Fourth International Career Seminar inspires audience

On Saturday Nov. 2, Harry Sudakoff Center was host to a range of speakers in international sectors for the Fourth International Career Seminar. Interested students, alumnae and community members joined together to share a day learning about international careers in anything from diplomacy to opera.…

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Da Vinci Machine exhibition

It is estimated that Leonardo Da Vinci created more than 44,000 drawings of models, only 14,000 of which have survived. The traveling Da Vinci Machines Exhibition, currently at the Bradenton Auditorium, has recreated some of the inventor’s most fascinating designs. The exhibit is divided into…

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Sarasota Magazine hosts “Best of Sarasota” party

On April 22, the grounds of the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens were adorned with opulent crystal chandeliers and extravagant decorations for the “Best of Sarasota” party. Hosted by Sarasota Magazine, this annual event showcases the best of local restaurants and businesses. This year’s party was…

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Revitalizing the Gender and Diversity Center

Positive changes are in store for the Gender and Diversity Center. Last month, a group of students and professors organized an Independent Study Project (ISP) aimed at reviving the Gender and Diversity Center (GDC). Associate Professor of Sociology Sarah Hernandez and Professor of Anthropology Uzi…

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Indie rock favorite Arcade Fire promotes new album

“Formal attire or costume mandatory” was the caveat posted in the email sent to everyone who had pre-ordered Arcade Fire’s latest album “Reflektor.” These lucky few gained first access to tickets to a unique concert experience from the Grammy-award-winning band. This tour was purposefully under-publicized…

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