Sunday, August 18, 2019

18 candidates: a help or a hurt?

Emma Tallon As the 2020 presidential primaries draw near, a growing list of candidates have taken to the ballot in hope of calling the White...

EDITORIAL: Creative Space not accessible

In April of this year, the Southern reported on the Creative Space above the laundry and mail rooms in the Lake Hollingsworth Apartments.  At the...

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...

EDITORIAL: As always, student vote is vital

Election day is Tuesday, and the editors of this paper are concerned about the amount of students they have heard expressing noncommittal sentiments regarding...

Letter from the Editor: Student Government Elections

Fellow Students, This page of the Southern is exclusively dedicated to issues surrounding the elections of a new Student Government Association Executive Board.  Some of the...

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Greek organizations re-paint Duke Place

Peter Edgar Two Saturdays before students returned to campus for the fall semester, fraternity and sorority members gathered on Duke Place to renew the brick...

Southern changes meal plans and food offerings for upcoming year

Reems Landreth FSC REWORKS DINING PLANS & OPTIONS AHEAD OF FALL SEMESTER The Division of Student Life sent an email to the student body outlining a...

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...