Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Mayzie’s monograms make memories

Walking into Mayzie’s is like stumbling across a treasure chest of all things monogrammed, brightly colored and girly. Once inside this one-of-a–kind boutique, you...

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...

Sustainability impacts students

New York and Sandy, New Orleans and Katrina, Miami and Andrew, are all devastating hurricanes that have wreaked havoc on American cities. These hurricanes...

Hunger Awareness Week encourages activisim

During the week of Nov. 11 Florida Southern College’s Student Life and Cultural Center hosted its fourth recognition of National Hunger and Poverty Awareness...

Recent Articles

COVID-19 vaccine not widely available to students yet

Emily Starling As the Florida vaccine rollout continues to push forth, college-aged students may have to wait until April or later to be able to...

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...

Trump holiday offers stark contrast to harrowing four years

Nathalie Moreno Ohio Republican (GOP) lawmakers, Jon Cross and Reggie Stoltzfus,  have decided to try and  designate June 14 as an annual state holiday in...

Polk County city declares Trump holiday

Andrew Thompson and Salvatore Ambrosino Frostproof, Fla., a small rural community in southern Polk County, has officially declared the first week of February as Donald J....

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...