Thursday, May 23, 2019

Forensics team ends year on high note

Bethany Schram Assistant News Editor   The Florida Southern Forensics team ended the year at the Pi Kappa Delta National Championship, ranking highly within the competition. Individually, juniors...

Students create websites: New sites designed to help students communicate and study

Dylan Lake Staff Writer   Last month, Florida Southern College Communication students launched multiple websites aimed at benefitting the student body. Students of Professor William Allen’s public relations...

Willis Lecture welcomes Dr. Theodore W. Jennings as speaker

Bethany Schram Assistant News Editor   Florida Southern College welcomed Dr. Theodore W. Jennings, Jr. to the Hollis Seminar Room March 21 for the annual Warren W....

Enactus goes to Dallas

The newly established Florida Southern College Enactus business organization will be competing at regional competitions in Dallas, Texas this April for a chance to...

Obama visits Israel to discuss political issues in Middle East

Valeria Sabate Staff Writer   This year, President Barack Obama visited Israel for the first time in the second term of his presidency. Obama’s primary goal was to...

MUN discusses North Korea in Hollis Room

Leah Schwarting Co-Editor   From 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on March 23 students discussed political issues during a Model United Nations session in the Hollis Room. Fifteen...

Student Life and Cultural Center finds new home on Callahan Court due to alumna

The Florida Southern College Student Life and Cultural Center has a new home on Callahan Court thanks to the support of Evett L. Simmons. Evett...

McKay Archives hosts citrus celebration

Florida Southern College will play host to the Florida Commissioner of Agriculture, Adam Putnam, who will moderate a panel discussion about the role citrus...

Transcripts available online, creates convenience for students

By this time next year, the Florida Southern College Registrar will be offering electronic transcripts for the first time in the school’s history. The registrar...

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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...

Paper straws a non-solution for FSC sustainability

Victoria Salvatore In the three years that I’ve been attending Florida Southern, they’ve been making moves to create a more environmentally friendly campus.  Efforts by Student...