problem of homesickness, as well as many other opportunities for students to become involved with animals on campus.  With more than 50 students signed up for the upcoming…

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