Addressing accessibility: navigating campus in a wheelchair
Photo courtesy of Erin Neishaus Shown by her shirt, first-year Anna Canady is proud to represent her hometown.

Addressing accessibility: navigating campus in a wheelchair

Photo courtesy of Erin Neishaus Shown by her shirt, first-year Anna Canady is proud to represent her hometown. New College can be a place to call home for students who experience personal obstacles, whether mental illnesses, physical difficulties or a combination of both. Student Disability…

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The Foundation introduces new scholarships, plans to grow funds for enhanced four-year outcomes
Cohort of 2015 graduation.

The Foundation introduces new scholarships, plans to grow funds for enhanced four-year outcomes

The New College Foundation, housed at the Keating Center, raises and invests in scholarship money. There are two categories of scholarships the foundation generates to keep funds running: endowments and expendables. Three recently added four-year scholarships, raised from endowed donations, offer incoming and prospective students…

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Margret Good, new contender for Congress
Sofia Lombardi and Maragret Good stand together for a picture.

Margret Good, new contender for Congress

Photo courtesy of Kay MathersSofia Lombardi and Margret Good stand together for a picture. In Florida’s 16th Congressional District, the Republican party has held the congressional seat for more than a decade. Congressman Vern Buchanan has represented District 16 since 2007, and although several Democrats…

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An evening with the Coalition of Immokalee Workers
Photo courtesy of Hayley Vanstrum Rodriguez and Solis construct a pyramid representing the tomato supply chain, with farmworkers taking the worst abuses at the base and corporations which demand the most product possible at the cheapest price at the top.

An evening with the Coalition of Immokalee Workers

Photo courtesy of Hayley VanstrumRodriguez and Solis construct a pyramid representing the tomato supply chain, with farmworkers taking the worst abuses at the base and corporations which demand the most product possible at the cheapest price at the top. On Thursday, Oct. 4, Coalition of Immokalee…

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Demystifying the SUS budget: how NCF plans to take advantage of additional funding category
Photo courtesy of Adriana Gavilanes In 2019, Fountain outside of Cook Hall on a sunny day.

Demystifying the SUS budget: how NCF plans to take advantage of additional funding category

President Donal O’Shea will be travelling to Gainesville to defend the “New College Tomorrow: Arts and Sciences for Florida’s Future” proposal, which requests an additional $700,000 for the 2020–2021 school year, at the Oct. 30 Florida Board of Governors (FBOG) meeting. The proposal focuses on…

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Demographic statistics of the cohort of 2019
Cohort of 2019 during orientation.

Demographic statistics of the cohort of 2019

Photo courtesy of New College of FloridaThe cohort of 2019 outside of College Hall, facing the bay, during orientation week. In the midst of the college’s growth plan, this is the second year that the incoming cohort has claimed the title of the smallest class…

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Relevant rights: student protections on campus
Photo courtesy of Kathleen Vacca During consensual encounters, there are no police commands, force, lights or sirens.

Relevant rights: student protections on campus

Photo courtesy of Kathleen VaccaDuring consensual encounters, there are no police commands, force, lights or sirens. Amidst concerns about the seemingly heightened presence of police on campus and controversies surrounding police encounters, students have expressed confusion regarding what rights they have as residents of this…

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