Monthly Archives: November 2008

Walker to take control of foundation Monday

Outlet: Sarasota Herald-Tribune – Online

Andrew Walker will take over as president of the New College Foundation Monday.

Walker previously held the position of international director of trustee programs for The Nature Conservancy in Arlington, Va. He served for 12 years as executive dire

Walker to take control of foundation Monday

Outlet: Sarasota Herald-Tribune – Online

Andrew Walker will take over as president of the New College Foundation Monday.

Walker previously held the position of international director of trustee programs for The Nature Conservancy in Arlington, Va. He served for 12 years as executive dire

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National Politics Editor for Politico, Charles Mahtesian, to Speak at New Topics New College December 11

Mahtesian Joins National Journal Correspondent and New College Alumna Alexis Simendinger and New College Professor Frank Alcock, Political Commentator for ABC7 News Sarasota November 21, 2008 – The opening lecture in the new series, New Topics New College, will feature

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National Politics Editor for Politico, Charles Mahtesian, to Speak at New Topics New College December 11

Mahtesian Joins National Journal Correspondent and New College Alumna Alexis Simendinger and New College Professor Frank Alcock, Political Commentator for ABC7 News Sarasota November 21, 2008 – The opening lecture in the new series, New Topics New College, will feature

New Grading System Needs Our Attention

UWEC Spectator November 20, 2008 At the New College of Florida, grades have been completely thrown out the window. Instead students are now given a one to three page self-evaluation at the conclusion of each semester.  You may be wondering

New Grading System Needs Our Attention

UWEC Spectator November 20, 2008 At the New College of Florida, grades have been completely thrown out the window. Instead students are now given a one to three page self-evaluation at the conclusion of each semester.  You may be wondering

Tuition Proposal Curbs Free Ride

Sarasota Herald-Tribune November 21, 2008 The era in which Florida’s top high school students could attend the state’s public universities for free is over, if a plan proposed Thursday by Gov. Charlie Crist is approved. The measure, which must be

Tuition Proposal Curbs Free Ride

Sarasota Herald-Tribune November 21, 2008 The era in which Florida’s top high school students could attend the state’s public universities for free is over, if a plan proposed Thursday by Gov. Charlie Crist is approved. The measure, which must be

New College Closed Thursday and Friday for Thanksgiving

The College will be closed Thursday and Friday, November 27 and 28 for the Thanksgiving holiday. 

New College Closed Thursday and Friday for Thanksgiving

The College will be closed Thursday and Friday, November 27 and 28 for the Thanksgiving holiday. 

College Tuition Increase Proposed

Outlet: Bradenton Herald

As the economy continues in a downward spiral, state institutions are looking to ease the money crunch with possible tuition increases.

Since Florida university tuition is among the lowest in the nation, Gov. Charlie Crist announced Thursday a pro

College Tuition Increase Proposed

Outlet: Bradenton Herald

As the economy continues in a downward spiral, state institutions are looking to ease the money crunch with possible tuition increases.

Since Florida university tuition is among the lowest in the nation, Gov. Charlie Crist announced Thursday a pro

New College’s George Mitchell Appointed VP for Membership Relations of Florida Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers

November 20, 2008 – George Mitchell, senior computer support specialist at New College of Florida, has been appointed Vice President for Membership Relations of the Florida Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (FACRAO).

New College’s George Mitchell Appointed VP for Membership Relations of Florida Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers

November 20, 2008 – George Mitchell, senior computer support specialist at New College of Florida, has been appointed Vice President for Membership Relations of the Florida Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (FACRAO).

FSU Center for the Performing Arts: Late Night Series

Each year Asolo sponsors a series of cutting edge productions known as the Late Night Series. Late Nights feature the new and developing work of FSU/Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training MFA students, providing a venue to really flex the muscles

FSU Center for the Performing Arts: Late Night Series

Each year Asolo sponsors a series of cutting edge productions known as the Late Night Series. Late Nights feature the new and developing work of FSU/Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training MFA students, providing a venue to really flex the muscles

Dance Tutorial Performances this Friday and Saturday

This semester’s Dance Tutorial performances will be this Friday, November 21, and Saturday, November 22, at 7:00 pm, in the Mildred Sainer Auditorium. The performances will be about 90 minutes long. Friday, there will be a reception following the performance.

Dance Tutorial Performances this Friday and Saturday

This semester’s Dance Tutorial performances will be this Friday, November 21, and Saturday, November 22, at 7:00 pm, in the Mildred Sainer Auditorium. The performances will be about 90 minutes long. Friday, there will be a reception following the performance.

The Economy has Students Putting College on Hold

Outlet: Sun Sentinel, Fort Lauderdale, FL

Joe Perri had big college dreams.

He wanted to pursue a degree in photography from an arts school.

He and his family saved, hunted for scholarships and applied for financial aid, but they eventually realized they simply couldn’t find enough hel

The Economy has Students Putting College on Hold

Outlet: Sun Sentinel, Fort Lauderdale, FL

Joe Perri had big college dreams.

He wanted to pursue a degree in photography from an arts school.

He and his family saved, hunted for scholarships and applied for financial aid, but they eventually realized they simply couldn’t find enough hel