New joint-disciplinary AOC in neuroscience
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New joint-disciplinary AOC in neuroscience

In fall 2019, a joint-disciplinary Area of Concentration (AOC) in neuroscience will be offered to pair with any primary AOC. Pursuing this program will equip students with a diverse understanding of the mind’s sensory, motor and cognitive phenomena at the cellular level and the systemic…

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Spanish-language ballots to be offered in Florida elections
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Spanish-language ballots to be offered in Florida elections

Governor Ron DeSantis has announced that Spanish-language ballots will be offered in all Florida counties by Aug. 1 of this year. Both Sarasota and Manatee counties have not provided Spanish-language ballots in past elections, in spite of Sarasota having over 6,000 Latinx residents, according to…

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API! not returning this year
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API! not returning this year

The All Power to the Imagination! (API!) Conference was described by co-founder and alumnus James Birmingham (‘06) as the longest running student-organized radical left conference in the United States. This spring marks the first time since 2008 that API! will not be returning to campus.…

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Board of Trustees renews Metz’s contract until 2024

On Feb. 26, the Board of Trustees formally renewed New College’s contract with Metz Culinary Management until June 30, 2024. Notable updates to the contract include the complete omission of the section on the Four Winds Café, potential price increases at the beginning of the…

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Steven Keshishian wins second term as NCSA president
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Steven Keshishian wins second term as NCSA president

Students eagerly awaited the results of the late spring election which announced second-year Steven Keshishian as New College Student Alliance (NCSA) president for the 2019-2020 school year. A total of 265 votes were cast in the preference-ranked online voting system, with Keshishian securing the school…

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Florida Senate legalizes gardening in private front yards
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Florida Senate legalizes gardening in private front yards

Growing fruits and vegetables in the front yard for one’s personal consumption and enjoyment is no longer prohibited in the state of Florida. New legislation, inspired by a 2017 legal dispute, recently passed in the Florida Senate in a 35-5 vote. Sen. Robert Bradley's Senate…

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The history of the barracks

photo courtesy of Tim SnyderCarlye Lay with a halo preparing to throw a pot in the barracks. In the years shortly after the establishment of New College, the various army barracks that scattered the land where the Dort and Goldstein dormitories stand today housed Physical…

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