Wednesday, May 22, 2019

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,...

‘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...

Christmas spirit can last all year

Kara Donnelly Streets are coated in lights, stores are playing festive music, and there’s happiness in the air; Christmas is surely arriving. As the beloved holiday...

Knowing your personality type can help you get to know yourself

Kristen Harris If you’re like me, then you’ve taken your fair share of personality quizzes. I mean, how am I supposed to live without knowing...

Starting the school year off stressed

Upperclassmen receive limited help during move-in Kristen Harris Opinions Editor College move-in is a different, albeit difficult, experience for everyone. However, as an upperclassman, move-in presented challenges...

Focus on issues, not demographics in 2016 election

Jasmine Knox, Staff Writer   The debate on separation between church and state has long been a heated one in our country, and in the wake...

Google loses its focus in new design

Emily Goldberg, Staff Writer   As a company, you always run the risk of your audience disapproving of change. For Google, this is exactly what happened. On...

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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...