Travis Ray traces Black and Latinx theater

To Travis Ray, Associate Managing Director of Sarasota’s West Coast Black Theatre Troupe, theater is everything. Ray, who presented a brief summary of the history, present and future of Black theater during his “Black/Latinx Theatre: Where Can It Take Us? and Will You Embrace It?”…

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New semester brings new tutorials

Navigating the tutorials at New College can be a bit daunting, but they can be a great way to further explore topics not traditionally taught in classrooms.  Three of these topics offered this semester are Mindfulness Meditation, Arabic and Substance Abuse & Harm Reduction. The…

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Library switches to digital printing system

The library printing system has recently undergone needed changes, namely the doing away with cash cards as payment in favor of an entirely virtual system. The new printing system can be reached through a link listed on the Library Home Page or at print.ncf.edu.  Both…

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Cook Hall crime prompts discussion of theft prevention
Photo courtesy of Adriana Gavilanes In 2019, Fountain outside of Cook Hall on a sunny day.

Cook Hall crime prompts discussion of theft prevention

On Friday, Nov. 22, students, faculty and staff received an email from the Office of Communications and Marketing informing community members of a series of credit card thefts at Cook Hall on Nov. 19. Since this alert, many individuals on campus have been left wondering…

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Digital Scholarship Studio Labs available next semester
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Digital Scholarship Studio Labs available next semester

This Spring, Digital Humanities Librarian Cal Murgu, joined by Digital Scholarship Library Fellow and second-year Atalay Kutlay, will be offering students, faculty and staff a valuable opportunity to study works within databases, perform computational analysis and dive into the world of geocoding through an educational…

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