Monthly Archives: April 2009

Lecture and Fun Run with Joan Benoit Samuelson, May 12 and 13

Olympic Gold medalist Joan Benoit Samuelson will give a talk at the College Hall Music Room on May 12 at 7:00 pm and will lead a fun run on May 13 at 9:00 am. 

Lecture and Fun Run with Joan Benoit Samuelson, May 12 and 13

Olympic Gold medalist Joan Benoit Samuelson will give a talk at the College Hall Music Room on May 12 at 7:00 pm and will lead a fun run on May 13 at 9:00 am. 

New conductor sees 'potential' in Venice symphony

Outlet: Sarasota Herald-Tribune

VENICE

Maestro Kenneth Bowermeister has been named conductor and music director of the Venice Symphony.

Nancy Lacy, president of the Venice Symphony board of directors, said Bowermeister, 61, will start June 1. He replaces Wesley John Schumache

New conductor sees 'potential' in Venice symphony

Outlet: Sarasota Herald-Tribune

VENICE

Maestro Kenneth Bowermeister has been named conductor and music director of the Venice Symphony.

Nancy Lacy, president of the Venice Symphony board of directors, said Bowermeister, 61, will start June 1. He replaces Wesley John Schumache

New College Chorus Semester-Ending Musicale, May 4

Please join the New College Chorus for their Spring 2009 Semester-Ending Musicale on May 4, 2008 in the College Hall Music Room at 7:30 pm  The performance is free and open to the public.  Seats are limited and are available

New College Chorus Semester-Ending Musicale, May 4

Please join the New College Chorus for their Spring 2009 Semester-Ending Musicale on May 4, 2008 in the College Hall Music Room at 7:30 pm  The performance is free and open to the public.  Seats are limited and are available

Community Conversation on Energy and Climate, May 4

Please join J. Goodrich as she leads a discussion on ways we can conserve, use energy more efficiently and be more sustainable in general as a residential campus.  The event will take place in the Gender & Diversity Center on

Community Conversation on Energy and Climate, May 4

Please join J. Goodrich as she leads a discussion on ways we can conserve, use energy more efficiently and be more sustainable in general as a residential campus.  The event will take place in the Gender & Diversity Center on

Dream Salad

Wed. May 6th, create your dream salad. Palm Court

Dream Salad

Wed. May 6th, create your dream salad. Palm Court

Free HIV Testing

at the Counseling Center, Thurs. from 2-5pm

Free HIV Testing

at the Counseling Center, Thurs. from 2-5pm

Eight New College of Florida Scholarship Recipients Honored at State Capitol

(April 27, 2009) — Members of the Florida Legislature took a brief respite from their ongoing and often heated debate over the budget on Thursday to recognize some of the state’s leading undergraduate students. In total, eight New College of

Eight New College of Florida Scholarship Recipients Honored at State Capitol

(April 27, 2009) — Members of the Florida Legislature took a brief respite from their ongoing and often heated debate over the budget on Thursday to recognize some of the state’s leading undergraduate students. In total, eight New College of

New College Alumna Deborah Howard Featured on Animal Planet

(April 27, 2009) — New College alumna Deborah Howard (’77), president of the Companion Animal Protection Society (CAPS), was featured on the Discovery Network’s Animal Planet as part of its special entitled “Puppy Mills: Exposed.” Howard is considered one of

New College Alumna Deborah Howard Featured on Animal Planet

(April 27, 2009) — New College alumna Deborah Howard (’77), president of the Companion Animal Protection Society (CAPS), was featured on the Discovery Network’s Animal Planet as part of its special entitled “Puppy Mills: Exposed.” Howard is considered one of

SENATE APPROVES 15 PERCENT TUITION HIKE

Outlet: Sun Sentinel

Those steep tuition increases you’ve been hearing about at schools like Florida Atlantic University are one step closer to becoming law.

According to an AP story, the Senate has approved a bill giving six universities authority to raise their tuit

SENATE APPROVES 15 PERCENT TUITION HIKE

Outlet: Sun Sentinel

Those steep tuition increases you’ve been hearing about at schools like Florida Atlantic University are one step closer to becoming law.

According to an AP story, the Senate has approved a bill giving six universities authority to raise their tuit

Editorial Throwing jobs away

Outlet: Gainesville Sun – Online, The

Last week, Florida TaxWatch released a study indicating that tens of thousands of new jobs could be created if the state more aggressively promoted solar energy production.

The Tallahassee-based fiscal watchdog group cited two primary reasons Flor

Editorial Throwing jobs away

Outlet: Gainesville Sun – Online, The

Last week, Florida TaxWatch released a study indicating that tens of thousands of new jobs could be created if the state more aggressively promoted solar energy production.

The Tallahassee-based fiscal watchdog group cited two primary reasons Flor