Sunday, January 23, 2022

Canvassers gathering signatures are removed from campus

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Salvatore Ambrosino The past week, students going to class on Johnson Avenue have been approached by canvassers around Christoverson and the Buck Stop. More recently,...

Marine biology department studies stone crabs

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Tim Keller Florida Southern College’s Marine Biology Department has received a grant from the National Science Foundation for $294,372 on the behavior and population of...

SGA introduces new committee for inclusion

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Sabrina Woolf This semester Florida Southern’s Student Government Association appointed the new Student Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee. This committee was created to address social justice...

Florida History Lecture Series makes 2021 debut

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Jameson Champion  After a lapse in 2020 as part of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Florida History Lecture Series has returned this semester with a...

Sun ‘n Fun hosts new Halloween event

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Diego De Jesus Sun 'n Fun Aerospace Expo will be hosting its Haunted Campground Spooktacular to celebrate the Halloween season on Oct. 30.  This is the...

Activists inspire college students to protest

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Salvatore Ambrosino During a day of nationwide protest on Oct 2., two women’s rights activists joined mothers, business owners and some Florida Southern students to...

Yik Yak app makes return to app store

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Diego De Jesus A new social media app called Yik Yak has become popular among the FSC student body. Yik Yak is an app where...

Break shortened to meet credit requirements

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Tim Keller  Florida Southern College has announced that fall break would occur this year, beginning on Thursday, Oct. 21 and classes resuming on Tuesday, Oct....

SGA senatorial elections conclude

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Sophia Gonzalez Florida Southern’s Student Government Association concluded their 2021 senator elections, and newly elected senators prepare to go back to in-person activities. Last year, SGA...

New computer science building gives students new opportunities

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Diego De Jesus Computer Science professors and students alike now attend classes in the recently completed Carole and Marcus Weinstein Computer Sciences Center for the...