Current state of Four Winds Café
Photo courtesy of Adriana Gavilanes The state of Four Winds during the Fall semester of 2019.

Current state of Four Winds Café

Following its temporary closing in Spring 2019, the Four Winds Café—which had been a student-run business since its original opening in 1996—reopened in the middle of Fall 2019, operated by Metz Culinary Management. The re-opening cost the college $24,000, which was used to pay Metz…

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Local college students  gather to learn about  food insecurity
Soul food such as chicken, green beans, stuffed peppers and sweet potato pie was served for dinner.

Local college students gather to learn about food insecurity

On Nov. 21, 2019, Ringling College of Art and Design (RCAD) and New College students gathered to learn about a problem that is familiar to over 40 million Americans: food insecurity. Oxfam America Hunger Banquet events allow organizers and participants to experience firsthand how individuals’…

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Striking Gold: getting to know librarian Helene Gold
Gold can be found roaming around the library or in her office, LBR 133B.

Striking Gold: getting to know librarian Helene Gold

With areas of expertise in web design and development, information literacy instruction and assessment and student engagement, Helene Gold brings an important perspective to the Jane Bancroft Cook Library and the New College community. Her passion for learning is infectious and she brings a positive…

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New group ISP demonstrate breadth of curriculum
Photo courtesy of Dan Duprez Students participating in the Coral Reef Ecology ISP disembarking off a boat in Panama.

New group ISP demonstrate breadth of curriculum

Photo courtesy of Dan Duprez Students participating in the Coral Reef Ecology ISP disembarking off a boat in Panama. Photo courtesy of Dan Duprez Students participating in the Coral Reef Ecology ISP were given the opportunity to try their hand at tree climbing. As we…

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Relevant rights: student protections on campus
Photo courtesy of Kathleen Vacca During consensual encounters, there are no police commands, force, lights or sirens.

Relevant rights: student protections on campus

Photo courtesy of Kathleen VaccaDuring consensual encounters, there are no police commands, force, lights or sirens. Amidst concerns about the seemingly heightened presence of police on campus and controversies surrounding police encounters, students have expressed confusion regarding what rights they have as residents of this…

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Campus Climate Town Hall brings student concerns to the forefront through open conversation
(photo by Giulia Heyward/Catalyst) Students pictured at the 2016 Midnight Debates. Student turnout to NCSA events such as the Midnight Debates or Towne Meetings has decreased in recent years.

Campus Climate Town Hall brings student concerns to the forefront through open conversation

Students, faculty and staff gathered in the Hamilton Center on Tuesday, Oct. 8 to discuss the recent plans and progress made by administrators to try to aid the concerns expressed by students over the past couple of years. Some of the issues addressed include the…

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President Trump faces impeachment inquiries
President Donald Trump released several statements, his final being a condemnation on violence "on both sides" during the Charlottesville violence.

President Trump faces impeachment inquiries

Amid potentially confusing and misleading information regarding the impeachment inquiries against President Trump that have been launched by House Democrats, Americans are still attempting to piece together exactly what these inquiries entail, using past models of impeachment efforts from the Richard Nixon, Bill Clinton and…

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