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.

New College Professor-led Mote Marine Institute Issues First Policy Report on Red Tide in Florida Two-year, $400,000 supporting grant for institute also announced

(August 16, 2007) – The Marine Policy Institute at Mote Marine Laboratory released its first Policy Assessment Thursday offering an overview of red tide research and recommendations, and announced a two-year grant to the institute led by a New College

New College Professor-led Mote Marine Institute Issues First Policy Report on Red Tide in Florida Two-year, $400,000 supporting grant for institute also announced

(August 16, 2007) – The Marine Policy Institute at Mote Marine Laboratory released its first Policy Assessment Thursday offering an overview of red tide research and recommendations, and announced a two-year grant to the institute led by a New College

Freshman Read Warrants Look at Exonerated

Freshman Read Warrants Look at Exonerated Three Speakers to Discuss Death Penalty-Related Topics (August 14, 2007) – Assigned to read a common book on exonerated prison inmates, new students at New College of Florida will follow up their summer reading

Freshman Read Warrants Look at Exonerated

Freshman Read Warrants Look at Exonerated Three Speakers to Discuss Death Penalty-Related Topics (August 14, 2007) – Assigned to read a common book on exonerated prison inmates, new students at New College of Florida will follow up their summer reading