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New College Graduates of 2011 Urged to Remain Personally and Morally Strong at 45th Annual Commencement Ceremony

May 20, 2011 — “In every walk of life, we must try to eradicate human behavior based on blind prejudice and bigotry, and replace it with human decency,” prominent Holocaust educator Dr. Helen N. Fagin told the 167 members of

New College Graduates of 2011 Urged to Remain Personally and Morally Strong at 45th Annual Commencement Ceremony

May 20, 2011 — “In every walk of life, we must try to eradicate human behavior based on blind prejudice and bigotry, and replace it with human decency,” prominent Holocaust educator Dr. Helen N. Fagin told the 167 members of

Spoken Word Poet Andrea Gibson Performed on Campus

Andrea Gibson, internationally known spoken word poet, gave a powerful live performance of her poetry on campus March 2011. Watch her riveting performances here. Students also tapped into her genius during a creative writing workshop at Four Winds Café. Gibson’s

Spoken Word Poet Andrea Gibson Performed on Campus

Andrea Gibson, internationally known spoken word poet, gave a powerful live performance of her poetry on campus March 2011. Watch her riveting performances here. Students also tapped into her genius during a creative writing workshop at Four Winds Café. Gibson’s

New College Receives $1 Million Gift from Philanthropist Beverly Koski

March 21, 2011 – Beverly Koski, one of Sarasota’s leading philanthropists and community leaders, has made a million-dollar gift to New College of Florida. The gift was announced today by Andrew Walker, president and CEO of the New College Foundation.

New College Receives $1 Million Gift from Philanthropist Beverly Koski

March 21, 2011 – Beverly Koski, one of Sarasota’s leading philanthropists and community leaders, has made a million-dollar gift to New College of Florida. The gift was announced today by Andrew Walker, president and CEO of the New College Foundation.

Nothing Less Than War a New Book by New College of Florida Professor Justus Doenecke

March 21, 2011 – “We are walking on quicksand,” wrote Woodrow Wilson to a cousin in September 1915. Thus opens a new book by New College of Florida Professor Justus Doenecke titled Nothing Less Than War: A New History of

Nothing Less Than War a New Book by New College of Florida Professor Justus Doenecke

March 21, 2011 – “We are walking on quicksand,” wrote Woodrow Wilson to a cousin in September 1915. Thus opens a new book by New College of Florida Professor Justus Doenecke titled Nothing Less Than War: A New History of

New College Student Katie McAlpine Takes Third Prize at Science and Technology Symposium

March 16, 2011 — New College of Florida student Katherine “Katie” McAlpine won third prize in the undergraduate student poster competition at the 2011 Annual Joint Symposium of the Florida Chapter of the AVS Science and Technology Society and the

New College Student Katie McAlpine Takes Third Prize at Science and Technology Symposium

March 16, 2011 — New College of Florida student Katherine “Katie” McAlpine won third prize in the undergraduate student poster competition at the 2011 Annual Joint Symposium of the Florida Chapter of the AVS Science and Technology Society and the

New College Student Ryan Tisdale Earns Scholarship to Study in South Korea

( March 15, 2011) — New College of Florida student Ryan Tisdale is one of 75 university students selected by the Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) to participate in the South Korea Scholarship Program, March 18-26, 2011. Tisdale is

New College Student Ryan Tisdale Earns Scholarship to Study in South Korea

( March 15, 2011) — New College of Florida student Ryan Tisdale is one of 75 university students selected by the Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) to participate in the South Korea Scholarship Program, March 18-26, 2011. Tisdale is

New College Foundation Elects Five Trustees

March 11, 2011 — The New College Foundation has announced the election of five individuals to its Board of Trustees. The Foundation raises funds to support New College of Florida, the state’s designated honors college, ranked among the country’s finest

New College Foundation Elects Five Trustees

March 11, 2011 — The New College Foundation has announced the election of five individuals to its Board of Trustees. The Foundation raises funds to support New College of Florida, the state’s designated honors college, ranked among the country’s finest

Alumna Raymonda Burgman Named Associate Provost

(March 10, 2011) — New College of Florida today announced the appointment of Raymonda L. Burgman as associate provost in the Office of Academic Affairs, effective July 1, 2011, renewable on an annual basis. Burgman is currently on campus as

Alumna Raymonda Burgman Named Associate Provost

(March 10, 2011) — New College of Florida today announced the appointment of Raymonda L. Burgman as associate provost in the Office of Academic Affairs, effective July 1, 2011, renewable on an annual basis. Burgman is currently on campus as

New College of Florida Students and Ringling Museum Library Present Community Art Lecture Series, March-April 2011

(Sarasota, FL – March 7, 2011) — New College of Florida students are presenting the fourth annual “Sharing the Scholarship” art lecture series in collaboration with the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art Library on Mondays, from 3:30-5 p.m.,

New College of Florida Students and Ringling Museum Library Present Community Art Lecture Series, March-April 2011

(Sarasota, FL – March 7, 2011) — New College of Florida students are presenting the fourth annual “Sharing the Scholarship” art lecture series in collaboration with the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art Library on Mondays, from 3:30-5 p.m.,

New College of Florida Student Anamica Bedi Earns State Department Scholarship to Study in India

(Sarasota, FL – March 7, 2011) — New College of Florida student Anamica Bedi will study Punjabi this summer in India on a Critical Language Scholarship from the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.

New College of Florida Student Anamica Bedi Earns State Department Scholarship to Study in India

(Sarasota, FL – March 7, 2011) — New College of Florida student Anamica Bedi will study Punjabi this summer in India on a Critical Language Scholarship from the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.