Thursday, May 23, 2019

Lakeland celebrates first La Francophonie Day

Ariel Molinaro Over 750 guests attended the Polk Museum of Art at Florida Southern College’s first annual La Francophonie Day celebration on March 23 in...

Recognizing a crime in progress: Experimental YouTube video goes viral

  In this day and age, there is always a new viral video on YouTube. However, on Feb. 9, that video turned out to be...

Q&A with Jheryl Cabey

Maggie Ross Editor in Chief Q: Welcome back to campus! What’s you favorite part about returning back to school in the fall? A: My favorite part of...

Florida Southern walks for suicide prevention

Jillian Kurtz As a part of a year-long initiative to raise awareness and donations in the fight to prevent suicide, Florida Southern Athletics participated in...

Grill Master returns to campus: Food stands reopen after permit questions resolved

The Grill Master was alive and bustling as hamburgers and hotdogs sizzled away, the two locations back to making about 400 transactions daily. It...

Hurricane Irma Impacts Academic Calendar

After over a week’s worth of cancelled classes, Florida Southern finally looked like a college campus again on Monday, as students were bustling about,...

Town hall tackles tough FSC issues

By W James On Oct. 5, Florida Southern College’s Student Government Association hosted the first Town Hall meeting of the school year in the Hollis...

Campus safety partners with LPD for bike registration program

Florida Southern College’s campus safety began a bike registration program in conjunction with the Lakeland Police Department early September to reduce the number of stolen...

Willis Lecture welcomes Dr. Theodore W. Jennings as speaker

Bethany Schram Assistant News Editor   Florida Southern College welcomed Dr. Theodore W. Jennings, Jr. to the Hollis Seminar Room March 21 for the annual Warren W....

Volleyball Keeps Historic Streak Rolling

The volleyball team added to their 13-game winning streak on Saturday defeating Rollins 3-1. The night before, the Mocs took down number-six ranked Palm Beach...

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Recycling cuts affect Lakeland

Haley Parson Recycling is an “it word” this year. Companies are selling goods made from various recycled materials. There are movements to increase recycling across...

Woodstock 50th anniversary comes to Lakeland

Zya Crawford 2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the famous Woodstock Music and Arts Festival that took place summer of 1969. To celebrate, more than...

Paper straws a non-solution for FSC sustainability

Victoria Salvatore In the three years that I’ve been attending Florida Southern, they’ve been making moves to create a more environmentally friendly campus.  Efforts by Student...