DEA making yet another plant a schedule 1 drug

The U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) has decided to announce their notice of intent to implement a temporary ban on the active materials in the kratom plant, labelling the once-legal drug a Schedule I substance of the Controlled Substances Act “in order to avoid an…

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Looking to next year’s cohort

As commencement nears and many students prepare to say their farewells to New College, another heavy class prepares to roll into the school. Out of 1049 admits, 63% of which were from Florida and 37% out-of-state, 213 have so far enrolled or deposited at NCF,…

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What should you watch in politics this summer?

This year has seen one of the most tumultuous, controversial primaries in the history of the United States. Donald Trump has become exceedingly more likely to win the GOP nomination as his competition quits one after the other, despite the heart of the Republican Party…

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Old vs. New in West, Stars vs. Systems in East NBA Playoffs

After claiming the title in last year’s NBA finals, there were few that foresaw the Golden State Warrior’s continued improvements – a.k.a. Stephen Curry’s step from superstar to transcendental player. Curry has led the team to one of the most winning regular seasons in league…

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The “Uglyz” are back

Since the all women and queer soccer team, the “Uglyz”, dissolved in 2013 due to a lack of interest from the student body, court soccer has been one of the only outlets for Novo Collegians to exercise their love of soccer. However, the behavior in…

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