Sunday, January 23, 2022

Climate strikes continue with celebrity support

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Sam Odom Approximately 100,000 participants in Berlin, Melbourne and London, and 60,000 in the streets of Lower Manhattan, gathered for a global climate strike, on...

Opinion: Restoration of Felons Voting Rights

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Alex Zimmer American citizens all over the country celebrated National Voters Registration Day on Sept. 24, yet former Florida felons are still seeking the right...

Trump refuses to provide temporary protected status to Bahamas

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Vanessa Alvarez Hurricane Dorian slammed the Bahamas on Sept. 7 as a monsterous Category 5 storm, leaving 1,300 people unaccounted for as of Sept. 12...

UMC decision sparks ongoing controversy

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Elisa White Following a February conference that resulted in a maintained ban on full inclusion of LGBTQ+ members, whether or not the United Methodist Church...

City of Lakeland hires new Assistant City Manager

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 Jillian Kurtz  Emily Colón was announced as the new Assistant City Manager for the City of Lakeland on Feb. 25.  Colón and Ocea Lattimore were selected...

United Methodist Church upholds ban on ordination and marriage of LGBTQ members

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Elisa White The United Methodist Church (UMC) decided to uphold a ban on same-sex marriage and LGBTQ clergy in a Tuesday vote. Delegates gathered from Feb....

NASA says goodbye to Opportunity, Mars rover

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 Hannah Kiester After 15 years of Mars exploration, the rover, Opportunity’s mission has officially been called to an end. NASA lost contact with the rover in...

Young vote could be key to ‘20 presidential election

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Hannah Kiester Almost as soon as  2019 began, hopeful candidates started campaigning for the 2020 presidential election. Since President Trump’s election in 2016, there have been...

Nation-wide bomb threat ‘hoax’ impacts Florida Southern

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Jillian Kurtz    Emails containing bomb threats to several staff members at Florida Southern resulted in the evacuation of three college buildings around 1:30 p.m....

Brits march to stay in European Union

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Hannah Kiester In June of 2016, the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union, resulting in what was coined “Brexit,” but now the move...

Recent Articles

Student travel affected by airline regulations

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Dylan Olive On Oct. 4, Southwest Airlines announced a vaccine mandate among its employees: to keep employment, you will have to receive a COVID-19 vaccination...

Incumbent Mutz wins 2021 Lakeland mayoral election

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Andrew Thompson Residents of Lakeland cast their ballots during the local elections on Nov. 2 to elect the mayor and two city commissioners “Local elections are...

FSC updates its mask mandate policy

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Harry Solomon Florida Southern College announced on Nov. 8 that masks are no longer required inside on-campus residences or dining halls.  This policy has been updated...

Studio Box continues to perform live shows

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Dylan Olive This Fall, Studio Box has continued performing live shows, following restrictions at the beginning of spring due to COVID-19. Last spring was Studio Box’s...

Canvassers gathering signatures are removed from campus

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Salvatore Ambrosino The past week, students going to class on Johnson Avenue have been approached by canvassers around Christoverson and the Buck Stop. More recently,...