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New College victorious in 2014 Turkey Bowl

In the annual Fall ritual to claim bragging rights between New College of Florida and the Ringling College of Art and Design, let the record show in 2014, it was all Nulls.  New College thrashed the Ringling Armadillos 30-0 in

New College victorious in 2014 Turkey Bowl

In the annual Fall ritual to claim bragging rights between New College of Florida and the Ringling College of Art and Design, let the record show in 2014, it was all Nulls.  New College thrashed the Ringling Armadillos 30-0 in

New College of Florida and Ringling College of Art and Design Announce Annual “Turkey Bowl” Flag Football Game

New College of Florida and Ringling College announce that the annual “Turkey Bowl” flag football game will occur Sunday, Nov. 16, 2014. Already in its fourth year, this annual student-driven event pits the co-ed flag football teams of Sarasota’s two

New College of Florida and Ringling College of Art and Design Announce Annual “Turkey Bowl” Flag Football Game

New College of Florida and Ringling College announce that the annual “Turkey Bowl” flag football game will occur Sunday, Nov. 16, 2014. Already in its fourth year, this annual student-driven event pits the co-ed flag football teams of Sarasota’s two

Acclaimed African Writer Veronique Tadjo Addresses Issue of Mass Migration at New College

In 2014 alone, nearly 3,000 people have died while fleeing Africa across the Mediterranean Sea – including some 500 in one incident in September. What reasons motivate so many African migrants to undertake the dangerous crossing to Europe? What ethical

Acclaimed African Writer Veronique Tadjo Addresses Issue of Mass Migration at New College

In 2014 alone, nearly 3,000 people have died while fleeing Africa across the Mediterranean Sea – including some 500 in one incident in September. What reasons motivate so many African migrants to undertake the dangerous crossing to Europe? What ethical

Emmy, Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalist Hedrick Smith To Open New Topics New College Lecture Series

America is now actually Two Americas, separated by a chasm of opportunity and wealth, says Hedrick Smith, best-selling author and winner of the Pulitzer Prize and Emmy awards. The reason, he says: A series of political and economic policy choices

Emmy, Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalist Hedrick Smith To Open New Topics New College Lecture Series

America is now actually Two Americas, separated by a chasm of opportunity and wealth, says Hedrick Smith, best-selling author and winner of the Pulitzer Prize and Emmy awards. The reason, he says: A series of political and economic policy choices

Faculty, Friends Celebrate McCord’s Career

Friends, colleagues and students packed College Hall on October 8 to pay tribute to biology professor Elzie McCord, who recently retired after nearly 14 years at New College of Florida. “I’m near speechless,” he told the gathering. “And that’s kind

Faculty, Friends Celebrate McCord’s Career

Friends, colleagues and students packed College Hall on October 8 to pay tribute to biology professor Elzie McCord, who recently retired after nearly 14 years at New College of Florida. “I’m near speechless,” he told the gathering. “And that’s kind

Failure is a Step Toward Understanding, ’5 Elements’ Author Advises New College

Teachers usually want to see students succeed, but renowned educator Edward Burger advised a New College crowd just the opposite: Failure is good for you. Burger is president of Southwestern University, a former mathematics professor at William College, and winner

Failure is a Step Toward Understanding, ’5 Elements’ Author Advises New College

Teachers usually want to see students succeed, but renowned educator Edward Burger advised a New College crowd just the opposite: Failure is good for you. Burger is president of Southwestern University, a former mathematics professor at William College, and winner

Art from Cuba’s Oriente Presented at New College

Oriente is a name for the once-isolated region of eastern Cuba, and art from that region is flavored by the indigenous Taino, who first lived there; by the Spanish, who settled there after Columbus landed; and by the French, who

Art from Cuba’s Oriente Presented at New College

Oriente is a name for the once-isolated region of eastern Cuba, and art from that region is flavored by the indigenous Taino, who first lived there; by the Spanish, who settled there after Columbus landed; and by the French, who