New College plans Black History Month celebrations

Bradenton Herald, February 2, 2016 New College of Florida will celebrate Black History Month with “Black Constructions: Alternative Modes of Blackness Through Time,” a month-long series of lectures, concerts and film, a conversation about race and ethnicity, the African-American Read-in

New College plans Black History Month celebrations

Bradenton Herald, February 2, 2016 New College of Florida will celebrate Black History Month with “Black Constructions: Alternative Modes of Blackness Through Time,” a month-long series of lectures, concerts and film, a conversation about race and ethnicity, the African-American Read-in

Princeton Review Names New College of Florida a Top School for Return on Investment

Capitol Soup, February 2, 2016 New College of Florida was named one of the country’s top colleges for return on investment, by combining a superb education and high salaries for graduates with affordable tuition, by the respected and long-running Princeton

Princeton Review Names New College of Florida a Top School for Return on Investment

Capitol Soup, February 2, 2016 New College of Florida was named one of the country’s top colleges for return on investment, by combining a superb education and high salaries for graduates with affordable tuition, by the respected and long-running Princeton

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New College of Florida Ranked a Top-50 School for Return on Investment by the Princeton Review

New College of Florida was named one of the country’s top colleges for return on investment, by combining a superb education and high salaries for graduates with affordable tuition, by the respected and long-running Princeton Review. The ranking comes in

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New College of Florida Ranked a Top-50 School for Return on Investment by the Princeton Review

New College of Florida was named one of the country’s top colleges for return on investment, by combining a superb education and high salaries for graduates with affordable tuition, by the respected and long-running Princeton Review. The ranking comes in

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New College of Florida Celebrates Black History Month

New College of Florida celebrates Black History Month with “Black Constructions: Alternative Modes of Blackness Through Time,” a month-long series of lectures, concerts and film, a conversation about race and ethnicity, the African-American Read-in, and an academic symposium. This year’s

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New College of Florida Celebrates Black History Month

New College of Florida celebrates Black History Month with “Black Constructions: Alternative Modes of Blackness Through Time,” a month-long series of lectures, concerts and film, a conversation about race and ethnicity, the African-American Read-in, and an academic symposium. This year’s

Stepping’ along a path of academia

Herald Tribune, January 30, 2016 Queen Meccasia Zabriskie, a sociology professor at New College of Florida, is working on a project on the West African dance and drum community in Chicago.

Stepping’ along a path of academia

Herald Tribune, January 30, 2016 Queen Meccasia Zabriskie, a sociology professor at New College of Florida, is working on a project on the West African dance and drum community in Chicago.

New College adds master’s in data science

Herald Tribune, January 28, 2016 New College of Florida is no longer an undergraduate-only institution. The school has earned accreditation to offer graduate degrees and is set to debut its first master’s program in data science this fall. Patrick McDonald,

New College adds master’s in data science

Herald Tribune, January 28, 2016 New College of Florida is no longer an undergraduate-only institution. The school has earned accreditation to offer graduate degrees and is set to debut its first master’s program in data science this fall. Patrick McDonald,

New College’s Emily Saarinen is Saving Florida Butterflies

Sarasota Magazine, February, 2016 …Dr. Emily Saarinen joined New College in late 2014 to teach biology and environmental studies, and to continue her research into using genetics to save certain Florida butterfly species from extinction. A New College grad herself

New College’s Emily Saarinen is Saving Florida Butterflies

Sarasota Magazine, February, 2016 …Dr. Emily Saarinen joined New College in late 2014 to teach biology and environmental studies, and to continue her research into using genetics to save certain Florida butterfly species from extinction. A New College grad herself