Monday, March 18, 2019

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...

Sharp Center nears completion

Alex Sessums Staff Writer   The genius of America’s greatest architect is being revived yet again in tangible form on the campus of Florida Southern College. Yet another...

Obama proposes new rating system

Hayley Metzler Staff Writer   President Obama recently proposed a new system for rating colleges and universities. This system is a school rating system, not to be...

Jeff Corwin brings the wild to FSC

  Jeff Corwin, TV personality and conservationist, addressed the student body about protecting the environment during the September Convocation. “The reason why I came to this...

Imperial Symphony Orchestra offices relocate to campus

This fall, Florida Southern College will welcome the offices of the Imperial Symphony Orchestra, a non-profit  community orchestra. According to its website, the ISO is...

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Southern Takeover for ‘19-‘20 school year to take place in the fall

Peter Edgar The next Southern Takeover will take place within the fall semester next school year, Assistant Director of Student Involvement Jackie Inskeep announced at...

Steak ‘n Shake, graduation tickets discussed at spring Town Hall

Jillian Kurtz At Student Government Association’s semesterly Town Hall meeting held on March 13, Florida Southern administrators addressed the official Steak ‘n Shake contract as...

Florida Southern to partner with Lakeland Regional Health

Peter Edgar, Abby McHenry, and Erin Daugherty In an effort to provide better health services to students, the Student Health Center (SHC) is modifying its...