Thursday, September 19, 2019

‘Satanic’ mural removed from South Florida Ave. after complaints

Victoria Salvatore A mural that was located on South Florida Avenue was removed following complaints that it was satanic. The mural was part of the “Tapestries...

Lakeland celebrates first La Francophonie Day

Ariel Molinaro Over 750 guests attended the Polk Museum of Art at Florida Southern College’s first annual La Francophonie Day celebration on March 23 in...

Religion department hosts feminism and scripture symposium

Victoria Salvatore  Three speakers visited campus on March 27 to talk about the topic of feminism and the Bible at The Department of Religion and...

Three SGA Executive Board positions won in unopposed races

Peter Edgar At 11:45 p.m. on Wednesday, the online poll for Student Government Association Executive Board elections closed with a voter count of nearly 500....

Drew Howard named FSC Director of Athletics

Jillian Kurtz Drew Howard was named the new Director of Athletics for Florida Southern College on March 25 at a press conference in the Streamline...

Supporting women through taking action

Jillian Kurtz  Dr. Jobia Keys, professor of Communications, spoke about being proactive on the topic of Women’s History Month at an event on March 20....

FSC celebrates annual Florida Strawberry Festival

Mady Lauderman Plant City, Florida recently wrapped up their annual Strawberry Festival which ran from Feb. 28 through March 10. According to Plant City’s Chamber of...

Gay marriage laws vary across the world

MyLena Ferman Despite many accomplishments, there are still places around the world in which homosexual relationships are banned or not protected by law. Same-sex marriage...

UMC decision sparks ongoing controversy

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...

Brexit delayed after Parliament rejects ‘no-deal’

Alex Zimmer British lawmakers have rejected the possibility of Britain exiting the European Union without a deal in place, making delays to Brexit inevitable. Prime Minister...

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Freshman Class put on Constitution Day

Lexi Potter Constitution Day is hosted by the freshman class each year as part of their introductory political science class requirements. Each year, the Freshman students...

First farmers market of the year took place Sept. 11

Sophia Gonzalez Florida Southern College is bringing back the farmers market on Sept. 11, following the positive reaction it received from students last semester.  The first...

Athletics cancels all home events the week of Sept. 2 due to Dorian

Mikaela Queen Update: Sept. 2, 12 p.m. Because of changes to Hurricane Dorian's track, select athletic events will return to their original date and time. Rescheduled events: ...