Posts Tagged: local

Program Provides Access to Summer of Science

Sarasota Herald-Tribune June 17, 2014 Nestled on Sarasota Bay, a group of campers stood on the rose-colored dock of New College not just enjoying the view but measuring the water’s pH and salinity levels. Cynthia Suarez, a rising eighth-grader at

Program Provides Access to Summer of Science

Sarasota Herald-Tribune June 17, 2014 Nestled on Sarasota Bay, a group of campers stood on the rose-colored dock of New College not just enjoying the view but measuring the water’s pH and salinity levels. Cynthia Suarez, a rising eighth-grader at

New College of Florida Sailing Team Heads to National Sports Championship

Bradenton Herald May 7, 2014 New College of Florida is preparing to compete in its first national sports championship of any kind. The New College Coed Sailing Team placed sixth of 10 teams in the South Atlantic Intercollegiate Sailing Association

New College of Florida Sailing Team Heads to National Sports Championship

Bradenton Herald May 7, 2014 New College of Florida is preparing to compete in its first national sports championship of any kind. The New College Coed Sailing Team placed sixth of 10 teams in the South Atlantic Intercollegiate Sailing Association

Manatee Residents May Benefit from State Budget Goodies

Bradenton Herald May 1, 2014 Local residents may benefit from goodies tucked into the state budget, expected to top out at about $75 billion. Florida lawmakers are putting the final touches on the budget as they approach the end of

Manatee Residents May Benefit from State Budget Goodies

Bradenton Herald May 1, 2014 Local residents may benefit from goodies tucked into the state budget, expected to top out at about $75 billion. Florida lawmakers are putting the final touches on the budget as they approach the end of

Bayshore High Alumni: Did Ground Contamination Give Us Cancer?

WWSB ABC 7 April 28, 2014 Bayshore High School alumni have been concerned for years about their possible exposure to cancer-causing chemicals while they were students. [...] The Bayshore alums have a Facebook page dedicated to their concerns, and even though

Bayshore High Alumni: Did Ground Contamination Give Us Cancer?

WWSB ABC 7 April 28, 2014 Bayshore High School alumni have been concerned for years about their possible exposure to cancer-causing chemicals while they were students. [...] The Bayshore alums have a Facebook page dedicated to their concerns, and even though

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