Monthly Archives: September 2011

Florida Primary Election Rescheduled

SNN 6 September 30, 2011 The State of Florida is in the middle of a dust up over the timing of a presidential primary. The state announced today it will move its 2012 primary election to January 31st. The move

Florida Primary Election Rescheduled

SNN 6 September 30, 2011 The State of Florida is in the middle of a dust up over the timing of a presidential primary. The state announced today it will move its 2012 primary election to January 31st. The move

Florida Plan for Early Primary Risks Punishment

WWSB / ABC 7 September 29, 2011 Friday a state committee is expected to announce that Florida will hold its primary election next January 31. Republicans pushing the idea say it will give Florida more influence in deciding who runs

Florida Plan for Early Primary Risks Punishment

WWSB / ABC 7 September 29, 2011 Friday a state committee is expected to announce that Florida will hold its primary election next January 31. Republicans pushing the idea say it will give Florida more influence in deciding who runs

SCF’s Jodi Johnson Recipient of LeRoy Collins Distinguished Alumni Award

State College of Florida September 29, 2011 Jodi Johnson, a decorated graduate of State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota (SCF), has been named the recipient of the LeRoy Collins Distinguished Alumni Rising Star Award by the Association of Florida Colleges (AFC).

SCF’s Jodi Johnson Recipient of LeRoy Collins Distinguished Alumni Award

State College of Florida September 29, 2011 Jodi Johnson, a decorated graduate of State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota (SCF), has been named the recipient of the LeRoy Collins Distinguished Alumni Rising Star Award by the Association of Florida Colleges (AFC).

Dudley Proving This Is Not Your Father’s Federal Reserve Bank of New York

Bloomberg September 28, 2011 It’s a quiet September morning outside the headquarters of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York on Liberty Street in downtown Manhattan. The 22-story building, made of limestone and sandstone blocks and decorated with wrought iron,

Dudley Proving This Is Not Your Father’s Federal Reserve Bank of New York

Bloomberg September 28, 2011 It’s a quiet September morning outside the headquarters of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York on Liberty Street in downtown Manhattan. The 22-story building, made of limestone and sandstone blocks and decorated with wrought iron,

CONCERT REVIEW: Maverick Composers Showcased by Violinist Miranda Cuckson

Ticket September 25, 2011 “New” music is not always really new, a point that New College Provost and New Music New College founder Stephen Miles made in introducing the 13th season of this always provocative program series. “We are always

CONCERT REVIEW: Maverick Composers Showcased by Violinist Miranda Cuckson

Ticket September 25, 2011 “New” music is not always really new, a point that New College Provost and New Music New College founder Stephen Miles made in introducing the 13th season of this always provocative program series. “We are always

Alumna Erica Lindegren ‘11 Receives Achievement Award from Florida Commission

September 26, 2011 — The Florida Commission on the Status of Women (FCSW) honored New College of Florida alumna Erica Lindegren with their annual Achievement Award for her work in improving the lives of women and families in their communities.

Alumna Erica Lindegren ‘11 Receives Achievement Award from Florida Commission

September 26, 2011 — The Florida Commission on the Status of Women (FCSW) honored New College of Florida alumna Erica Lindegren with their annual Achievement Award for her work in improving the lives of women and families in their communities.

UPDATE: Shark Bite Victim Undergoes Surgery Today

Herald-Tribune September 24, 2011 A 21-year-old Longboat Key man who was bitten by a shark this past weekend will undergo surgery today. Charles Wickersham was spearfishing with several friends in the Gulf of Mexico off Anna Maria Island on Saturday

UPDATE: Shark Bite Victim Undergoes Surgery Today

Herald-Tribune September 24, 2011 A 21-year-old Longboat Key man who was bitten by a shark this past weekend will undergo surgery today. Charles Wickersham was spearfishing with several friends in the Gulf of Mexico off Anna Maria Island on Saturday