Category Archives: In The News

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

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

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

Hate Group Expert to Speak at New College of Florida

WGCU February 19, 2015 An expert on hate groups is speaking at New College of Florida on Thursday. Heidi Beirich is the director of the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Intelligence Project. The project’s purpose is to track hate and anti-government

Hate Group Expert to Speak at New College of Florida

WGCU February 19, 2015 An expert on hate groups is speaking at New College of Florida on Thursday. Heidi Beirich is the director of the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Intelligence Project. The project’s purpose is to track hate and anti-government

New College Hosts 4th Annual Fun & Fitness Expo

SNN February 11, 2015 The fourth annual Fun and Fitness Expo took over campus at New College of Florida this afternoon. Organizers say it began as a way to get students involved in the community, but has grown into a

New College Hosts 4th Annual Fun & Fitness Expo

SNN February 11, 2015 The fourth annual Fun and Fitness Expo took over campus at New College of Florida this afternoon. Organizers say it began as a way to get students involved in the community, but has grown into a

Prostate Cancer Survival Divides White & Black Men

The Take Away February 9, 2015 Black men are more than twice as likely as their white counterparts to die from prostate cancer. It’s the kind of survival gap we’ve seen before. The Takeaway chronicled the black-white survival divide for

Prostate Cancer Survival Divides White & Black Men

The Take Away February 9, 2015 Black men are more than twice as likely as their white counterparts to die from prostate cancer. It’s the kind of survival gap we’ve seen before. The Takeaway chronicled the black-white survival divide for