Monthly Archives: November 2011

New College Hosts Archaeology Day for Fruitville Elem. Students

Sarasota County Schools News November 30, 2011 Fruitville Elementary students in fourth and fifth grades will get the chance to be “junior archaeologists” and learn about the history and cultures of early Florida as they spend a day with their

New College Hosts Archaeology Day for Fruitville Elem. Students

Sarasota County Schools News November 30, 2011 Fruitville Elementary students in fourth and fifth grades will get the chance to be “junior archaeologists” and learn about the history and cultures of early Florida as they spend a day with their

Clear Lake Native Helps Preserve Houston Maritime History

The Houston Chronicle November 29, 2011 The world of anthropology has taken Mary Barnes to the far reaches of the globe and a long way from her roots. Barnes, 23, grew up in the Clear Lake area graduating from high

Clear Lake Native Helps Preserve Houston Maritime History

The Houston Chronicle November 29, 2011 The world of anthropology has taken Mary Barnes to the far reaches of the globe and a long way from her roots. Barnes, 23, grew up in the Clear Lake area graduating from high

Outspoken Michael Long Of Sarasota’s New College Credits AMI Kids For Success

83 Degrees November 29, 2011 Michael Long is a whirling dervish who travels from class to class on the campus of New College in Sarasota, as well as from meeting to meeting, activity to activity around Florida. To call him

Outspoken Michael Long Of Sarasota’s New College Credits AMI Kids For Success

83 Degrees November 29, 2011 Michael Long is a whirling dervish who travels from class to class on the campus of New College in Sarasota, as well as from meeting to meeting, activity to activity around Florida. To call him

New College Earns Gold For Going Green, Sarasota

83 Degrees November 29, 2011 New College of Florida in Sarasota has gone green. Opening a new $11 million Academic Center just in time for 50 classes for the Fall semester, the college was recently awarded with gold Leadership in

New College Earns Gold For Going Green, Sarasota

83 Degrees November 29, 2011 New College of Florida in Sarasota has gone green. Opening a new $11 million Academic Center just in time for 50 classes for the Fall semester, the college was recently awarded with gold Leadership in

University Presidents Respond to Scott With Document Dump

Sunshine State News November 28, 2011 Public university leaders, through thousands of pages of answers that include backup academic studies and appendixes, have replied to Gov. Rick Scott’s request to outline what the schools are doing to ensure graduates meet

University Presidents Respond to Scott With Document Dump

Sunshine State News November 28, 2011 Public university leaders, through thousands of pages of answers that include backup academic studies and appendixes, have replied to Gov. Rick Scott’s request to outline what the schools are doing to ensure graduates meet

Florida Universities Respond to Rick Scott’s Inquisition With a Massive Document Dump

Flagler Live November 28, 2011 Public university leaders, through thousands of pages of answers that include backup academic studies and appendixes, have replied to Gov. Rick Scott’s request to outline what the schools are doing to ensure graduates meet the

Florida Universities Respond to Rick Scott’s Inquisition With a Massive Document Dump

Flagler Live November 28, 2011 Public university leaders, through thousands of pages of answers that include backup academic studies and appendixes, have replied to Gov. Rick Scott’s request to outline what the schools are doing to ensure graduates meet the

‘In Your Face’ Sculpture

Sarasota Herald-Tribune November 27, 2011 Regarding the large, red, extremely ugly apparition on the corner of U.S. 41 and Gulf Stream Avenue on Sarasota’s (formerly) beautiful bayfront: While my intense dislike of this piece of “art” is personal and possibly

‘In Your Face’ Sculpture

Sarasota Herald-Tribune November 27, 2011 Regarding the large, red, extremely ugly apparition on the corner of U.S. 41 and Gulf Stream Avenue on Sarasota’s (formerly) beautiful bayfront: While my intense dislike of this piece of “art” is personal and possibly

Maverick New College Student Makes Waves

The Ledger November 20, 2011 It is hard to pinpoint the exact moment that Michael Long became a maverick. It might have been when the 20-year-old New College student traded in his car for a small sailboat, where he now

Maverick New College Student Makes Waves

The Ledger November 20, 2011 It is hard to pinpoint the exact moment that Michael Long became a maverick. It might have been when the 20-year-old New College student traded in his car for a small sailboat, where he now

College Job Mentors

Sarasota Herald-Tribune November 19, 2011 As part of its mission to provide a platform for members to build relationships and contribute to the high quality of living of our community, the Sarasota Young Professionals Group has formed a public/private partnership

College Job Mentors

Sarasota Herald-Tribune November 19, 2011 As part of its mission to provide a platform for members to build relationships and contribute to the high quality of living of our community, the Sarasota Young Professionals Group has formed a public/private partnership

Gubernatorial Appointments in the Prior Week

Sunshine State News November 19, 2011 Appointments to the Big Cypress Basin board, Children’s Services Council of Broward County, district board of trustees of Pasco-Hernando Community College, board of trustees of New College of Florida, district board of trustees on

Gubernatorial Appointments in the Prior Week

Sunshine State News November 19, 2011 Appointments to the Big Cypress Basin board, Children’s Services Council of Broward County, district board of trustees of Pasco-Hernando Community College, board of trustees of New College of Florida, district board of trustees on