Monday, July 22, 2019

FSC alumnus Wiggs sworn in as mayor: New mayor may give students voice

As 2014 dawned, Howard Wiggs, Florida Southern College alumnus and current member of the board of trustees, was sworn in as the new mayor...

Lakeland Commissioners consider closing bar doors to under 21’s

City attorney Tim McCausland read several new ordinances at the Jan. 9 City Council meeting; no new ordinance gained so much attention as title...

Fearfully and Wonderfully Made: Jenny Hodes

    An infectious grin. Headbands. A sharp wit. Pink. Some things about a person stay with you long after they are gone. After a long...

Garden brings new ‘Heritage’ to FSC

Two years of development and cultivation planted the beginnings for the Florida Southern Heritage Rose Garden. The Rose Garden was officially opened to the...

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...

Obamacare and the criminal justice system: Putting mental and physical health ‘on par?’

When we think of the Affordable Health Care Act, also known as Obamacare, many of us may think of our future, or current, health...

Sharp Family Tourism and Education Center Grand Opening

  The Sharp Family Tourism and Education Center's doors opened on Nov. 1 to a crowd of locals and students. Other people in attendance included...

Just Ask promotes anti-discrimination

Just Ask is a new program at FSC, providing resources for students and faculty in cases of sexual discrimination or harassment. The program was influenced...

ROTC and women’s lacrosse land navigation

Florida Southern College's women's lacrosse team and ROTC battalion teamed up for the second time for a team-building exercise. While the first exercise was an...

Government shutdown in effect: How does this impact students at FSC?

Last week, the federal government shut down when Congress could not agree on a continuing resolution to fund the government, but the shutdown could...

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Southern changes meal plans and food offerings for upcoming year

Reems Landreth FSC REWORKS DINING PLANS & OPTIONS AHEAD OF FALL SEMESTER The Division of Student Life sent an email to the student body outlining a...

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...