Posts Tagged: local

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

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

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

Our Bodies Ourselves Activist to Speak

Sarasota Herald Tribune February 24, 2014 It’s been more than four decades since the Boston Women’s Health Book Collective published the first edition of what would become one of the seminal books about women’s health, “Our Bodies, Ourselves.” Especially for college-age

Our Bodies Ourselves Activist to Speak

Sarasota Herald Tribune February 24, 2014 It’s been more than four decades since the Boston Women’s Health Book Collective published the first edition of what would become one of the seminal books about women’s health, “Our Bodies, Ourselves.” Especially for college-age

Gide Project Studies the Work of French Nobel Prize Laureate

Sarasota Herald-Tribune February 21, 2014 A French novelist who won the Nobel Prize for literature in 1947 but is little known outside academic literary circles is the subject of a reading, film and music festival next month at New College

Gide Project Studies the Work of French Nobel Prize Laureate

Sarasota Herald-Tribune February 21, 2014 A French novelist who won the Nobel Prize for literature in 1947 but is little known outside academic literary circles is the subject of a reading, film and music festival next month at New College

Gov. Scott Reappoints Saputo to New College Board

Bradenton Herald February 6, 2014 Gov. Rick Scott announced John Saputo has been reappointed Thursday to the New College of Florida Board of Trustees for a term ending Jan. 6, 2017. Saputo, 63, Sarasota, president and owner of Gold Coast Eagle

Gov. Scott Reappoints Saputo to New College Board

Bradenton Herald February 6, 2014 Gov. Rick Scott announced John Saputo has been reappointed Thursday to the New College of Florida Board of Trustees for a term ending Jan. 6, 2017. Saputo, 63, Sarasota, president and owner of Gold Coast Eagle