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Sunday, May 19, 2024

Celebrating 100 years in Lakeland

Election season is here — are you prepared to vote?

As the first month of the new year has gone by, the big presidential election crawls closer. The long-awaited election will take place at the end of this year, and campaigns are already taking over the media. As November draws near, students are being encouraged to take action and utilize their right to vote.

IT Team works to combat campus network issues

As complaints regarding campus Wi-Fi coverage continuously accumulate, the Information Technology (IT) team is working efficiently to provide network to as many places on campus as possible.

School of Education Faculty member appointed dean

The School of Education has concluded its search for a permanent dean and selected Dr. Lori Rakes, an associate professor of 13 years at FSC, to fill the position. 

Juniors in art department finish annual critiques

Florida Southern College’s art department held its annual junior critique in November. The two days showcased the work of juniors majoring in different concentrations.

Cat Club petitions for safety measures

Campus Cat Club has begun a petition that is working with campus Safety regarding more safety measures around busy traffic areas on campus.

FASFA updates 2024-25 form and eligibility

Students everywhere wait until Oct. 1 for the new Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to open up to start the new form for the next academic year, which is set to undergo significant changes.

Administrator recognized as business leader

Vice President of Student Life Dr. Lauren Albaum was recently named one of the Top 40 Under 40 emerging leaders by the Tampa Bay Business Journal.

Lakeland commences 43rd annual Swan Roundup

Two weeks ago, bright and early in the morning, the City of Lakeland gathered all the swans on Lake Morton for their yearly check-ups in the 43rd Annual Swan Roundup.

Jossim first woman inducted in honorary Roll of Distinction

Florida Southern band director, music educator, instrumental studies and associate professor of music, Dr. Jo Jossim, received the honor of being the first woman inducted into the Florida Bandmasters Association (FBA) Roll of Distinction. 

Professors and students attempt to balance AI usage in classrooms

Students and professors are navigating AI usage in the classroom after a skyrocket in popularity with the technology’s release last year.