Monthly Archives: November 2010

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New College Saddened by Passing of Al Gilligan, Former Assistant to the VP for Finance and Administration

Al Gilligan, former Assistant to the Vice President for Finance and Administration, passed away on Sunday, November 21, following prolonged illness. Having enjoyed a successful career at Florida State University, Al joined New College of Florida in 2003 and served with distinction until

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New College Saddened by Passing of Al Gilligan, Former Assistant to the VP for Finance and Administration

Al Gilligan, former Assistant to the Vice President for Finance and Administration, passed away on Sunday, November 21, following prolonged illness. Having enjoyed a successful career at Florida State University, Al joined New College of Florida in 2003 and served with distinction until

Albert George Gilligan Obituary

Tallahassee Democrat November 29, 2010 Albert George Gilligan, Al Gilligan, 59, of Bradenton, Florida, formally of Tallahassee, Florida died November 21, 2010 in Manhattan, New York following complications from surgery.  Most recently, Al served as the Assistant to the Vice

Albert George Gilligan Obituary

Tallahassee Democrat November 29, 2010 Albert George Gilligan, Al Gilligan, 59, of Bradenton, Florida, formally of Tallahassee, Florida died November 21, 2010 in Manhattan, New York following complications from surgery.  Most recently, Al served as the Assistant to the Vice

Notes on Music, by Alex Ross

The New Yorker November 22, 2010 Alex Ross, the music critic for The New Yorker, posts in his blog an interview with Ari Streisfeld, one of the violinists of the Jack Quartet. In the interview, he mentions The Jack Quartet’s

Notes on Music, by Alex Ross

The New Yorker November 22, 2010 Alex Ross, the music critic for The New Yorker, posts in his blog an interview with Ari Streisfeld, one of the violinists of the Jack Quartet. In the interview, he mentions The Jack Quartet’s

29th Annual Women in Power Luncheon, Jan. 19, 2011

The National Council of Jewish Women Sarasota-Manatee Section will honor Dr. Helen Fagin, New College benefactor and Library Association board member, at the 29th Annual Women in Power Luncheon on Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2011. The event is being held at Michael’s on

29th Annual Women in Power Luncheon, Jan. 19, 2011

The National Council of Jewish Women Sarasota-Manatee Section will honor Dr. Helen Fagin, New College benefactor and Library Association board member, at the 29th Annual Women in Power Luncheon on Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2011. The event is being held at Michael’s on

International Coastal Cleanup Event Benefits Terra Ceia

WaterMatters Magazine November/December Issue Terra Ceia Preserve State Park continues to improve — thanks to a recent cleanup project. The District’s Surface Water Improvement and Management (SWIM) Program staff joined forces with Keep Manatee Beautiful, the Florida Department of Environmental

International Coastal Cleanup Event Benefits Terra Ceia

WaterMatters Magazine November/December Issue Terra Ceia Preserve State Park continues to improve — thanks to a recent cleanup project. The District’s Surface Water Improvement and Management (SWIM) Program staff joined forces with Keep Manatee Beautiful, the Florida Department of Environmental

Walking to Fight the Battle With AIDS

Herald-Tribune November 28, 2010 As organizers and supporters prepare for the fifth annual AIDS Walk, they offer a reminder of the devastating effects of HIV with dispelling stereotypes about it and the battle faced by those infected is the main

Walking to Fight the Battle With AIDS

Herald-Tribune November 28, 2010 As organizers and supporters prepare for the fifth annual AIDS Walk, they offer a reminder of the devastating effects of HIV with dispelling stereotypes about it and the battle faced by those infected is the main

Student 'Orphans' Create Their First Thanksgiving Feast

Herald-Tribune November 26, 2010 They called themselves Thanksgiving orphans, and indeed they were. A group of New College of Florida students who could not afford the money or time to travel home for the holiday gathered Thursday to cook a

Student 'Orphans' Create Their First Thanksgiving Feast

Herald-Tribune November 26, 2010 They called themselves Thanksgiving orphans, and indeed they were. A group of New College of Florida students who could not afford the money or time to travel home for the holiday gathered Thursday to cook a