Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Local artists adapt during pandemic

Sam Odom To live in Lakeland is to gather throughout the city and appreciate all things local, especially...

African American museum visits FSC

By Laina Sweetney Sankofa – it is not taboo to go back and fetch what you have forgotten. The Florida Southern College Thrift Alumni room resembled more of...

Mocs claim No. 1 in D-II poll

Florida Southern College’s men’s basketball moved four spots from No. 4 to No. 1 Tuesday in the NCAA Division II most recent National Media...
Brexit decision

Brexit outcome affects FSC students, staff and programs

Emma Tallon Staff Writer In June of 2016, over 17 million citizens of England decided, in an act of patriotism, to vote for their country to...

Mocs Comedy, hilariously inappropriate

Samantha Hymson Staff Writer   On Jan. 23, the Association of Camus Entertainment (ACE) presented the Mocs Comedy Night featuring James Davis. Although there was a late location...

Fiat Lux sheds light on student research projects

Students recently displayed self-designed projects during Fiat Lux, an academic showcase, held by the Honors Program at Florida Southern College. Dr. Erica Bernheim, director...

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...

Lifted ban in Washington opens doors for FSC ROTC advising

  In January, the Pentagon announced that it was lifting the ban on women in combat roles, opening up new jobs for women in the...

Pop culture and academia mix at Fiat Lux

Hannah Kiester At the end of every semester, students from FSC’s Association of Honors Students present their capstone projects at Fiat Lux. This year’s Fiat...

Fall in love with Lakeland

Mariah Nichols, Assistant News Editor Lakeland, a 51.45-mile city full of history and community is going to be a place of exciting adventure for students. YLakeland, an...