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Pique Nique Returned to New College Bayfront With Record-Breaking Attendance

Hundreds drank in the beautiful scenery of Sarasota Bay on Wednesday, April 2, as Pique Nique Sur La Baie returned to New College of Florida and marked its 31st year on Sarasota’s social calendar.

Pique Nique Returned to New College Bayfront With Record-Breaking Attendance

Hundreds drank in the beautiful scenery of Sarasota Bay on Wednesday, April 2, as Pique Nique Sur La Baie returned to New College of Florida and marked its 31st year on Sarasota’s social calendar.

Biennial Medieval and Renaissance Conference Features Inaugural Awarding of Snyder Prize

The 19th biennial New College Conference on Medieval and Renaissance Studies continues this weekend, with students and scholars from dozens of universities presenting and debating on topics from “Goths, Greeks and Romans: Romanitas in Early Medieval Italy” to “Theater and

Biennial Medieval and Renaissance Conference Features Inaugural Awarding of Snyder Prize

The 19th biennial New College Conference on Medieval and Renaissance Studies continues this weekend, with students and scholars from dozens of universities presenting and debating on topics from “Goths, Greeks and Romans: Romanitas in Early Medieval Italy” to “Theater and

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Reading, Film and Music Festival “Gide Project” Celebrates Nobel Prize-Winning Author

This is a tale of a Vatican conspiracy, a kidnapped Pope, and an amateur sleuth on the trail. There’s a master criminal and his henchmen, a miracle cure and a cold-blooded murder. The story rambles across Europe, from Paris to

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Reading, Film and Music Festival “Gide Project” Celebrates Nobel Prize-Winning Author

This is a tale of a Vatican conspiracy, a kidnapped Pope, and an amateur sleuth on the trail. There’s a master criminal and his henchmen, a miracle cure and a cold-blooded murder. The story rambles across Europe, from Paris to

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Sarasota World Affairs Council’s Inaugural Lecture Features Federal Judge in Terrorism Cases

A federal judge with experience in prominent terrorism cases will speak at the inaugural event of the new Sarasota World Affairs Council.

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Sarasota World Affairs Council’s Inaugural Lecture Features Federal Judge in Terrorism Cases

A federal judge with experience in prominent terrorism cases will speak at the inaugural event of the new Sarasota World Affairs Council.

New College Moves Up to Nation’s No. 2 “Best Value” In Princeton Review’s 2014 Rankings

New College of Florida has been ranked the No. 2 “Best Value Public College in America” for 2014 by The Princeton Review, one of America’s best-known education services companies, and as reported by USA Today. New College moved up one

New College Moves Up to Nation’s No. 2 “Best Value” In Princeton Review’s 2014 Rankings

New College of Florida has been ranked the No. 2 “Best Value Public College in America” for 2014 by The Princeton Review, one of America’s best-known education services companies, and as reported by USA Today. New College moved up one

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New College of Florida Juried Student Art Exhibition Opens at Isermann Gallery

More than three dozen works from New College’s arts program will be on display in the sixth annual New College of Florida Juried Student Art Exhibition, which runs from Jan. 28 through March 14.

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New College of Florida Juried Student Art Exhibition Opens at Isermann Gallery

More than three dozen works from New College’s arts program will be on display in the sixth annual New College of Florida Juried Student Art Exhibition, which runs from Jan. 28 through March 14.

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Yoga, Music, Rock Wall, Animals: Fun and Fitness, New College Style

The third annual Fun & Fitness Expo at New College of Florida shows that there’s more to healthy living than annual checkups. The Feb. 6 event, which is open to the public, features community groups and businesses demonstrating aspects of

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Yoga, Music, Rock Wall, Animals: Fun and Fitness, New College Style

The third annual Fun & Fitness Expo at New College of Florida shows that there’s more to healthy living than annual checkups. The Feb. 6 event, which is open to the public, features community groups and businesses demonstrating aspects of

Florida Colleges Support Resident Status for Veterans

Dr. Donal O’Shea, president of New College of Florida, and other members of the Board of Directors of the Florida Association of Colleges and Universities (FACU), unanimously approved a resolution on January 14 that commends military veterans for their service

Florida Colleges Support Resident Status for Veterans

Dr. Donal O’Shea, president of New College of Florida, and other members of the Board of Directors of the Florida Association of Colleges and Universities (FACU), unanimously approved a resolution on January 14 that commends military veterans for their service

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President of Boston Fed to Speak at New College

Eric Rosengren, president and chief executive officer of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, will discuss the nation’s economic outlook as part of the New Topics New College lecture series. Rosengren’s talk will be at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 6,

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President of Boston Fed to Speak at New College

Eric Rosengren, president and chief executive officer of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, will discuss the nation’s economic outlook as part of the New Topics New College lecture series. Rosengren’s talk will be at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 6,

New College Of Florida Meets White House Call for Affordable, Accessible Higher Education

President Obama’s White House summit on January 16 called on colleges to make education more affordable and accessible to low-income students. New College of Florida – in the top three of Princeton Review’s national “Best Value” public colleges – is

New College Of Florida Meets White House Call for Affordable, Accessible Higher Education

President Obama’s White House summit on January 16 called on colleges to make education more affordable and accessible to low-income students. New College of Florida – in the top three of Princeton Review’s national “Best Value” public colleges – is