Boar’s Head now open weekends

While Boar’s Head will be closed for Thanksgiving weekend, throughout the rest of the school year Metz plans to have the convenience store and the beverages open for business from 2-4 pm on Saturdays and Sundays. In addition, the food service is hoping to implement…

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As rally nears, Sarasota’s love for Trump becomes apparent

  With Donald Trump coming to Sarasota Thanksgiving weekend, Nov. 28, to campaign at the Sarasota Fairgrounds at noon, Sarasota’s connection with Trump is undeniable. While Trump is well established real-estate wise all across Florida, there might not be a place in the state that…

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US Supreme Court to hear first abortion case since 2007

The Supreme Court will hear an abortion case – the first to reach the court since 2007 – which may affect the constitutional right to abortion. The case will decide how much states can regulate abortion without violating women’s constitutional rights. The case comes from…

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Annual holiday Adopt-a-Family program kicks off

Walkie-talkies, art supplies, legos and scooters are on the wishlist this season. For the 13th year in a row, New College is preparing to participate in the Manatee County Adopt-a-Family program, which provides holiday gifts to families and children in need in the Manatee area.…

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O’Shea wins mathematics award

College President Donal O’Shea, along with fellow mathematicians David Cox and John Little, won the American Mathematical Society’s Leroy P. Steele Award for Exposition for their book “Ideals, Varieties and Algorithms” ( abbreviated to CLO, for the last initial of each author). Released in 1992…

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Metz soon to deliver to dorms

Metz is currently working to make on-campus food delivery an option for students, making New College one of the first campuses to do so. Even more impressive, the deliveries will not only benefit Metz and students, they will also help fund various clubs and organizations…

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Red tide reported in Sarasota and Manatee Counties

Recent reports of respiratory issues in the area have been linked to red tide, a harmful algal bloom. Researchers at the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) are currently monitoring two red tide blooms in Florida's Gulf Coast in the northwest and southwest region.…

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Local favorite Coffee Loft continues community building

  The Coffee Loft is not just a local favorite for inexpensive food and drink. Customers also appreciate its dedication to community, charity, art and providing a safe and accepting space. The café, a not for profit coffee shop located on North Tamiami Trail, is…

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MAVEN discovers setback to Mars’ terraformation

The possible terraforming of Mars was found to be less feasible than NASA had predicted. The spacecraft MAVEN (Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution) revealed on Nov. 7 that the red planet's carbon dioxide, thought to be contained in the Martian crust, is gone entirely. One…

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Sarasota looks into Utah homeless program

  In 2006 the National Coalition for the Homeless ranked Sarasota the number one meanest city in The United States towards its homeless population. According to officials from the NCH, Sarasota’s primary crime was in banning anyone from sleeping in public or private spaces without…

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