Demystifying the SUS budget: how NCF plans to take advantage of additional funding category
Photo courtesy of Adriana Gavilanes In 2019, Fountain outside of Cook Hall on a sunny day.

Demystifying the SUS budget: how NCF plans to take advantage of additional funding category

President Donal O’Shea will be travelling to Gainesville to defend the “New College Tomorrow: Arts and Sciences for Florida’s Future” proposal, which requests an additional $700,000 for the 2020–2021 school year, at the Oct. 30 Florida Board of Governors (FBOG) meeting. The proposal focuses on…

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Demographic statistics of the cohort of 2019
Cohort of 2019 during orientation.

Demographic statistics of the cohort of 2019

Photo courtesy of New College of FloridaThe cohort of 2019 outside of College Hall, facing the bay, during orientation week. In the midst of the college’s growth plan, this is the second year that the incoming cohort has claimed the title of the smallest class…

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Quizbowl team embarks on a quest for knowledge
Photo courtesy of NCF Quizbowl The Quizbowl team posed at the Early Fall Tournament.

Quizbowl team embarks on a quest for knowledge

Photo courtesy of NCF QuizbowlThe Quizbowl team posed at the Early Fall Tournament. New College is not known for its sports programs. There is a stereotype about Novo Collegians being more erudite than athletic and preferring the air-conditioned indoors to the green sports pitch. While…

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Four Winds reopens, students involvement necessary
Third-year Emily, Bill Moore and first-year transfer Elan Sandler welcome eager students to the soft opening of the café.

Four Winds reopens, students involvement necessary

The Logistics of Re—Opening After months of negotiations, the Four Winds Café reopened its doors on Tuesday, Oct. 22.   The college carved out $24,000 which will pay Metz to assist with bringing Four Winds to a more business-savvy student run operation over the semester. The…

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Doctors for Camp Closure protest immigration policies
This local DC physican was heavily involved in advocating for pro-immigration policies.

Doctors for Camp Closure protest immigration policies

On Saturday, Oct. 19, Doctors for Camp Closure (D4CC) held a rally in the U.S. Navy Memorial Plaza, mere blocks from the White House. This rally turned out nearly a hundred physicians, students, reporters and local activists, all ready to challenge the actions of the…

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The world, in brief

New Zealand: A new flag? A referendum ending on March 24 will let New Zealanders decide whether to keep the old flag or replace it with a new design. Supporters of the flag change argue that the current design is often confused with Australia’s flag,…

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Looking to next year’s cohort

As commencement nears and many students prepare to say their farewells to New College, another heavy class prepares to roll into the school. Out of 1049 admits, 63% of which were from Florida and 37% out-of-state, 213 have so far enrolled or deposited at NCF,…

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