Thursday, September 19, 2019

Woodstock 50th anniversary comes to Lakeland

Zya Crawford 2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the famous Woodstock Music and Arts Festival that took place summer of 1969. To celebrate, more than...

‘The Office’ offers more than just laughs

Victoria Salvatore On the surface, “The Office” is a comedy but it became much more than that over the nine seasons that it aired. Although “The...

‘Queer Eye’ breaks new ground with diverse Season 3

Abby McHenry “Queer Eye” season three brings in a more diverse group of men and women of different races and backgrounds from the Kansas and...

‘Walter Mitty’ inspires audiences to exceed the norm

Mady Lauderman Favorite movies are a personal thing and can say a lot about person. Given how personal film is there are usually one or...

FSC Dance represents past and future

Sarah Oulman Students from Florida Southern’s Dance Program participated in the spring performance of FSC Dance: Then and Now during a three-day concert at Branscomb...

The Imperial Symphony Orchestra plays in Polk County

Florida Southern College and Southeastern University recently collaborated in an effort to bring a night of symphonic music to Polk County.  The Imperial Symphony Orchestra...

‘The Umbrella Academy’ reins in the Netflix viewers

Hannah Keister A family can be formed in many ways including seven adopted children, a mysteriously cryptic father, a robot mother and a sentient ape...

Southern Takeover for ‘19-‘20 school year to take place in the fall

Peter Edgar The next Southern Takeover will take place within the fall semester next school year, Assistant Director of Student Involvement Jackie Inskeep announced at...

Black History Month Spotlight: ‘Moonlight’

Blake Gee Released on Nov. 18, 2016, “Moonlight” is a coming-of-age drama about a poor, young, African American boy coming to terms with his sexuality...

Ted Bundy’s story continues to haunt audiences around the globe

Alex Zimmer The American entertainment industry has a long history of fixating on the life and crimes of real-life serial killers such as John...

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Freshman Class put on Constitution Day

Lexi Potter Constitution Day is hosted by the freshman class each year as part of their introductory political science class requirements. Each year, the Freshman students...

First farmers market of the year took place Sept. 11

Sophia Gonzalez Florida Southern College is bringing back the farmers market on Sept. 11, following the positive reaction it received from students last semester.  The first...

Athletics cancels all home events the week of Sept. 2 due to Dorian

Mikaela Queen Update: Sept. 2, 12 p.m. Because of changes to Hurricane Dorian's track, select athletic events will return to their original date and time. Rescheduled events: ...