Ximena Pedroza, 19, poses for a portrait at College Hall at the New College of Florida campus on Thursday evening. Pedroza, a student at New College, is petitioning the administration to classify the college as a sanctuary campus.
Ximena Pedroza, 19, poses for a portrait at College Hall at the New College of Florida campus on Thursday evening. Pedroza, a student at New College, is petitioning the administration to classify the college as a sanctuary campus. Zack Wittman zwittman@bradenton.com
Ximena Pedroza, 19, poses for a portrait at College Hall at the New College of Florida campus on Thursday evening. Pedroza, a student at New College, is petitioning the administration to classify the college as a sanctuary campus. Zack Wittman zwittman@bradenton.com

After Trump’s victory, New College students push for ‘sanctuary campus’

December 01, 2016 4:41 PM

More Videos

  • Robots helping homebound Manatee County students

    The Manatee County School District purchased six VGo robotic devices earlier this year for about $5,000 each. The robots are a way to connect hospitalized or homebound students straight into their classroom.