Monthly Archives: April 2012

REVIEW: Music’s future is in safe hands with New College student composers

Herald-Tribune April 30, 2012 Four New College student composers, only two of whom are music majors, and the Sarasota String Quartet presented a program about the music “business” Sunday afternoon that was fascinating and ultimately optimistic about the direction composition

REVIEW: Music’s future is in safe hands with New College student composers

Herald-Tribune April 30, 2012 Four New College student composers, only two of whom are music majors, and the Sarasota String Quartet presented a program about the music “business” Sunday afternoon that was fascinating and ultimately optimistic about the direction composition

Book Excerpt: Smoketown by Tenea D. Johnson

She Wired April 30, 2012 As part of our effort to profile more authors within the LGBT community, we present Tenea D. Johnson. Tenea was born in Kentucky and fled at the first opportunity. She took with her, the calm

Book Excerpt: Smoketown by Tenea D. Johnson

She Wired April 30, 2012 As part of our effort to profile more authors within the LGBT community, we present Tenea D. Johnson. Tenea was born in Kentucky and fled at the first opportunity. She took with her, the calm

The Art of Numbers

Real Magazine (p. 26-32) April 2012 Rated one of the Top 100 Women Financial Advisors in the nation by Barron’s Magaine, Aimee Cogan’s congenial personality masks the passion she imparts to her clients and their financial portfolios. “It requires an

The Art of Numbers

Real Magazine (p. 26-32) April 2012 Rated one of the Top 100 Women Financial Advisors in the nation by Barron’s Magaine, Aimee Cogan’s congenial personality masks the passion she imparts to her clients and their financial portfolios. “It requires an

Drilling for Lower Prices?

Sarasota Herald-Tribune April 30, 2012 With the increase in gas prices, it is only a matter of time before the Florida Legislature again entertains opening up state waters to oil drilling. That is one of the reasons why New College

Drilling for Lower Prices?

Sarasota Herald-Tribune April 30, 2012 With the increase in gas prices, it is only a matter of time before the Florida Legislature again entertains opening up state waters to oil drilling. That is one of the reasons why New College

Those Creating Florida Poly Should Research Sarasota’s New College

The Ledger April 28, 2012 Having studied history at La Sorbonne in Paris (founded in 1258), I can appreciate Ford Heacock’s elation over the erection of Florida’s 12th state university right here in Lakeland [“Let’s Come Together To Ensure the

Those Creating Florida Poly Should Research Sarasota’s New College

The Ledger April 28, 2012 Having studied history at La Sorbonne in Paris (founded in 1258), I can appreciate Ford Heacock’s elation over the erection of Florida’s 12th state university right here in Lakeland [“Let’s Come Together To Ensure the

Bill Johnston ’61 on Career and Retirement

Washington and Lee University April 27, 2012 When the Bradenton, Fla., Herald decided to run profiles of retired executives of U.S. companies who now live in the Bradenton and Sarasota area, the paper chose Washington and Lee alumnus Bill Johnston,

Bill Johnston ’61 on Career and Retirement

Washington and Lee University April 27, 2012 When the Bradenton, Fla., Herald decided to run profiles of retired executives of U.S. companies who now live in the Bradenton and Sarasota area, the paper chose Washington and Lee alumnus Bill Johnston,

Four New College Students Win Fulbright Scholarships

Sarasota Herald-Tribune April 26, 2012 New College of Florida students this week continued their success at securing Fulbright Scholarships with four students being chosen for the distinction. The honors college on North Tamiami Trail in Sarasota has a history of

Four New College Students Win Fulbright Scholarships

Sarasota Herald-Tribune April 26, 2012 New College of Florida students this week continued their success at securing Fulbright Scholarships with four students being chosen for the distinction. The honors college on North Tamiami Trail in Sarasota has a history of