Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Five must-read books by female Black authors

Emma Matzen In celebration of Black History Month, here is a list of hand-picked books from multiple genres written by Black authors that we recommend...

FSC’s first licensed show post-pandemic

Sarah Dube FSC’s first licensed musical post-pandemic, The Drowsy Chaperone, is being choreographed by senior Musical Theater student Jonah Hager. Hager is a Musical Theater...

‘WandaVision’ alters reality and the new era of the MCU

Sophie Talbert “WandaVision,” the first Disney+ TV show to take place within the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), parodies classic TV sitcoms while also changing the...

Filmed theatre production ‘Hamilton’ causes controversy

Morgan Bruewer On Feb. 3, the Disney+ recording of “Hamilton” caused controversy when it was nominated for two Golden Globe awards. The nominations, for best...

Largest exhibit to date opens at the PMA

Deanna Wright The Polk Museum is welcoming “Toulouse-Lautrec and the Belle Époque” exhibit from now until May.  Toulouse-Lautrec is a well-known artist and master of the...

‘Drivers License’ sets multiple records in first week

Faith Miller  On Jan. 8, Olivia Rodrigo released her now hit song “Drivers License,” not knowing the impact it would soon have on the world...

New ‘Batwoman’ breaks cultural norms

Isabella Gargiulo The CW is breaking race and sexuality boundaries with its casting of Javicia Leslie as the new Batwoman. Nowadays, everyone is bored, looking for...

‘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...

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Polk civic leaders gather at Juneteenth celebrations

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HSU and CHAARG are officially approved by SGA

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Deanna Wright Olivia Rodrigo is becoming the new Taylor Swift of the decade. Rodrigo has been an actress since she started in theater productions during her...

Golf alum joins National Women’s Golf Association

By Danny Buchell Staff Writer Amanda Gartrell is an alumnus of Florida Southern College and a former record-breaking golfer for the Mocs golf program.   Gartrell originally graduated...