Thursday, October 22, 2020

Amazon’s search for HQ2 challenges cities

Derrick Jean-Baptiste A few months back, Amazon announced that it is currently on the hunt for a new location for a second headquarters. This, of course,...

FSC feels like family

By Allie O'Connor Walking onto the Florida Southern campus in March of 2016, I fell in love. It was warm, sunny and just far enough...

Forget a wall, we need to build a roof

By Kristen Harris President Trump took a little while to react to Hurricane Harvey, yet he just can’t shut up about that stupid wall. However,...

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...

Chipotle or Moe’s? Battle of the burrito

  The debate that has been as divided as Democrat or Republican continues to frustrate the most avid Mexican-American fast-food consumer. Ask a supporter of one...

Over-involvement: An open letter to the c/o ’21

By Adrianna Cole Hi, my name is Adrianna. I’m in my third year at FSC, and I’m the co-editor-in-chief and centerspread editor for the Southern;...

Peter Zapffe points out our self destruction

By Derrick Jean-Baptiste Peter Wessel Zapffe is not what most people would think of as the average philosopher. When non-philosophes conjure up the image of...

‘Time is Up’ for identity politics in Hollywood: slacktivism does nothing

Adrianna Cole Every time award season starts, I get this glimmer of hope that it will be different. Clearly, I’m suffering from insanity because Hollywood...

Queen Moc – How to handle a crappy week

Have you ever had a week where absolutely nothing went your way? Technical difficulties, academic struggle, work issues, social disaster, a shattered relationship, or...

Queen Moc – New, healthy options at FSC

This past Thursday, SGA announced Tutu’s Cyber Cafe will finally be serving organic ice cubes. After months of work, SGA Vice President of Academics Greg...

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Lakeland documentary to be released in theaters, on demand worldwide

Kenzie Carlson Despite COVID-19 halting the production of some films, the documentary “Fly Like a Girl” was still able to be released in Lakeland, and...

Student Spotlight: Emily Wills

With so many students not able to return to campus this semester, many are living off-campus with commuter status, rather than living at home....

Lakeland Holds 40th Annual Swan Roundup

Jameson Champion Earlier this month the City of Lakeland held yet another successful Swan Roundup, gathering the swans for necessary medical checkups. This year marks the...

Chris Evans Scandal sparks discussion on female sexuality

Sarah Dube Earlier this month, what was supposed to be an innocent showcase of a family game of “Heads Up” turned into a social media...

Lakeland candidates running for representative seats

Grace Newton Local candidates will be on the same ballot as the presidential nominees on Election Day. This includes candidates for Congress, the state legislature...