Thesis art show displays students work

By Colt Dodd Amid light conversation, Exposure, a thesis student art exhibition, opened in the Iserman Gallery last Thursday and will run until Dec. 11. Featuring the work of eight artists, exhibits of all different mediums ranging from oil paintings to animation were put in…

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Game on: International Game Day

By Colt Dodd International Games Day, the one day of the year where the library becomes transformed into a gamer haven, was held on Nov. 15. Featuring games such as Magic: the Gathering and Apples to Apples in Spanish, the event lasted a total of…

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Harvest Festival small but successful

This past Sunday a small crowd formed on Z-green for the first ever Council of Green Affairs (CGA) Harvest Festival. Unfortunately no local farmers agreed to sell their produce on campus, but there were plants, pumpkins and food free for the taking. The Harvest Festival…

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NCF wins Turkey Bowl

With a truck loaded with free beer, Donal O’Shea wearing a jersey reading “Luck of the Irish” and a combination of Ringling and New College students and supporters watching on, the New College Null Set beat the Ringling Armadillos 30-0 in the 2014 Turkey Bowl.…

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Earth’s timeline fitted to the Dort Promenade

Scientific research and centuries of physical evidence has convinced scientists to approximate the Earth’s existence at 4.6 billion years. Visiting Professor of Biology Christopher Frost took his General Biology class on a journey through the Earth’s timeline last Friday. Using the Dort Promenade as a…

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CWC offers lesser known services

Last year, 40 percent of students had an appointment at the Counseling and Wellness Center (CWC), a number that is quite impressive compared to other campuses. “The stigma of coming in and talking to somebody, for most students, I think is smaller [than other schools].…

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