iPhone 6: Bigger, thinner, faster, better

The iPhone six is big, back and better than ever. Recently the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were revealed to an eager and excited market. Timothy “Tim” Cook, CEO of Apple Inc., and Philip “Phil” Schiller, senior vice president of worldwide marketing, introduced the…

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Clever, cool and crafty dorm ideas around campus

By Caitlyn Ralph and Ryan Paice   As New College settled in to its fourth week of classes, students simultaneously settled in to their dorms. While some were clever with rearrangements, others have been crafty with innovative ideas. However, all students successfully transformed their originally…

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A melody of flavors hits Sarasota

On the drive up North Tamiami Trail toward the overpass that we call home, a new landmark appeared among the familiar neon signs of Yummy House, Walmart Neighborhood Market and all those motels. Yellow and red letters boasted “A melody of flavors from around the…

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Da Vinci Machine exhibition

It is estimated that Leonardo Da Vinci created more than 44,000 drawings of models, only 14,000 of which have survived. The traveling Da Vinci Machines Exhibition, currently at the Bradenton Auditorium, has recreated some of the inventor’s most fascinating designs. The exhibit is divided into…

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Woodstock Wall 2014

Eager to enjoy the nice weather and funky jams, students laid out their blankets near the Nook on April 19 to be thrown back to the 1960s for the annual Woodstock event. Running from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., the homage to the “summer of…

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Trigger warnings: A threat to academic freedom?

  On the Silo, Novocollegians’ “Post-Secrets” are prefaced by a trigger warning: “self-harm, disordered eating, suicide.” Trigger warnings (TWs) are also used on the Forum, printed in the Catalyst and referenced in class discussions. But while some consider the trigger warning to be a marker of political and emotional sensitivity, others fear they threaten…

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Can jam 2014 shows of street art talent

Local graffiti artists painted the town red – among countless other colors– this past Saturday at the first ever Can Jam Graffiti Art Battle. The parking lot of Bradenton’s Keaton’s Office and Art Supply buzzed with excitement while the community watched eight of the area’s most talented graffiti artists compete for…

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