Professor Lepinski joins the New College faculty

  Between securing global Internet trafficking routes and writing three theses throughout his education, Professor of Computer Science Matthew Lepinski developed an interest in teaching. Lepinski, who got his doctorate in computer science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), worked with BBN Technologies for…

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Animal Interest Club prepares for a new year

Animal Interest Club, led by second-years Olivia Van Housen and Codee Vogler, provides a solution to the problem of homesickness, as well as many other opportunities for students to become involved with animals on campus.  With more than 50 students signed up for the upcoming…

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Health Educator Mandy Parente joins New College team

Despite growing up in Florida, Amanda "Mandy" Parente had never heard of New College prior to applying for the newly created position of health education coordinator. Having accepted the position Parente will now call this previously unknown place her professional home for the foreseeable future.…

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Alumna Konnie Kruczek recalls time at New College

B Dorm resident adviser (RA), Palm Court Party thrower, and coordinator for campus engagement are just some of the many hats that alumna Konnie Kruczek ('95) has worn in her 15 years at New College. Kruczek oversees the AmeriCorps VISTA Program that fuels volunteerism on…

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Poet Tod Edgerton to teach creative writing
Tod Edgerton describes his "Vitreous Hide" as a meditation on wanting to feel connected and present in both the human body and the world.

Poet Tod Edgerton to teach creative writing

February 18, 2015 / Volume XXXVII / Issue I When Michael Tod Edgerton took creative writing courses in college, he did not view the professors and the resources as the most valuable part of his experience. For him, the best part was the community of…

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Spotlight on first-year Harold Gonzalez

First year Harold Gonzalez, a pre-med AOC from Miami, talked to the Catalyst about his childhood in Central America and Miami, his impressive national chess ranking and his passion for change. Where did you grow up? What was your childhood like? I was born in…

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