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New College Mourns Loss of Sen. Bob Johnson

New College of Florida is mourning the loss of Sen. Bob Johnson, a member of the New College Board of Trustees and longtime supporter of the College. Johnson, a state legislator for 16 years, died Monday, Aug. 31, a day

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New College Mourns Loss of Sen. Bob Johnson

New College of Florida is mourning the loss of Sen. Bob Johnson, a member of the New College Board of Trustees and longtime supporter of the College. Johnson, a state legislator for 16 years, died Monday, Aug. 31, a day

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New College of Florida Welcomes Largest Incoming Class in its History

With 293 members from as far as Arizona, Montana, Oregon and Turkey, the 2015 incoming class at New College of Florida is the largest in the institution’s history. It’s also one of the most talented.

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New College of Florida Welcomes Largest Incoming Class in its History

With 293 members from as far as Arizona, Montana, Oregon and Turkey, the 2015 incoming class at New College of Florida is the largest in the institution’s history. It’s also one of the most talented.

New College of Florida Welcomes Next Class of Daughters for Life Scholars

Four more young women from the Middle East will attend New College of Florida this fall on full four-year scholarships as the new class of Daughters for Life Scholars.

New College of Florida Welcomes Next Class of Daughters for Life Scholars

Four more young women from the Middle East will attend New College of Florida this fall on full four-year scholarships as the new class of Daughters for Life Scholars.

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Princeton Review Names New College of Florida as One of Nation’s Best Colleges

The New College of Florida campus ranks No. 1 in the United States as “Easiest Campus to Get Around,” according to The Princeton Review’s just-released and popular college guide — and that’s far from the best thing it has to

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Princeton Review Names New College of Florida as One of Nation’s Best Colleges

The New College of Florida campus ranks No. 1 in the United States as “Easiest Campus to Get Around,” according to The Princeton Review’s just-released and popular college guide — and that’s far from the best thing it has to

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New College of Florida Archaeology Professor Awarded FHC/NEH Research Grant

Uzi Baram, professor of anthropology at New College of Florida, has received a $15,000 grant for a research project, “Tragedy and Survival: Bicentennial of the Southward Migration of Black Seminoles on the Florida Gulf Coast.”

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New College of Florida Archaeology Professor Awarded FHC/NEH Research Grant

Uzi Baram, professor of anthropology at New College of Florida, has received a $15,000 grant for a research project, “Tragedy and Survival: Bicentennial of the Southward Migration of Black Seminoles on the Florida Gulf Coast.”

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New College scientist receives federal research grant

Justin Saarinen, research scientist and geography instructor in the Environmental Studies program at New College of Florida, has been awarded $105,221 in grants from the U.S. Geological Survey for a project titled “Geospatial Modeling for Prioritizing Coastal Wetland Restoration.” Saarinen

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New College scientist receives federal research grant

Justin Saarinen, research scientist and geography instructor in the Environmental Studies program at New College of Florida, has been awarded $105,221 in grants from the U.S. Geological Survey for a project titled “Geospatial Modeling for Prioritizing Coastal Wetland Restoration.” Saarinen

New College of Florida is Named “Best Buy” for 2016 in Fiske Guide to Colleges

The first of the major 2016 college guidebooks is out, and New College of Florida again starts the season ranked as a “Best Buy” college – one of just 20 public colleges in the United States to receive the designation

New College of Florida is Named “Best Buy” for 2016 in Fiske Guide to Colleges

The first of the major 2016 college guidebooks is out, and New College of Florida again starts the season ranked as a “Best Buy” college – one of just 20 public colleges in the United States to receive the designation