Friday, November 16, 2018

New dean discusses nursing doctorate

Dr. Loretta Reinhart has assumed duties as the new dean at Florida Southern of the School of Nursing and Health Sciences, a program that...

New marine science major makes big splash with students

Due to popular demand among students, a marine biology major is being offered in the science department to students at Florida Southern. Students interested 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,...

Scholars Dinner Honors Donors

The annual Florida Southern Scholarship Dinner was held on Thursday, Feb. 19 and President Ann Kerr shared some exciting news. Bernie Little Jr., central Florida...

Mysterious, not-so-magical production hits FSC stage

Shay Johnson The theatre department’s first play opened on Thursday, Sept. 29. “The Musical Comedy Murders of the 1940’s,” written by John Bishop, has quite...

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...

Larger campus poses time issues for classes

Tommy Hull, Staff Writer Florida Southern College is considering to add another five minutes to the time block between classes. Due to the growing size of...

Cat Club denied official club status

The Florida Southern College campus Cat Club did not receive approval to become an officially recognized organization by the Student Government Association in a...

Trash fire ignites during dead week

Leah Schwarting Co-Editor Students poured out of Wesley Hall on Dec. 4 when, around 1 a.m., the fire alarm went off. In a mixture of pajamas...

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Three Florida midterm races still undecided

Reems Landreth The races for U.S. Senate, Florida governor, and Florida Commissioner of Agriculture all fell within the 0.5 percent margin of difference, which...

Five generations increases diversity in the workforce

Victoria Salvatore As the retirement age is rising and a new generation of young people are beginning to look for jobs, the makeup of the...

Florida waiting for federal approval to end daylight savings

Abby McHenry The Sunshine Protection Act was proposed to Florida in March to stay on Daylight Savings Time year-round and has not yet received congressional...