Monday, September 28, 2020

Vehicle registration is vital for parking fixes and student safety

Milly Jackson Many FSC students fail to purchase parking permits, hindering campus safety and security’s ability to prepare for...

Single use paper and plastic are Wynee’s ‘easy way out’

Sophia Gonzalez Although Florida Southern College has supported sustainability incentives around campus in the past, offering plastic cups and straws at Wynee’s Bistro takes away...
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Brexit outcome affects FSC students, staff and programs

Emma Tallon Staff Writer In June of 2016, over 17 million citizens of England decided, in an act of patriotism, to vote for their country to...

Trump Impeachment process begins

Milly Jackson As the impeachment on President Donald Trump continues and becomes more heated, both Democratic and Republican parties...

Should students be getting wasted at FSC hockey games?

Nathalie Moreno It’s the end of the game. The fans are roaring, despite the Mocs being on the losing...

“Cancel Culture” has cultural potential-and risks

Samantha Odom I see myself as an old soul. I have realized very recently that I’m not as up...

By educating ourselves we can help prevent human trafficking

Alexandra Zimmer The discovery of the bodies of 31 men and eight women in a refrigerated container being hauled...

Former students file sexual exploitation lawsuit against James Franco

Alexandra Zimmer As radio silence follows yet another accusation of sexual exploitation against James Franco, we are forced to...

Sometimes, we don’t need to know

Even before the Division of Student Life released a statement regarding Dalton Beitel’s death on Tuesday, the rumor mill chewed away at the privacy...

Opinion: Let athletes make their money

Grayson Skweres The California State Assembly passed a long overdue bill earlier this month, allowing NCAA athletes to make money off of their name, image,...

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FSC adapts to COVID-19 changes

Kenzie Carlson The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted how Florida Southern College students are receiving their education. One of these major changes came on Aug. 10 when...

Downtown Lakeland business closes after 78 years

Claudia Kahl The national switch to living online has caused a noticeable shift in our economy as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic. With little...

Theatre and Dance adjusts for social distancing

Sam Odom In the midst of a global pandemic, Florida Southern, like most educational establishments, is adjusting to a new way of life. Theatre and...

Polk Museum of Art reopens

After being closed for six months in the height of quarantine and coronavirus, the Polk Museum of Art has reopened to the public as...

Black Student Union hosts first meeting of the semester

Sophia Gonzalez Florida Southern College’s Black Student Union invited the student body to join its first official meeting of the semester.  On Sept. 13, BSU informed...