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Student Government hosts candlelight vigil for Stoneman Douglas

In the wake of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School last Wednesday, February 14th, FGCU’s Student Government held a candlelight vigil to remember the 17 lives lost that day. A large number of students gathered around Veteran’s Pavilion Tuesday, February 20th, to listen to testimony from Douglas graduates who attend FGCU and what they went through the day of the shooting. “Honestly, it was the scariest day of my life,” Jordan Moses, an FGCU student and Douglas alumnus said to the crowd of over 200 people. Seventeen students stood in front of the pavilion holding candles, some...

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FGCU Motor Show draws more than 200 people

This past Saturday, Jan. 20, the FGCU campus welcomed cars of all makes and models to the first ever FGCU Motor Show. The event, hosted by the FGCU Car Club and Auto Faction, saw more than 200 cars fill parking lot three and the bus loop outside of McTarnaghan Hall, with cars ranging from the latest Ferraris and Lamborghinis, to old school Jaguars and everything in between. The FGCU Motor Show was organized to benefit the American Heart Association. A portion of the proceeds raised from registration fees and merchandise sold will be donated to the Association. The FGCU...

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