Friday, February 26, 2021

‘Bridgerton’ takes over start of the new year

Nathalie Moreno Based off of Julia Quinn’s novel series of the same name, “Bridgerton” centers around a family holding the surname. The first season follows...

Disney announces return of “Park-Hopping” in 2021

Faith Miller Starting Jan. 1, 2021, guests will once again be able to enjoy the “Park Hopper” option at Disney World theme parks, based off...

Virtual survivor game born from quarantine

Deanna Wright Back in March when students were sent home due to COVID-19, the now-juniors Jack Wilkens and Kristi Bono started discussing what it would...

Concerts adapt to pandemic guidelines

Faith Miller Even though the pandemic has caused several events to have been canceled or postponed into 2021, many venues and artists have found a...

Unexpected solo album comes from drummer of 5SOS

Sophie Talbert Ashton Irwin became the first member of Australian pop rock band 5 Seconds of Summer to release a solo project with the unexpected...

FSC’s ‘A Christmas Carol’ is a new take on an old classic

Sarah Dube FSC is taking on Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” as their third and final show for the fall semester.  As the first musical of...

Local Theaters Introduce New Safety Policies Due to Pandemic

Faith Miller The Polk Theatre, along with the CMX Cinema, previously known as the Cobb Theater, have both released new policies regarding COVID-19 and safety...

National Independent Venue Association establishes #SaveOurStages

Kenzie Carlson The National Independent Venue Association (NIVA) has created a hashtag Save Our Stages as a part of a virtual festival to raise money...

Polk Museum of Art presents first virtual exhibit

 Claudia Kahl The Polk Museum of Art at Florida Southern College is hosting its first online exhibition of art, “Hindsight 2020: Art of This Moment,”...

Pandemic-inspired flick stirs up controversy

Emily Starling The movie “Songbird” introduces a more intense version of COVID-19, “COVID-23”, and is produced by “A Quiet Place”’s Michael Bay. On Oct. 29, the...

Recent Articles

FSC Athletics resumes without fans in attendance

Andrew Pawling Last March, in the middle of the busiest time of the year for FSC Athletics, everything came to a grinding halt. Through months...

Future of in-person events depend on student compliance

Sophia Gonzalez The future of on-campus events relies on students and organizations following COVID-19 procedural guidelines set by the Center of Student Involvement (CSI).  “The College...

Southern Spotlight: Onose Ijewere

The 2020-2021 school year has been a learning experience for all of us. Amid the chaos, senior Onose Ijewere has used her inspiration from...

Freshman opens coffee shop out of campus dorm room

Coffee orders are available to FSC students, faculty and staff Emma Matzen Liam Gainer, a freshman film and psychology student residing in the Spivey Residence Hall,...

Schner leads men’s basketball during fifth year

Danny Buchell Jacob Schner is a men’s basketball player and graduate student currently finishing out his collegiate athletic career as a team captain for the...