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Recent Articles

Theater program puts on Shakespeare’s ‘Hamlet’

While this play may not be familiar unless you've read it in your high school English class, there is a pretty famous line: “To be or not to be, that is the question.”  

Students encounter devastating floods in southwest Florida

Florida Southern College students living in southwest Florida navigated flooded highways, power outages and debris in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian.

HLSC grieves impact of Hurricane Fiona on Puerto Rico

For 11 days, from Sept. 13 to Sept. 24, Hurricane Fiona aggressively hit Puerto Rico and worsened the massive destruction caused by Hurricane Maria.

Moccasin to Angel: Ryan Langford reflects on his first steps toward the big leagues

With an attitude and talent like Langford’s, it’s hard to go wrong.

In Photos | Fallen trees, power outages in the wake of Hurricane Ian

Hurricane Ian made landfall near Fort Myers as a category 4. The storm barreled across the Florida peninsula through the night, gradually losing power and never coming within 60 miles of Lakeland. Despite this, it maintained wind speeds of over-70 mph.