Monthly Archives: May 2009

New College of Florida is going to a four-day work week

Outlet: Bay News 9

County where a winter haven park orginally meant to be a stormwater treatment area is a disaster. Baynews9’s melissa sogegian has more. “A messy project is underway to clean up muck at lake howard park. – Over the years. Excess muck has built up arou

New College of Florida is going to a four-day work week

Outlet: Bay News 9

County where a winter haven park orginally meant to be a stormwater treatment area is a disaster. Baynews9’s melissa sogegian has more. “A messy project is underway to clean up muck at lake howard park. – Over the years. Excess muck has built up arou

New College assumes 4-day week

Outlet: Bradenton Herald

SARASOTA — New College of Florida has announced that some of its offices will follow a 4-day, 10-hour-a-day work schedule this summer.

From June 1 through August 7, most campus offices will be open for extended hours on Mondays through Thursdays,

New College assumes 4-day week

Outlet: Bradenton Herald

SARASOTA — New College of Florida has announced that some of its offices will follow a 4-day, 10-hour-a-day work schedule this summer.

From June 1 through August 7, most campus offices will be open for extended hours on Mondays through Thursdays,

In YouTube era, seeking gaffes for later campaigns

Outlet: Sarasota Herald-Tribune – Online

It may be 18 months until Election Day 2010, but in the new era of the never-ending campaign season the dirt digging is already well under way.

That was never more apparent than at a town hall meeting in Sarasota last week, when state Rep. Keith F

In YouTube era, seeking gaffes for later campaigns

Outlet: Sarasota Herald-Tribune – Online

It may be 18 months until Election Day 2010, but in the new era of the never-ending campaign season the dirt digging is already well under way.

That was never more apparent than at a town hall meeting in Sarasota last week, when state Rep. Keith F

Beware of pythons

Outlet: Sarasota Herald-Tribune – Online

Florida and its counties spent millions of dollars to eradicate the Brazilian pepper tree after it spread through the state — even though this invasive species doesn’t eating birds, wildlife ranging from rabbits to alligators, or cats and dogs.

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Beware of pythons

Outlet: Sarasota Herald-Tribune – Online

Florida and its counties spent millions of dollars to eradicate the Brazilian pepper tree after it spread through the state — even though this invasive species doesn’t eating birds, wildlife ranging from rabbits to alligators, or cats and dogs.

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New College Hosts Duke TIP Field Study Program “Melody of the Mind: An Analytical Approach to Music”

May 29, 2009 – New College of Florida will host the Duke University Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP) Summer Field Study Program entitled Melody of the Mind: An Analytical Approach to Music from June 10-24. The program will bring top

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New College Hosts Duke TIP Field Study Program “Melody of the Mind: An Analytical Approach to Music”

May 29, 2009 – New College of Florida will host the Duke University Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP) Summer Field Study Program entitled Melody of the Mind: An Analytical Approach to Music from June 10-24. The program will bring top

So, when life hands you a state full of pythons …

Sarasota Herald-Tribune May 28, 2009 There hasn’t actually been a fatal python attack in the wilds of Florida, as far as I know. So far, it is alligators that should worry. But Lowman and other biologists think the estimated Everglades

So, when life hands you a state full of pythons …

Sarasota Herald-Tribune May 28, 2009 There hasn’t actually been a fatal python attack in the wilds of Florida, as far as I know. So far, it is alligators that should worry. But Lowman and other biologists think the estimated Everglades

Add New College to Sarasota's gems

Sarasota Herald-Tribune May 28, 2009 Letter to the Editor from Babette Trader of Sarasota: “I found it amazing that in a relatively small student enrollment so many seniors and undergraduates have been awarded such prestigious fellowships, scholarships, assistantships and other

Add New College to Sarasota's gems

Sarasota Herald-Tribune May 28, 2009 Letter to the Editor from Babette Trader of Sarasota: “I found it amazing that in a relatively small student enrollment so many seniors and undergraduates have been awarded such prestigious fellowships, scholarships, assistantships and other