PCPreview: cops, costs and cryptoids

Despite recent budget cuts, the triannual Palm Court Party (PCP), also known as the Center of the Universe Party (COUP), will take place on Friday, Nov. 1. Co-hosts and second-years Clayton Bauldree and Gillian Boll will be throwing “Cryptid COUP: a Campus of Oddities,” a…

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SAuCE holds a student talent show
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SAuCE holds a student talent show

New College has talent—or so the Student Activities and Campus Engagement (SA[u]CE) office claims. On Mar. 30, SA[u]CE will hold the latest production of NCF’s Got Talent, an exhibition of the myriad flairs and fortes of the student body. The overall event is operating under…

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“Campus Conversations” finds its rhythm
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“Campus Conversations” finds its rhythm

The Sarasota community will have the opportunity to partake in discussion about the poetic intricacies of rap on Thursday, Nov. 15 from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Professor of Greek Language and Literature Carl Shaw and alumnus Paul Loriston (‘14) will facilitate the event titled…

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Memorial preview
A pamphlet from the memorial that had occurred in Toomsen-Hall's hometown has hung in second-year student, Mei Jing Bernard's, dorm room this school year.

Memorial preview

Photo caption: A pamphlet from the memorial that had occurred in Toomsen-Hall's hometown has hung in second-year student, Mei Jing Bernard's, dorm room this school year. Online Exclusive Content Warnings: Death, Substance . . . This Tuesday marks the one-year anniversary of May 10, the day in…

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Preview: Upcoming New College chorus show

Guided by Professor Virginia Bray, an instructor of piano and music, members of the NCF chorus meet on Tuesday evenings and Sunday afternoons throughout the semester in preparation for a winter concert. The choir will perform several pieces of music in College Hall on Tuesday,…

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