Tuesday, January 28, 2020
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‘King Arthur’ the underappreciated flop

Derrick Jean-Baptiste King Arthur: Legend of the Sword is one of the most underrated movies of 2017. It is by no means the best movie...

‘Aquaman’ brings new wave of comic movie

W James When it came to comics, I have always been the person people would go to with questions about their favorite superhero TV show...

‘Time is Up’ for identity politics in Hollywood: slacktivism does nothing

Adrianna Cole Every time award season starts, I get this glimmer of hope that it will be different. Clearly, I’m suffering from insanity because Hollywood...

‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ breaks free in the box office

Hannah Kiester Like any decent movie about an iconic band, ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ began and ended with a concert—namely, its famous Live Aid Concert in 1985....

Queen Moc – How to handle a crappy week

Have you ever had a week where absolutely nothing went your way? Technical difficulties, academic struggle, work issues, social disaster, a shattered relationship, or...

Queen Moc – New, healthy options at FSC

This past Thursday, SGA announced Tutu’s Cyber Cafe will finally be serving organic ice cubes. After months of work, SGA Vice President of Academics Greg...

English Honors Society Hosts Movie Nights

Hannah Kiester The Florida Southern College chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, the English Honors Society, is hosting biweekly movie nights. Sigma Tau Delta began holding the...

Disney’s live action remakes are the glass shoe(s) that fit

Jillian Kurtz The Walt Disney Company has confirmed that 16 live-action movies are in various stages of production. In 2010, Walt Disney Pictures released its first live action remake,...

Sequels

Victoria Salvatore In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, director Ridley Scott alluded to the fact that he was working on making a sequel to...

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...

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Alpha Omicron Pi chapter closed by Nationals a week before formal recruitment

"The national office of Alpha Omicron Pi has withdrawn the Kappa Gamma chapter at Florida Southern College."

MLK Day of Impact expects large turnout

Diego De Jesus  The Simmons Center for Multicultural Appreciation along with multiple student organizations are celebrating the life of...

Students help put on PALA Qualifiers at Lake Myrtle Sports Park

Jillian Kurtz Florida Southern students and athletes helped at the 2019 Pan American Lacrosse Association Women’s Lacrosse World Qualifiers that took place Nov. 14-17. Founded in...