Younger Workers Get Schooled on Job Market

Herald-Tribune February 26, 2015 Four hundred students floated through Sarasota’s second-annual “State of Jobs” conference on Thursday, a sign that regional labor gains may be spreading throughout the workforce. As was the case last year, the conference organized by the

Younger Workers Get Schooled on Job Market

Herald-Tribune February 26, 2015 Four hundred students floated through Sarasota’s second-annual “State of Jobs” conference on Thursday, a sign that regional labor gains may be spreading throughout the workforce. As was the case last year, the conference organized by the

Fundraising Binge Begins for Lawmakers

Herald-Tribune February 26, 2015 Days before the Florida Legislature convenes for its annual 60-day session, state lawmakers already are busy and shifting into overdrive — raising money from special interests, that is. In what has become an annual rite, most

Fundraising Binge Begins for Lawmakers

Herald-Tribune February 26, 2015 Days before the Florida Legislature convenes for its annual 60-day session, state lawmakers already are busy and shifting into overdrive — raising money from special interests, that is. In what has become an annual rite, most

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New College Sailing Team Wins Sugar Bowl Regatta

To most sports fans, the phrase “Sugar Bowl” means three hours of college football, played in New Orleans’ temperature-controlled Superdome, by athletes of prodigious size. But while most of those fans waited for the kickoff of the national championship game,

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New College Sailing Team Wins Sugar Bowl Regatta

To most sports fans, the phrase “Sugar Bowl” means three hours of college football, played in New Orleans’ temperature-controlled Superdome, by athletes of prodigious size. But while most of those fans waited for the kickoff of the national championship game,

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Noted FSU Marine Scientist and NCF Alumnus to Address Dangers of Climate Change for Florida

In the run-up to last year’s elections, Prof. Jeff Chanton met with both Florida Gov. Rick Scott and Scott’s opponent, Charlie Crist, to tell them about the danger that climate change poses for Florida.

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Noted FSU Marine Scientist and NCF Alumnus to Address Dangers of Climate Change for Florida

In the run-up to last year’s elections, Prof. Jeff Chanton met with both Florida Gov. Rick Scott and Scott’s opponent, Charlie Crist, to tell them about the danger that climate change poses for Florida.

New College VISTA Volunteers Serve at Children First

Herald-Tribune February 24, 2015 More than a dozen students, alumni, and faculty members from New College of Florida’s VISTA program recently volunteered their time to help paint fences, clean and repair playground equipment and plant landscaping for Children’s First early

New College VISTA Volunteers Serve at Children First

Herald-Tribune February 24, 2015 More than a dozen students, alumni, and faculty members from New College of Florida’s VISTA program recently volunteered their time to help paint fences, clean and repair playground equipment and plant landscaping for Children’s First early

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New College Communications and Marketing Team Wins Two CASE Awards

The Office of Communications and Marketing at New College of Florida has won two awards from the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE).

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New College Communications and Marketing Team Wins Two CASE Awards

The Office of Communications and Marketing at New College of Florida has won two awards from the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE).

Hate Crimes Expert to Speak at New College

Herald-Tribune February 18, 2015 Documenting hate crimes involves erratic metrics because definitions and reporting standards vary from state to state. The FBI logs an average of 6,000 cases a year; National Institute of Justice surveys put the annual average at

Hate Crimes Expert to Speak at New College

Herald-Tribune February 18, 2015 Documenting hate crimes involves erratic metrics because definitions and reporting standards vary from state to state. The FBI logs an average of 6,000 cases a year; National Institute of Justice surveys put the annual average at