Adding art to academia at Caples Fine Arts Complex
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Adding art to academia at Caples Fine Arts Complex

New College values both excellent academic work and the arts. Students on campus can receive detailed preparation through art courses to pursue professional art careers. Both introductory and upper-level studios classes are offered as an opportunity for serious or ameatur artists.  Third-year Abbie Wagner works…

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Transgender Day of Remembrance: Students honor trans individuals who lost their lives
(Left to right) Thesis student Cabrini Austin, third-year resident advisor Jas Marie, and second-year Gwen Roberts hold up a flag to show their support.

Transgender Day of Remembrance: Students honor trans individuals who lost their lives

All photo courtesy of Sergio Salinas On Wednesday Nov. 20, students on campus honored Transgender Day of Remembrance. Third-year resident advisor Jas Marie organized the event, distributing transgender flags and stickers for students to show their support. Along with members of the faculty and administration,…

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Anna Lidia Vega Serova discusses her life’s work and shares perspective on literature
Professor Portugal, left, translates while Anna Lidia Vega Serova, right, presents.

Anna Lidia Vega Serova discusses her life’s work and shares perspective on literature

Photo courtesy of Adriana GavilanesNear the entrance of the Jane Cook Bancroft Library, Professor of Spanish Language and Literature Jose Alberto Portugal, sitting on the left, translates while Anna Lidia Vega Serova, sitting on the right, presents. Photo courtesy of La MovidaIn the art world,…

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Clambake raises $318,000 for student scholarships
Photo courtesy of Vianey Jaramillo The Clambake now takes place at the bay, but it was once held at a local beach.

Clambake raises $318,000 for student scholarships

Photo courtesy of Vianey Jaramillo The Clambake now takes place at the bay, but it was once held at a local beach. The Clambake, a traditional annual fundraising event, held its 41st celebration Thursday, Nov. 7 at the bay. Approximately 390 guests networked among themselves,…

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CGA plans to throw DIY festival
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CGA plans to throw DIY festival

The Zero-Waste DIY Fest on Nov. 16 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Nook will give students a chance to learn about how to live a sustainable college lifestyle. Which is not easy, since college life is geared towards styrofoam, ramen noodles and…

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Breaking down the late fall elections
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Breaking down the late fall elections

Each semester, two elections are held within the New College Student Alliance (NCSA): the early election and the late election.  “These representatives advocate for the needs of students to the NCSA and the administration,” Supervisor of Elections and thesis-student Isabella Cibelli Du Terroil said. “[These…

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