The Activist Newsletter

Throughout this week (3/4-3/11), activists have the opportunity to help clean up the bayou in Newtown, participate in a discussion on women’s suffrage, and support a variety of local, progressive films. Read on if you want to get involved in the community regarding climate change,…

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Songs You Should Hear: PCP Preview Edition

When it comes to PCP, preparation is key. While the Catalyst is unfortunately unable to help you pick out a show-stopping outfit or solidify your somewhat shaky plans, this handpicked, high-energy playlist has your pregame soundtrack covered. “The Cult of Dionysus” by the Orion Experience…

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The Activist Newsletter

Throughout this week (2/26–3/4), activists have the opportunity to participate in film screenings, climate walks and student summits. Read on if you want to get involved in the community regarding voter suppression, waste reduction and environmental efforts. Wednesday, Feb. 26–Saturday, Feb. 29 Visions of Nature/Voices…

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The Activist Newsletter

Throughout this week (2/19–2/26), activists have the opportunity to participate in performances, workshops and public talks. Read on if you want to get involved in the community regarding reproductive rights, environmental activism and anti-racist work. Wednesday, Feb. 19 MLK: Celebrating His Legacy in Spoken Word…

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Lawmakers propose merging NCF with FSU: What is known, what is not known, and what people think

On Wednesday, Feb. 12, the Florida House Education Committee passed a proposed bill that would merge New College with Florida State University (FSU) and Florida Polytechnic University with the University of Florida (UF). The details and potential outcomes of this legislation remain unknown, but Rep.…

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The Activist Newsletter

Throughout this February, activists have the opportunity to participate in public talks, film screenings and workshops as a part of New College’s Black History Month programming. Read on if you want to get involved in the community regarding Black literature, political movements and community-based art.…

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