New College of Florida Nimb.e: February 2015

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New College faculty talents not lost in translation
Most people only notice a book’s translator when there’s a mistake. Do the work perfectly, and no one notices you at all.


But recent works by two New College professors illustrate the artistry and skill needed to do such work.

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Your Impact: Help from alumni provides experiences of a lifetime

Alumni gifts and connections have helped one New College student do groundwork for her thesis project, a comparative analysis of the implementation of women’s rights in Tunisia and Morocco.

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Just for Families: Encourage your students to get involved

It’s important that all students feel connected to their campus community. Vanessa Van Dyke, campus life coordinator for student involvement, says the most effective way to find a connection is to get involved with a club or organization.


We encourage all students to get involved and seek out new experiences. New experiences can lead to new passions, new career goals, and a diverse group of friends.


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Also in this issue:
  • The fourth annual Fun and Fitness Expo Feb. 11 brought about 1,000 people to New College to enjoy beautiful weather and a wide range of vendors, demonstrations and groups.
  • Meet the Daughters for Life Scholars of New College of Florida at a luncheon, Feb. 27 at Michael’s on East.
  • The 2015 Pique Nique Sur la Baie at the stunning New College Bayfront is set for March 27.
    Read this and more in this month’s issue of Nimb.e. Learn More »


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