“Visions” film series illuminates Black life

November 9, 2020

Inspiring cultural dialogue is the goal and cinema is the medium as the second annual…

Dajé Austrie

2020 grad is activist, scientist and educator

July 6, 2020

Longtime activist and youth mentor Dajé Austrie, who graduated in May, begins his career as…

Donovan Brown '13

Alum inspires global dialogue on tolerance

June 29, 2020

Peace Corps volunteer Donovan Brown ’13, a New College alum and activist, has spent years…

Snousha Glaude '12

Alumna and author turns human rights activism into art

June 29, 2020

Snousha Glaude ’12 wrote the book, Sometimes It Rains, about self-discovery and cultural dialogue—issues at…

Ariel Powell ’15

Alumna has passion for policy reform and justice

June 22, 2020

The more Ariel Powell learns about Florida’s educational system, the more she finds policies that…

Bree Nieves and Kailah Santos ’14

Alumnae eye New College for film shoot

June 15, 2020

For Bree Nieves and Kailah Santos, New College was an oasis of creative self-discovery—where students…

President Donal O'Shea

Towards a more inclusive New College

June 15, 2020

In a world rattled by a pandemic and protest, we have a choice: To stay…

Dr. Wes Bellamy answers questions about his new memoir memoir, “Monumental: It Was Never About A Statue,” during New College’s Black Literature Read-In event.

Charlottesville leader discusses the power of change at Black Literature Read-In

March 4, 2019

Dr. Wes Bellamy, author of a recently published memoir, came to speak at the New…

Sharon Watkins answers audience questions after "The (M)others" reading at New College.

Play addresses police violence in the black community

February 25, 2019

"The (M)others," by playwright Nikki Yeboah, is written from interviews of women whose children have…