Thursday, August 6, 2020

FSC monitors coronavirus spread

Vanessa Alvarez COIVD-19, otherwise known as coronavirus, continues to sweep through nations and impact various facets of life including...

Plant-based fast food on the rise in Lakeland

Sarah Oulman Vegan and vegetarian options are increasingly becoming more popular among customers in the U.S., leading many fast-food...

Education building, apartments and more construction underway

Grace Newton The Carol Jenkins Barnett Center for Early Childhood Learning and Health was officially dedicated on Feb. 21....
Photo courtesy of Emma Lytle/ Student Development

First full-time female NFL official speaks at convocation

Jillian Kurtz The first convocation of the spring semester featured several campus-wide announcements and guest speaker Sarah Thomas, the...

Amusement parks make safety strides for guests

Grace Newton Last month, a man trying to enter Animal Kingdom was stopped by the park’s security, who found...

United Methodist Church faces potential split

Vanessa Alvarez The United Methodist Church will be convening in May 5-15 to vote on a proposal that will...

Mason’s Live officially closes

Rebecca Messina Through an announcement on Facebook Jan. 9, the management of bar and nightclub Masons Live announced that...

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"The national office of Alpha Omicron Pi has withdrawn the Kappa Gamma chapter at Florida Southern College."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

Florida Southern students to launch radio station

Grayson Skweres The communication department at Florida Southern College is launching a radio station called The Hiss.  The station has been given the go-ahead to...