Category Archives: In The News

New College vs. Ringling Flag Football Showdown in Sarasota

WWSB ABC7 April 7, 2014 One of the biggest football rivalries on the suncoast took place Sunday. Hundreds went out to see the New College of Florida take on Ringling College of Art and Design in a flag-football showdown. The event was held at the New

New College vs. Ringling Flag Football Showdown in Sarasota

WWSB ABC7 April 7, 2014 One of the biggest football rivalries on the suncoast took place Sunday. Hundreds went out to see the New College of Florida take on Ringling College of Art and Design in a flag-football showdown. The event was held at the New

Ringling ‘Fighting Armadillos’ Squash New College in Spring Football Benefit Game

Bradenton Herald April 7, 2014 The history of New College of Florida, which dates back to its founding on Oct. 11, 1960, is filled with landmark events, such as its designation by the Florida legislature as “Honors College for the

Ringling ‘Fighting Armadillos’ Squash New College in Spring Football Benefit Game

Bradenton Herald April 7, 2014 The history of New College of Florida, which dates back to its founding on Oct. 11, 1960, is filled with landmark events, such as its designation by the Florida legislature as “Honors College for the

Hot Flash: Prep for Pique Nique

YourObserver.com March 25, 2014 Springtime, that time of year when the most polite of events happen — polo matches, Derby events, golf tournaments and more — all taking place under the beaming sun. So, what better time to don a

Hot Flash: Prep for Pique Nique

YourObserver.com March 25, 2014 Springtime, that time of year when the most polite of events happen — polo matches, Derby events, golf tournaments and more — all taking place under the beaming sun. So, what better time to don a

Too Big to Ignore

Sarasota Herald-Tribune March 31, 2014 Although the biennial display of monumental sculpture along Sarasota’s bayfront has displayed works by area sculptors in past seasons, the sheer size of works by two local artists has brought more attention to their art. “It’s

Too Big to Ignore

Sarasota Herald-Tribune March 31, 2014 Although the biennial display of monumental sculpture along Sarasota’s bayfront has displayed works by area sculptors in past seasons, the sheer size of works by two local artists has brought more attention to their art. “It’s

The 20 Public Colleges with the Smartest Students

Business Insider March 24, 2014 With the rapidly rising price of college tuition, many top students are realizing you don’t need to pay an arm and a leg for a quality education, and that state schools are just as great.

The 20 Public Colleges with the Smartest Students

Business Insider March 24, 2014 With the rapidly rising price of college tuition, many top students are realizing you don’t need to pay an arm and a leg for a quality education, and that state schools are just as great.

New College Wants to Offer ‘Big Data’ Graduate Course

Sarasota Herald-Tribune March 12, 2014 New College of Florida has long championed the unusual learning environment it provides for its undergraduates. At the four-year liberal arts honors college in the north corridor of Sarasota, students forego traditional grades for individualized

New College Wants to Offer ‘Big Data’ Graduate Course

Sarasota Herald-Tribune March 12, 2014 New College of Florida has long championed the unusual learning environment it provides for its undergraduates. At the four-year liberal arts honors college in the north corridor of Sarasota, students forego traditional grades for individualized

USF Trail Will Open Campus to Public

Bradenton Herald March 11, 2014 A pedestrian and bicycle trail linking the University of South Florida with Manatee County’s Powel Crosley Estate is in the works. [...] The first phase of the trail will connect USF with New College of Florida,

USF Trail Will Open Campus to Public

Bradenton Herald March 11, 2014 A pedestrian and bicycle trail linking the University of South Florida with Manatee County’s Powel Crosley Estate is in the works. [...] The first phase of the trail will connect USF with New College of Florida,

DIY Ensemble Makes Its Own Instruments, and Music, for New Music New College

Sarasota Herald-TribuneMarch 10, 2014 Instruments they’ve built or modified will be played by 12 New College of Florida students at this weekend’s New Music New College concert by the DIY Ensemble. Under the direction of visiting assistant professor of music Mark

DIY Ensemble Makes Its Own Instruments, and Music, for New Music New College

Sarasota Herald-TribuneMarch 10, 2014 Instruments they’ve built or modified will be played by 12 New College of Florida students at this weekend’s New Music New College concert by the DIY Ensemble. Under the direction of visiting assistant professor of music Mark

New College Students Put a Twist on Art Observation

This Week in Sarasota March 6, 2014 When considering a project to contribute to Realize Bradenton’s 2014 ArtSlam, New College art professor Kim Anderson wanted to do more than just display art — she wanted to create an interactive experience. So,

New College Students Put a Twist on Art Observation

This Week in Sarasota March 6, 2014 When considering a project to contribute to Realize Bradenton’s 2014 ArtSlam, New College art professor Kim Anderson wanted to do more than just display art — she wanted to create an interactive experience. So,

More ‘Is it Feasible?’ Performances Planned

Sarasota Herald-Tribune March 4, 2014 The one-man play “Is it Feasible?” that FSU/Asolo Conservatory student Zlatomir Moldovanski debuted last month will return to the area for three more performances in March and April. The play, drawn from the short stories of

More ‘Is it Feasible?’ Performances Planned

Sarasota Herald-Tribune March 4, 2014 The one-man play “Is it Feasible?” that FSU/Asolo Conservatory student Zlatomir Moldovanski debuted last month will return to the area for three more performances in March and April. The play, drawn from the short stories of