Friday, November 16, 2018

Music producer set to teach at FSC

By Derrick Jean-Baptiste Imagine the warm intimate setting of a typical concert. Hands moving up and down like the rising tide as the performers on...

Cramming: Beneficial or destructive? Professors, students and research reveals truth

Raven Leverett Features Editor Everyone has had to cram for a test before, but is cramming the best way to study? According to the American Psychological Association,...

Step into a Halloween time capsule

Mariah Nichols, Staff Writer It’s Halloween night and a silvery-full moon glows against a black sky. Your jack-o’-lantern is lit up wearing a toothy grin on...

Seniors express creativity in Art Gallery Show

The senior art majors prepared their paintings for an entire year to be shown to the public. The day before the show, the artists measured...

CPAC shines light on common goals

Jacklyn Washington A little less than a month ago, thousands of conservatives flooded the streets of Washingotn D.C., all attending the American Conservative Union’s largest...

Cirque Dreams Holidaze brings holiday spirit to Lakeland

Kelly Lamano Co-Editor Cirque Dreams Holidaze is switching up the holiday season. Classical carols and gingerbread men are getting an entertaining, artistic update. This theatrical spectacular...

Finding textbooks on Facebook: Students buy textbooks from friends

Raven Leverett Features Editor With a new semester just beginning and winter break coming to an end, students are scrambling for money to buy textbooks for...

The Mellow Makes Its Lakeland Debut

Ian Hildebrand, Staff Writer The Mellow makes its Lakeland debut The latest entry into the competition for the most rad place in Lakeland is opening...

Whisper App spills secrets

If you are scared to share your thoughts with the rest of the world, the iTunes store provides the perfect app called “Whisper.” The app...

The Weekender: Hollywood Studios

By Katie Padgett When people think of Disney World, they automatically picture Cinderella’s castle, Main Street U.S.A. and Space Mountain. While all of these are...

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End of Season: Soccer

MEN’S SOCCER A nine game winning streak at the start of the season was the best season start in Florida Southern history since 1997. Throughout their...

Volleyball wraps up regular season

Mikaela Queen Ranked fourth in the NCAA South Region rankings, Florida Southern volleyball advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the ninth-straight season.  The Mocs played 31...

Theatre highlights veterans’ reintegration

Sophia Gonzalez From Nov. 2 to Nov. 4, the Florida Southern College Department of Theater showcased two one-act plays: “Laundry & Bourbon” and “Lone Star,”...