Honoring education advocate Akgun Temizer
"His last wish was to see me graduate and I am thankful to God that he was able to do it," Gokdemir said.

Honoring education advocate Akgun Temizer

Photo courtesy of Elba Viruet"His last wish was to see me graduate and I am thankful to God that he was able to do it," Gokdemir said. Education plays an important role in society. It allows people to expand their knowledge and pursue their dream…

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Book Club with a Librarian: conversations with Cal Murgu

Often, in a technology-focused society, it can be easy to forget the simplicity of cozying up and reading a good novel. For students looking to engage with their cohorts in literary discussion, Librarian Cal Murgu is leading Book Club with a Librarian, which will have…

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Librarian Winn Wasson resigns

Photo courtesy of New College Digital ArchivesA student studying in the Jane Bancroft Cook Library in 1992. The Jane Bancroft Library is a valuable tool for all students to use and get ahead in their research and studies. One aspect of the library that can…

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Debunking the tenure process: how students can be involved in the promotion of faculty
Photo courtesy New Colege Digital Archives Student and Professor circa 1960s.

Debunking the tenure process: how students can be involved in the promotion of faculty

Professors can hold a variety of different titles, including assistant professor, associate professor and simply, professor, but it can often be confusing to know what these titles truly mean. The difference in these titles comes down to tenure, which gives professors job security, allowing them…

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Global strike demands climate action

SRQ demonstrators gathered around speeches during the first portion of the strike.All photo credits go to Sergio Salinas First-year students Dylan Gelderman and Aniston Hoffman prepared signs to take to the Sarasota Climate Strike. The Global Climate Strike took place Friday Sept. 20. Climate activists…

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