Read some of our New College stories and be amazed, intrigued, inspired and motivated to create some of your own.
Kara Andrade's commitment to journalism as a channel for telling the stories of the unseen stems from her own story.
From a kayak, Lynne Buchanan documents Florida’s troubled waters
Eben Kirksey has forged his academic career from eclecticism.
Carol Flint credits her education at New College for igniting her passion in writing.
Austin McCann says the communal aspect of learning experienced at New College is still serving him today.
Thinking outside the box exemplifies what it means to be a Novo Collegian.
Jackson George '95 works on "Star Wars" and advertising for Disney.
Mark Q. Martindale '77 found a path -- and an initial -- at New College
From interviews with the president to dialogues on immigration, José Díaz-Balart ‘78 is on the story.
Duncan Odom ‘88 has become one of the world’s leading scientists in human genetics.
New College of Florida’s 2016 Quiz Bowl Team is establishing themselves as one of the best teams in the American Southeast.
A project under the guidance of classics professor David Rohrbacher is just one of many at New College where the humanities are finding partners in technology.
The New College Quiz Bowl Team takes its trivia seriously, and it pays off.
New College’s Daughters for Life Scholars fulfill a father's vision for world peace.
New College works with a nonprofit that helps disadvantaged teens prepare for college.
Jenny Gonzalez founded the LatinX Club, serving the largest minority group on campus.
New College welcomes largest incoming class in its history in 2015 with 293 members.
Middle-schoolers spent a week at the Rhoda and Jack Pritzker Marine Biology Research Center as part of the PUSH/SUCCESS program.
New College graduates have devoted themselves to public service.
A New College tutorial focused on the difficulties faced by undocumented migrants.
New College professors get a first-hand look at everyday life in Cuba.
New College students shine in statewide program leadership program.
The Center for Engagement and Opportunity unites New College’s career programs.
New College students have been tutoring for several years, and teachers say their help has been invaluable.
U.S. News & World Report ranks New College of Florida the No. 4 public liberal arts college in the nation.
It’s a beautiful mid-May day on Tampa Bay, off St. Petersburg, perfect.
An English literature students finds success after stretching her boundaries.
Caitlyn Ralph interests are as varied at the curriculum at New College.
New College, says fourth-year student Edline Francois, has taught her how to handle anything the world throws at her.
Neal Lacey is headed to a prestigious two-year research program at the National Institutes of Health near Washington, D.C.
New College's Nick Abboud has won a full scholarship for a master's degree at Oxford in physics and math.
Constance Sartor wins a national Hollings Scholarship to advance her love of marine science.
New College plays an important role in preserving the rich history of Sarasota County and the Gulf Coast.
Independent Study Project takes one New College student to the end of the world.
Seven New College of Florida students spent their summers in two major biomedical research institutes.
Two New College of Florida Students to study abroad on State Department scholarships.
A student's devotion to environmental and community work lands her a national Udall Scholarship.
An inaugural winner of Florida’s Frost Scholarships will study at University of Oxford in England.