Friday, September 20, 2019

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,”...

Catapult propels Lakeland businesses

Samantha Zimmerman Catapult, which is known to many in the Lakeland community as simply a co-working space, strives to help local entrepreneurs kick-start their businesses...

Emily Wainio-Oato: Passion for Spanish

Abby McHenry Florida Southern senior Emily Wainio-Oato’s passion for the Spanish language and culture blend perfectly with her Elementary Education and Spanish majors.   In high...

Students look beyond the pink

Ariel Molinaro The Delta Beta chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha (ZTA), a part of the Greek Life community here at Florida Southern College, hosted their...

Student Spotlight: Caitlin Bolger

Abby McHenry Over fall break, Caitlin Bolger was one of many Florida Southern juniors and seniors who went on their Junior Journey trip.  Bolger traveled to...

Black & Brew 2: coming soon near you

Abby McHenry A second Black and Brew Coffee House and Bistro will be opening in the Lakeland Public Library on Lake Morton this fall. The...

Former WH Press Secretary gives Earnest warning about fake news

Peter Edgar Josh Earnest, the former White House Press Secretary under President Obama, spoke to three audiences at Florida Southern. One was a group of...

FSC student creates new clothing line

Ashley Augusty A young Florida Southern student has started a clothing line in order to give back to his community. David Balandi, a 19-year-old business administration...

27 spins tapestry in Lakeland

Ashley Augusty The creative team at Twenty Seven Community is making a name for themselves here in Lakeland. The company specializes in reasonably priced handcrafted...

College keeps students busy during spring break

Jacklyn Washington Florida Southern College is determined to make sure its students have a memorable spring break each and every year by providing them with...

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Freshman Class put on Constitution Day

Lexi Potter Constitution Day is hosted by the freshman class each year as part of their introductory political science class requirements. Each year, the Freshman students...

First farmers market of the year took place Sept. 11

Sophia Gonzalez Florida Southern College is bringing back the farmers market on Sept. 11, following the positive reaction it received from students last semester.  The first...

Athletics cancels all home events the week of Sept. 2 due to Dorian

Mikaela Queen Update: Sept. 2, 12 p.m. Because of changes to Hurricane Dorian's track, select athletic events will return to their original date and time. Rescheduled events: ...