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‘He’s real’: Gen-Z’s take on U.S. Congressman-elect Maxwell Frost

Floridian Maxwell Frost made history these past midterm elections by becoming the first person of Generation Z to be elected into Congress.

Gallery | 3OH!3, Sage the Gemini, draw hundreds of students

As the sun went down, the stage lights turned on at ACE’s biggest musical event of the school year, Southern Takeover.

Theater department performs tale-spinning, prose-filled farce, ‘The Liar’

David Ives’ “The Liar” is a fast-paced farce full of lying, misunderstandings and spanking.

Sports

New class inducted to Small College Basketball Hall of Fame

On Friday, Nov. 4, the Polk Theater came to life as the newest class of members in the Small College Basketball Hall of Fame were honored.

Women’s Soccer team wins SSC regular season championship

The women’s soccer team brought home the first Sunshine State Conference regular season championship title in program history.

Moccasin to Angel: Ryan Langford reflects on his first steps toward...

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

Southern View

Scooby Doo’s Velma comes out as lesbian. It’s about time.

"There is one aspect of the film that audiences will not stop talking about," Nathalie Moreno writes in her opinion. "The ‘coming out’ of original cast member Velma Dinkley as LGBTQ. And frankly, it’s about time.

Opinion | Ned Fulmer scandal shows that men can hold each other accountable

"Why? Because like celebrity deaths, scandals happen in threes. After the John Mulaney and Adam Levine scandal came to light, another man was bound to be next," Caroline Bryant writes in her opinion.

Opinion | Nothing is being done about climate change

"Our planet is suffering, and we are to blame," opinion writer Isaac Wardyn writes.

Opinion | The ethics of ‘Dahmer’

"It’s understandable to have a morbid curiosity," columnist Emma Matzen writes. "However, it doesn’t seem like all true crime fans consider the very real people who were hurt in many of these crimes."

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Theater department performs tale-spinning, prose-filled farce, ‘The Liar’

David Ives’ “The Liar” is a fast-paced farce full of lying, misunderstandings and spanking.

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.”  

Buckner Theatre performers cast ‘In the Heights’ of Tampa

Buckner Theatre performers Ariana Perera, ‘23, and Isabella Falber, ‘23, took their Broadway aspirations to the next level this summer after landing major roles in the popular Broadway show In The Heights.

Inside the ‘Box’: the stars of Florida Southern’s improv comedy troupe

On Friday nights at around 10:30p.m., after the stress of classes and a busy week are over, Florida Southern College students pack the seats of the theater in the Carole and Marcus Weinstein Computer Science building.

In Photos | SGA’s second annual Frank Lloyd Wright Day a success

Florida Southern College held its second annual Frank Lloyd Wright Mental Health Day (FLW Day) on April 8, which included food, games and mental health programming throughout the day.

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