Thursday, September 24, 2020

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...

End of first year makes freshman feel at home

Abby McHenry The 2017-18 academic year is coming to a close and with it, memories that will be cherished well past the time spent here...

History impacts modern social landscape

Derrick Jean-Baptiste Our past still haunts us. Even after hundreds of years, we are still feeling the ramifications of historical events that occurred long ago....

High-quality makeup doesn’t have to mean high-end

Abby McHenry Drugstore makeup is often criticized for being poor in quality compared to similar high end brands. This is not always the case. There...

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,...

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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...

SGA hosts entirely virtual campaigns

Salvatore Ambrosino Over fifty students ran for Student Government Association’s senate positions with the new challenge of campaigning on fully virtual platforms.  The elections committee for...