Clubs designed by students ... for students. That's cool.
The free flow of spontaneous energy at New College is evident in the eclectic nature of our clubs and organizations. Sing in the New College Chorus, dance with the Hip-Hop Dancing Club, watch films with FARF (Foreign Artsy and Rare Film) or try improv with The Football Club (not to be confused with the Flag Football team, of course). We even have a club dedicated to yelling. In fact, New College clubs change every year because they are designed by students to match their interests. How cool is that?
(Also see the Events Calendar for performances and lectures on campus. Many are free for New College students.)
The Classical Musicians Society's offers students trained in classical music performance or who have experience in performing symphonic/orchestral music (marching band, orchestra, etc.) an opportunity to practice and perform musical arrangements in an environment that fosters mutual growth.
Crafty Club holds weekly workshops utilizing a variety of materials, such as beading, felt softies, origami, lanyards and sewing.
Dance Tutorial is a student-run dance program that allows students to creatively express their own choreography twice a semester in the Mildred Sainer Pavilion.
Empty Set Circus offers training and practice of object manipulation and circus Arts. After all, our campus is on the former estate of “circus-king” Charles Ringling.
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Next Step pairs New College students with teenagers in the foster care system for on-campus tutoring and mentoring.
Queery has been destroying the hetero-normative patriarchal family unit with subversion and laughter since 2009.
Sarasota Food Not Bombs helps fight poverty in the community by preparing and distributing meals to those in need, organizing creative actions to end war and poverty and educating people about hunger, health, peace and justice.
Sarasota IndyMedia is a nonprofit collective of independent individuals committed to creating community-based media in Sarasota to communicate important community happenings that are often ignored or misrepresented by other media outlets.
Students also participate in Students for a Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP), Students Working for Equal Rights (SWER) and VOX: Voices for Planned Parenthood.
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