Category Archives: In The News

A Winding Path to Practice Law in U.S.

The St. Petersburg Tribune October 19, 2014 Law school graduate and undocumented immigrant Jose Godinez-Samperio will speak at Eckerd College on Tuesday about his efforts to become a practicing lawyer in the United States. Born in Mexico, Godinez-Samperio, 27, came to

A Winding Path to Practice Law in U.S.

The St. Petersburg Tribune October 19, 2014 Law school graduate and undocumented immigrant Jose Godinez-Samperio will speak at Eckerd College on Tuesday about his efforts to become a practicing lawyer in the United States. Born in Mexico, Godinez-Samperio, 27, came to

Peace Activist and College Bring Middle-Eastern Women to Florida

University Business October 17, 2014 Najla Fawwaz, Israel, has been out on Sarasota Bay with the Sailing Team. Loureen Sayej, West Bank, has been practicing with the co-ed flag football team. Rasha Masara, Syria, has been holding court in a

Peace Activist and College Bring Middle-Eastern Women to Florida

University Business October 17, 2014 Najla Fawwaz, Israel, has been out on Sarasota Bay with the Sailing Team. Loureen Sayej, West Bank, has been practicing with the co-ed flag football team. Rasha Masara, Syria, has been holding court in a

On U.S. News Glamour Lists, Public Colleges and Universities are Scarce at the Top

The Washington Post September 9, 2014 Most college students in the United States — more than seven of every 10 — attend public institutions of higher education. The reason is straightforward: These schools have larger capacity and lower tuition. But

On U.S. News Glamour Lists, Public Colleges and Universities are Scarce at the Top

The Washington Post September 9, 2014 Most college students in the United States — more than seven of every 10 — attend public institutions of higher education. The reason is straightforward: These schools have larger capacity and lower tuition. But

Former Coach Execs get Top Spots on New College Board

Tampa Bay Business Journal September 17, 2014 The New College of Florida Board of Trustees elected Keith Monda and Felice Schulaner, both former executives for Coach Inc., to the top two positions on the board.  Monda was elected to chair.

Former Coach Execs get Top Spots on New College Board

Tampa Bay Business Journal September 17, 2014 The New College of Florida Board of Trustees elected Keith Monda and Felice Schulaner, both former executives for Coach Inc., to the top two positions on the board.  Monda was elected to chair.

New College Seeking Funding for Arts Programs

Sarasota Herald-Tribune September 7, 2014 Many prospective New College of Florida students are keenly interested in the arts, and some end up going to other universities when they realize the limits of the small Sarasota school’s arts curriculum. So next

New College Seeking Funding for Arts Programs

Sarasota Herald-Tribune September 7, 2014 Many prospective New College of Florida students are keenly interested in the arts, and some end up going to other universities when they realize the limits of the small Sarasota school’s arts curriculum. So next

Unearthing the Surprising History of Gay Rights Activism

The Huffington Post June 28, 2014 On New Year’s Day 1965, hundreds of gay San Franciscans arrived at 625 Polk Street in the city’s Tenderloin district for a much-anticipated “Mardi Gras Ball.” [...] “That was years before the 1969 Stonewall riots,

Unearthing the Surprising History of Gay Rights Activism

The Huffington Post June 28, 2014 On New Year’s Day 1965, hundreds of gay San Franciscans arrived at 625 Polk Street in the city’s Tenderloin district for a much-anticipated “Mardi Gras Ball.” [...] “That was years before the 1969 Stonewall riots,

Program Provides Access to Summer of Science

Sarasota Herald-Tribune June 17, 2014 Nestled on Sarasota Bay, a group of campers stood on the rose-colored dock of New College not just enjoying the view but measuring the water’s pH and salinity levels. Cynthia Suarez, a rising eighth-grader at

Program Provides Access to Summer of Science

Sarasota Herald-Tribune June 17, 2014 Nestled on Sarasota Bay, a group of campers stood on the rose-colored dock of New College not just enjoying the view but measuring the water’s pH and salinity levels. Cynthia Suarez, a rising eighth-grader at