Monthly Archives: August 2007

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Alumna to Serve on Festival Panel with Michalson

(Oct. 29, 2007) — Dr. Gordon E. “Mike” Michalson Jr., president of New College of Florida, will moderate and New College alumna Alexis Simendinger, White House correspondent for the magazine “National Journal,” will serve on a panel discussing “The Media’s

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Alumna to Serve on Festival Panel with Michalson

(Oct. 29, 2007) — Dr. Gordon E. “Mike” Michalson Jr., president of New College of Florida, will moderate and New College alumna Alexis Simendinger, White House correspondent for the magazine “National Journal,” will serve on a panel discussing “The Media’s

'Power of Women' Series Returns for 2007-08

(August 27, 2007) — The Power of Women (PoW) introduces the extraordinary women of the Sarasota-Bradenton area to the extraordinary students of New College of Florida, the state’s public honors college.  By bringing together these constituencies in a variety of

'Power of Women' Series Returns for 2007-08

(August 27, 2007) — The Power of Women (PoW) introduces the extraordinary women of the Sarasota-Bradenton area to the extraordinary students of New College of Florida, the state’s public honors college.  By bringing together these constituencies in a variety of

2007-08 New Music Season Launches Sept. 15

(August 23, 2007) — New College of Florida presents the ninth season of contemporary music, New Music New College, which begins Sept. 15 and runs through the spring semester. Guest artists include pianist/performance artist Kathleen Supové, the Sylvia Smith Percussion

2007-08 New Music Season Launches Sept. 15

(August 23, 2007) — New College of Florida presents the ninth season of contemporary music, New Music New College, which begins Sept. 15 and runs through the spring semester. Guest artists include pianist/performance artist Kathleen Supové, the Sylvia Smith Percussion

2007-08 New Music Season Launches Sept. 15

(August 23, 2007) — New College of Florida presents the ninth season of contemporary music, New Music New College, which begins Sept. 15 and runs through the spring semester. Guest artists include pianist/performance artist Kathleen Supové, the Sylvia Smith Percussion

2007-08 New Music Season Launches Sept. 15

(August 23, 2007) — New College of Florida presents the ninth season of contemporary music, New Music New College, which begins Sept. 15 and runs through the spring semester. Guest artists include pianist/performance artist Kathleen Supové, the Sylvia Smith Percussion

Princeton Review Ranks New College Among Best

(August 20, 2007) — In the second national ranking within a week, New College of Florida is again listed among the top colleges in the nation – this time by The Princeton Review, the New York-based education services company, in

Princeton Review Ranks New College Among Best

(August 20, 2007) — In the second national ranking within a week, New College of Florida is again listed among the top colleges in the nation – this time by The Princeton Review, the New York-based education services company, in

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Princeton Review Ranks New College Among Best

(August 20, 2007) — In the second national ranking within a week, New College of Florida is again listed among the top colleges in the nation – this time by The Princeton Review, the New York-based education services company, in

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Princeton Review Ranks New College Among Best

(August 20, 2007) — In the second national ranking within a week, New College of Florida is again listed among the top colleges in the nation – this time by The Princeton Review, the New York-based education services company, in

New College Holds Top Five U.S. News Ranking Among Public Liberal Arts Colleges in Nation

(August 17, 2007) — In only its third year of being ranked, New College of Florida has maintained its place among the nation’s top five public, liberal arts colleges in U.S.News & World Report‘s annual survey of America’s Best Colleges.

New College Holds Top Five U.S. News Ranking Among Public Liberal Arts Colleges in Nation

(August 17, 2007) — In only its third year of being ranked, New College of Florida has maintained its place among the nation’s top five public, liberal arts colleges in U.S.News & World Report‘s annual survey of America’s Best Colleges.