Helene Gold plans to engage community with cookies
photo courtesy of piqsels

Helene Gold plans to engage community with cookies

After renovations were completed in Fall 2018, the library café has been a venue for a variety of events, from weekly origami folding sessions to a contentious confrontation with the provost. But on Thursday, Dec. 5, Librarian Helene Gold will host a campus-wide cookie exchange…

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Black Friday shopping my way to adulthood
Photo courtesy of Kali-Ray Skinner Back to back with my ride-or-die, my pride and joy, my new vacuum.

Black Friday shopping my way to adulthood

Photo courtesy of Kali-Ray Skinner Back to back with my ride-or-die, my pride and joy, my new vacuum. As students transition into adulthood, the seemingly never-ending list of responsibilities can be exhausting. Those moving into their own apartments are tasked with finding furniture, cleaning supplies,…

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RHINO Project examines human impact through contemporary dance
"The Origin Rhino," Phoenix Kazdis is beheaded by the humans.

RHINO Project examines human impact through contemporary dance

Canadian Abraham Waterman and Texan “Amazin’ Walter McDonald” teamed up to create this surreal architecture piece.Canadian Mélineige Beauregard describes sand sculpting not as an art or a sport but as a “spiritual experience”. She works alongside Florida localThe human dancers are intrigued by the rhino's…

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A Queen has risen: the story of Holly Binns
Her set list included: “Rock Steady” by Aretha Franklin, “I'm Not Perfect” by Missy Elliot featuring The Clark Sisters and “It's About Time for a Miracle” by Beverly Crawford.

A Queen has risen: the story of Holly Binns

First-year Nat Kornblum, Lola Davenport, third-year transfer student Nicholas Pracko and first-year Zane Cullinane Walsh pictured together after the show on Saturday Nov. 16. Photo courtesy of Kali-Ray SkinnerHer set list included: “Rock Steady” by Aretha Franklin, “I'm Not Perfect” by Missy Elliot featuring The…

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Student perspectives on going home for the holidays
Guerrero and his grandfathers enjoy each other's company during a Christmas family get-together.

Student perspectives on going home for the holidays

Long and a friend run the Turkey Trot 5k every year in Johnson City, Tennessee.Photo courtesy of Marena LongGuerrero and his grandfathers enjoy each other's company during a Christmas family get-together. Photo courtesy of Omar GuerreroWilson was born in Tampa, Florida and then moved to…

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The remarkable histories of Sarasota theaters

Sarasota has a considerably large artistic presence, with the Ringling Museum of Art, Ringling College of Art and Design, the Sarasota Ballet and multiple theaters clustered around Tamiami Trail. These theaters stand apart because there are so many of them in a relatively small area.…

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Breaking down budgeting, insurance and banking

Phones are built to trigger adrenaline rushes: Google Calendar, Gmail, banking apps, social media and games all vie for attention with stylized notification sounds.  Prioritizing these notifications are a part of the daily organizational tasks that give many young adults anxiety as the complex scheme…

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