Thursday, September 19, 2019

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...

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...

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...

Local priest weighs in on Catholic ethics and education

Peter Edgar Issues facing Catholic youth have been at the center of the national news focus several times over the past few months. Priests and...

United Methodist Church to address LGBTQ divisions

Elisa White In February, the United Methodist Church (UMC) will hold a Called Session of General Conference to decide what to do regarding church doctrine...

Catholic student leadership stands with church amid scandal

Peter Edgar At the beginning of this year, over 200 Catholic bishops from around the nation met at a seminary in Chicago to address the...

Upcoming election pits polar candidates

The upcoming race for governor might be a litmus test for the future of Florida considering the drastic differences between the two candidates, Republican...

Students can chase goals starting clubs

Abby McHenry I want to start a Running Club. Before writing this article, I had actually thought about founding this club. I have been running since...

Zero Tolerance Policy hurts children

Mylena Ferman How anyone can think it’s humane to separate families from each other is beyond me. How people can consider it as anything other...

SGA President addresses Mocs

Dear Mocs, Honored doesn't even begin to describe how humbled I am to serve as your Student Body President for the 2018-19 Academic Year. I...

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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: ...