Four Winds reopens, students involvement necessary
Third-year Emily, Bill Moore and first-year transfer Elan Sandler welcome eager students to the soft opening of the café.

Four Winds reopens, students involvement necessary

The Logistics of Re—Opening After months of negotiations, the Four Winds Café reopened its doors on Tuesday, Oct. 22.   The college carved out $24,000 which will pay Metz to assist with bringing Four Winds to a more business-savvy student run operation over the semester. The…

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Campus Climate Town Hall brings student concerns to the forefront through open conversation
(photo by Giulia Heyward/Catalyst) Students pictured at the 2016 Midnight Debates. Student turnout to NCSA events such as the Midnight Debates or Towne Meetings has decreased in recent years.

Campus Climate Town Hall brings student concerns to the forefront through open conversation

Students, faculty and staff gathered in the Hamilton Center on Tuesday, Oct. 8 to discuss the recent plans and progress made by administrators to try to aid the concerns expressed by students over the past couple of years. Some of the issues addressed include the…

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Doctors for Camp Closure protest immigration policies
This local DC physican was heavily involved in advocating for pro-immigration policies.

Doctors for Camp Closure protest immigration policies

On Saturday, Oct. 19, Doctors for Camp Closure (D4CC) held a rally in the U.S. Navy Memorial Plaza, mere blocks from the White House. This rally turned out nearly a hundred physicians, students, reporters and local activists, all ready to challenge the actions of the…

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Mold and mildew pervade campus

 From walks to the bay to students opting for a 'natural scent,' earthy smells pervade campus. But if one earthy smell has a hint of rotten cheese or wet carpet, it might be from mold and mildew. With student life entrenched in the swamp of…

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Impeachment proceedings continue within Congress
Department of Defense senior leaders attend the 9/11 Observance Ceremony at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C., Sept. 11, 2017. During the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, 184 people were killed at the Pentagon. (DOD photo by Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Dominique A. Pineiro)

Impeachment proceedings continue within Congress

On Tuesday, Oct. 15, the House of Representatives will reconvene and the impeachment inquiry launched by Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi on Sept. 24, 2019 will continue. Until then, however, many updates, including high-profile depositions and subpoenas, await Americans. Following an anonymous whistleblower complaint…

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Changes to this year’s commencement ceremony
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Changes to this year’s commencement ceremony

With commencement around the corner, students are starting to prepare the celebratory costumes they will wear as family, friends and faculty watch them walk across the stage to receive the degree that marks the completion of their undergraduate career. As students plan for graduation, the…

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Plans to stamp out smoking by fall 2020

Izaya Garret Miles/CatalystReceptacles like these mark the designated tobacco areas on campus, and will soon be disappearing. There is something in the air at New College, but not for long. Over the last couple of years, New College has been conducting the “Breathe Easy New…

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