The “Uglyz” are back

Since the all women and queer soccer team, the “Uglyz”, dissolved in 2013 due to a lack of interest from the student body, court soccer has been one of the only outlets for Novo Collegians to exercise their love of soccer. However, the behavior in…

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Students intertwine academics and wellness in triathlon tutorial
"It's satisfying knowing that you're working toward a goal that’s outside of academics, and you have teammates that are going to celebrate with you at the end,” said first-year transfer and triathlon tutorial participant Kevin Wilborn.

Students intertwine academics and wellness in triathlon tutorial

  Between classes, extracurriculars, jobs, family and friends, college students have little time to spare throughout the week. Consequently, personal wellness easily slips to the bottom of the daily to-do list—especially at New College, where coursework comes in droves and studying creeps into the deep…

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The cost of ‘Nothing’
Thesis student Bradley Baker is one of serval students who has performed at Nothing Arts Center.

The cost of ‘Nothing’

Not a single discarded TV went to waste for a period of time in Sarasota. “People were [...] thinking ‘It would be cool to line this [space] with TVs,’” thesis student Hedda Cooper said. “And then you would look out for all the TVs you…

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I tried BernieSingles.com so you don’t have to

Tired of being alone every Friday night, but can’t stand how “Ready for Hillary” or eager to “Make America Great Again” all the eligible singles are on Tinder or OKCupid? You might be in luck. A new dating site, BernieSingles.com, caters to those seeking both…

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Spring break on a budget

Midterm season is on the horizon for college students, but along with midterms comes spring break – a time to relax, recuperate and have fun. Students are starting to taste the freedom they have been longing for since the beginning of the semester and at…

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Whatever happened to our Walls?

  It is a Friday night and Palm Court is empty. The year is 1971 and Florida has just become one of 30 states to have lowered the drinking age to 18 years old. There is a group of students sitting on the benches, a…

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From celebrating to spending: Holiday consumerism

It starts early: a grandparent calls in a panic mid-October to ask their grandchildren what they want for Christmas; shopping centers decorate their light posts with candy canes and shimmery plastic when Halloween has yet to arrive; when sticky-handed children arrive at Santa’s throne in…

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