Tensions rise at open meeting

  An open meeting between administration and students brought communications issues and  tension to the forefront. The open meeting occurred on Sept. 8 at 4:00 p.m. in the Harry Sudakoff Conference Center. Sudakoff was filled with approximately  60 students and members of faculty who were…

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Task force to host panel

  The Drug and Alcohol Task Force is hosting an opportunity for the voices of students to enter into the right pair of ears. The Student Forum in Response to Substance Policy will be held on Monday, Sept. 21 in Hamilton Classroom (HCL) 8 from…

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Parente and CWC host event to help students heal

  In response to the recent tragic events on campus, an educational program aims to facilitate dialogue on the emotional state of members of the community. Good Grief: A facilitated healing program to promote working through the stages of grief, was held Sept. 10 in…

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Clerk jailed for denying same-sex couples marriage licenses

Kim Davis, a Kentucky clerk, was jailed last Thursday, Sept. 3, for contempt after defying the Supreme Court ruling in favor of same-sex marriage and a federal court order requiring Davis to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. According to the New York Times, Davis…

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Interest in New College summer courses doubles

With a semester of summer classes under New College’s belt, this summer will be a continuation of last year’s program. About 15 students signed up for the 2014 summer classes; this year, there are 28 people registered and most of them have already paid for…

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Moodle app makes education mobile

More and more education is going online. Teachers and professors post assignments, syllabi, and evaluations and students can read basically any book on the web and are able to upload assignments and take full classes online. As of April 2015, Moodle, formerly known as Newdle,…

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New College catches some zzz’s

  For New College students, finals week means late-night studying. Some students take the traditional route of studying in the library, others at coffee shops, and some even have the wherewithal to study for hours in their rooms. On average, students are only getting 6…

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NCF, Ringling, and USF trading spaces

  As of this year, a new and exciting opportunity has arisen for New College students. It is now possible to take classes at either the University of South Florida Sarasota, or Ringling College of Art and Design. The courses will appear on students’ contracts…

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