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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

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

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

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

Project connects New College students, local charities that care for wildlife, pets

This month, two dozen New College students are taking part in a program where they learn how to take better care of animals, from household pets to Florida wildlife. The students are part of the Animal Betterment independent study project,

Project connects New College students, local charities that care for wildlife, pets

This month, two dozen New College students are taking part in a program where they learn how to take better care of animals, from household pets to Florida wildlife. The students are part of the Animal Betterment independent study project,

New College Student Awarded Rare Scholarship Pair

New College of Florida student Zachary Natale received a rare pairing of awards sponsored by the U.S. Department of State that will allow him to study in the Middle East this spring. Natale, from Melbourne, Fla., received a Benjamin A.

New College Student Awarded Rare Scholarship Pair

New College of Florida student Zachary Natale received a rare pairing of awards sponsored by the U.S. Department of State that will allow him to study in the Middle East this spring. Natale, from Melbourne, Fla., received a Benjamin A.

New College Ranks No. 11 Among Kiplinger’s Top 100 Best Value Public Colleges

New College of Florida has again been recognized as a top value by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine, ranked 11th on its list of the country’s 100 best values in public colleges for 2014. This is the 11th straight year New

New College Ranks No. 11 Among Kiplinger’s Top 100 Best Value Public Colleges

New College of Florida has again been recognized as a top value by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine, ranked 11th on its list of the country’s 100 best values in public colleges for 2014. This is the 11th straight year New

New College graduate launches crowd-sourced, crowd-funded global literacy project

Michael Jones has an idea for a literacy revolution. He calls it The Anywhere Library. Jones, a 2004 graduate of New College of Florida, was working with an educational nonprofit in Cambodia in late 2010 when he entered a library

New College graduate launches crowd-sourced, crowd-funded global literacy project

Michael Jones has an idea for a literacy revolution. He calls it The Anywhere Library. Jones, a 2004 graduate of New College of Florida, was working with an educational nonprofit in Cambodia in late 2010 when he entered a library

Vail Honored By Universidad Mesoamericana

Dr. Gabrielle Vail, visiting assistant professor of international and area studies, recently presented a keynote address at the 14th anniversary of Universidad Mesoamericana in Guatemala City. The address was in conjunction with the publication of her commentary, “Códice de Madrid,” which

Vail Honored By Universidad Mesoamericana

Dr. Gabrielle Vail, visiting assistant professor of international and area studies, recently presented a keynote address at the 14th anniversary of Universidad Mesoamericana in Guatemala City. The address was in conjunction with the publication of her commentary, “Códice de Madrid,” which