Friday, November 16, 2018

American Authors will headline Southern Takeover 2018

Reems Landreth and Adrianna Cole American Authors will headline Florida Southern’s Annual Southern Takeover on March 16, 2018, announced Wyatt Robinson, ACE Tuned In Director, at...

Roux hosts many student events

Hannah Kiester Roux Library is hosting student events on the part of both Roux Reads Book Club and the librarians themselves. One of the programs the...

FSC Nature Enthusiasts give back

Erin Daugherty The Florida Southern College Nature Enthusiasts Club took part in Circle B Bar Reserve’s service project Saturday. Florida Southern students worked alongside Circle B...

Forensics club seeks to restore dialogue skills

Peter Edgar Florida Southern College’s Speech and Debate society was resurrected in recent semesters by students in the political science department who hope to once...

MocSpot aims to solve Wifi problems

Kristen Harris The FSC ITS Department welcomed students back to campus with a brand new WiFi setup. The so-called “MocSpot” will replace the multiple hotspots from...
Photo by Reems Landreth/FSC Student Development

MLK Day unites community

W James and Sam Zimmermann Martin Luther King Jr. was a man of service. His entire body of work was, at its core, about helping...
Photo by Reems Landreth/FSC Student Development

Civil rights activist Dr. Mary F. Berry visits with strong words

Peter Edgar Dr. Mary Frances Berry, acclaimed civil and human rights activist and professor at UPenn, spoke to the FSC community on Martin Luther King...

Student Government changes SafeRide

Reems Landreth Student Government announced in a tweet this past Friday that students will now be charged for SafeRide after their second use of the...

Astronomy Club hosts NASA scientist

Hayden Gotsch Dr. Gioia Massa, an astrobotanist from NASA, came to Florida Southern College on Monday to talk about her work sustaining plant life in...

Student Brings Diabetic Awareness To Campus

Sydney Johnson a sophomore here at Florida Southern College. In addition to being a student here Johnson is also a Type 1 Diabetic. Johnson's...

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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...