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    ‘Medical anomaly’ – not alcohol ...

      A family friend confirms that alcohol played no role in the death of Florida Gulf Coast University freshman Austin Vonckx, who died after a distress call to his South Villag...

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    24-hour festival award recipients

    On Saturday, Sept. 13, the eighth annual 24-hour festival was hosted by Professor Barry Cavin in the Black Box Theatre. Eight awards were given, including four with a $500 scholars...

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    Honors Program accepting new applicants

    Students at Florida Gulf Coast University do not have to be invited to apply to the Honors Program in order to be considered for acceptance into the program. Many students believe ...

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    Candlelight vigil held for student found dead

    At 9 p.m. Monday, Sept. 15, more than 75 students gathered for a candlelight vigil on the South Village lawn to honor Florida Gulf Coast University freshman Austin Vonckx, who died...

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    Professor and New York native hosts 9/11 remembran...

    The bustling city is roaring with the blaring of horns and thunderous voices of the crowd. It’s a typical day in New York City: overflowing with its accustomed organized chaos. But...

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    Hands up, don’t shoot: Students hold social justic...

    More than 60 staff members and students gathered Sept. 10 in the Student Plaza to “spread the love” and raise awareness of discrimination and racism. Members of the Black Student A...

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    Campus unites in reading program

    In the past, simply mentioning the first-year reading requirements garnered an automatic groan from all those present at orientation — accompanied by the upperclassmen who were all...

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    Economics club Eagles for Liberty looking to recru...

    Florida Gulf Coast University’s registered student organization, Eagles for Liberty, aims to provide students interested in topics on liberty and freedom an opportunity to discuss ...

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    U.S. News reports student debt, FGCU mistakenly to...

    The U.S. News and World Report, famous for its college rankings, has recently put Florida Gulf Coast University at the top of the debt list — accidentally. One of the media outlet’...

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    Dollars for Scholars event raises money for stude...

    What do President Bradshaw, Vice President of University Advancement Christopher Simoneau and more than 100 of Florida Gulf Coast University’s top donors and alumni do on Saturday ...

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Eagles try to get back to winning ways at home

The Florida Gulf Coast University women’s soccer team returns home this weekend for a pair of matches at the FGCU Soccer Complex; first welcoming Wofford, which began the season wi...

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Too many dangers for hitters in baseball

Baseball has been played for more than 100 years. Pitchers have been taught to throw inside to get hitters off the plate. Today, it seems like pitchers are losing control and putti...

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MLB replay slowing down game

For many years, baseball was played without any way to see or prove whether an umpire was correct in their decision. Since 2008, Major League Baseball has been using replay to dete...

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Eagles try to get back to winning ways at home

The Florida Gulf Coast University women’s soccer team returns home this weekend for a pair of matches at the FGCU Soccer Complex; first welcoming Wofford, which began the season wi...