Q & A

Yoleidy Rosario-Hernandez on Warriors of Sarasota and Cultivating 'Spaces of Healing and Dialogue'

The documentary highlights the stories of women of color in Sarasota. It debuts at an event this Friday, Dec. 2.

11/30/2022 By Sylvia Whitman

listening to diverse voices

New College Alumna Sofia Ali-Khan on Racism and Reconciliation

Ali-Khan will speak about her memoir, A Good Country, which grapples with the U.S. legacy of exploitation and racism across her experiences living in different U.S. cities and Canada.

11/03/2022 By Kim Doleatto

The Climate Crisis

What Is Coastal Resilience and Why Is It Crucial for Sarasota?

Hurricane Ian decimated parts of the Gulf Coast. Now, local leaders are sharing insights into how we can rebuild in a sustainable way.

10/24/2022 By Laura Paquette

Timely Talks

New College Announces This Year's 'New Topics' Lineup

This season will explore timely issues such as coastal resilience and the entertainment marketing revolution.

10/12/2022 By Laura Paquette

Hurricane Ian

Sarasota-Manatee Schools and Local Colleges Close Ahead of Hurricane Ian

The closures will allow for time to prepare schools that serve as emergency evacuation centers.

09/26/2022 By Staff

responsible building

Sustainable Design Benefits the Planet and Your Pocketbook

Hear from local and national green building experts at this two-day environmental design conference.

09/21/2022 By Kim Doleatto

Native Voices

The Sarasota Native American Film Festival Begins Tonight

A week of celebrating Native American culture through films, art, music and food kicks off tonight night at Sainer Pavilion.

09/09/2022 By Yasi Bahmanabadi

What a Trip

This Sarasota Home Has Fascinating Ties to the Study of Psychedelics

Arcturus was built by Rick Doblin, a New College graduate and lobbyist for the use of psychedelics in trauma therapy. It was just featured in Dwell magazine.

07/26/2022 By Megan McDonald

Plant Life

Sarasota Band Physical Plant Makes Psychedelic Rock Feel Brand New

The rock group will release its new album, "Hot Future," next month.

07/08/2022 By Allison Forsyth

Grant Report

State Provides $5.5 Million for Aviation School at SRQ

Plus, New College receives a grant from the Department of Defense and Goodwill Manasota receives a grant for its GoodPartner Coach program.

06/13/2022 By Staff

Right on Time

Asolo Rep Breaks Out Two Timely Shows to Close Its Season

Both have local connections.

05/19/2022 By Kay Kipling

Scholarships

New College of Florida Student Earns Fulbright Award

Rosemary Mejia will study epidemiology in Peru.

04/20/2022 By Staff

Talks

Sarasota World Affairs Council to Host Arsham Parsi at April 5 Event

Parsi lives in exile in Toronto, where he founded the International Railroad for Queer Refugees (IRQR).

04/01/2022 By Staff

Article

New College Receives Federal Grant to Research Dolphins, Humans and Seals

Researchers will work on projects exploring how dolphins, humans and seals learn to recognize and process auditory objects in cluttered acoustic scenes.

03/22/2022 By Staff

Mental Health

How Can Culture Change to Accommodate Mental Health In the Pandemic?

Dr. Yidong Gong shared ways culture and mental health intersect, and some ways our culture can positively change to break stigma.

03/21/2022 By Allison Forsyth

Science

New College Offers ‘Arts in Chemistry’ Resources to Middle, High School Students

The project emphasizes how the specific discipline of chemistry can help us understand environmental issues,.

03/17/2022 By Staff

Crisis in Ukraine

New College to Hold Community Conversation on War in Ukraine Tonight

The community is invited to attend an event at the college's Sudakoff Center tonight from 7-8:30 p.m.

02/28/2022 By Staff

Conservation

Disney Fund Helps New College Support Shark Habitats

New College professor Dr. Jayne Gardiner has received a $49,800 grant for her research on great hammerhead sharks in lower Tampa Bay.

02/03/2022 By Staff

Education

New College Will Host Inauguration Week for New President

The college will host a week of festivities in Dr. Patricia Okker's honor.

02/02/2022 By Staff

Lectures

New College Foundation Lecture Series Continues With Author Tony Hiss

Hiss's talk is based on his book "Rescuing the Planet: Protecting Half the Land to Heal the Earth."

01/25/2022 By Staff