Students gather for ISP workshop

Last Wednesday saw a conglomeration of students in Sudakoff for the ISP workshop. Mostly first-years and second-years with the occasional upper year, all were in a January state of mind, ready for information and much anticipated Group ISP details. The session began with Dean of…

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Aral Sea Crisis

Corroded ships lie stranded in salt drenched sand as the rushing of water and life in general has become a mere memory. Once the world’s fourth largest lake, the Aral Sea has been reduced in fifty years to little more than a toxic desert. The…

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Vandalism in Ham Center poses safety concerns

In response to a string of vandalism, Hamilton “Ham” Center was closed during the early mornings over fall break. Numerous discussions among the Dean of Student Affairs Tracy Murray, campus police and the New College Student Alliance (NCSA) led to the closing of Ham, which,…

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Have a voice, make a choice: Ballot breakdown 2014

On Nov. 4, Florida will vote on three constitutional amendments in the general election, one of which is the controversial amendment to legalize marijuana. It is important to to not only exercise your right to vote, but also to understand the platforms of the constitutional…

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Danny Lyon’s photo-documentary displayed at Ringling

Ringling Art Museum is currently displaying an exhibit of black-and-white photographs from Danny Lyon’s photo-documentary, The Bikeriders. Lyon is famous for capturing the culture of obscure groups in 1960’s America. His photo-documentary following the lives of bike riders across America is a glorious example of…

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Pei to receive potential WiFi upgrade

Information Technology (IT) recently approached the Technology Advisory Committee (TAC) and proposed purchasing 25 more access points for wireless internet. The access points will be put in first court and second court of Pei, and will improve the wireless connectivity students experience there. The request…

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