New College copes with coronavirus

The coronavirus caught New College off guard; there was no provision in the emergency plan for a pandemic, so the administration had to develop entirely new procedures to continue the college’s operation. At the start of March, the vast majority of Novo Collegians were living…

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Bill Woodson on the campus climate

The easiest thing to judge a college on are the quantitative facts—how expensive it is, the student to faculty ratio, how much money is spent per student, etc. However, not everything can be neatly summed up in a simple statistic. An important element of any…

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Israeli Prime Minister faces criminal indictment
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Israeli Prime Minister faces criminal indictment

Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel’s longest serving Prime Minister and current interim Prime Minister, was indicted on three corruption cases on Nov. 21, making him the first Israeli Prime Minister to be indicted in office. These charges come at a particularly complex time, as Israel’s parliament, the…

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On-campus jobs opportunities found through Handshake
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On-campus jobs opportunities found through Handshake

A little extra money is not something that many college students would easily pass up. A bank account is like the top of an hourglass: slowly but surely, it drains away. Many students would be interested in a job, and even better if it’s on…

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