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Lee Builders Care raises money at annual BBQ, Bands and Brew event

Lee Builders Care held the seventh annual BBQ, Bands and Brew fundraising event on Sunday, April 3 at the Lee County Alliance for the Arts. The event, which was presented by title sponsor All Star Equipment Rentals and Sales, raised a record total of $116,000 to go toward providing emergency construction and repairs to residents in need in the Lee County area. “It’s an event like this where there’s literally thousands of people already at where your donation, your fee when you come in the door goes toward that,” said Chris Clinton of All Star Equipment Rentals and Sales....

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FGCU student Joshua Mena featured in FGCU Effect

It has been more than two months since FGCU debuted “The FGCU Effect.” The ad has seemed to garner positive attention for the university as a whole. Fourth-year bioengineering student, Joshua Mena, was one of the several students who took part in the filming process and ended up being featured in the final product. “As for the actual TV spot that came out, that I feel like has really shifted people’s perspective of FGCU,” Mena said. “It’s more than basketball. It’s all these majors. It’s all these people. It’s all these passions.” The commercial has aired on various local...

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FGCU hosts campus farmers market

FGCU has continued to host the FGCU Farmers Market throughout the spring 2016 semester.  Locally grown produce as well as other various local merchandise is available at the market for students to purchase. FGCU alumnus Arlo Simonds now participates in the farmers market where he sells some of his own organic produce.  “I graduated from FGCU, and during my time here, I was heavily involved in the FGCU Food Forest,” Simonds said. “It means a lot to me to have been able to go outside of the university after graduation, start farming and then be able to come back on campus and distribute...

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FGCU Muslim Student Association holds Hijab Day

Story by Rachel Iacovone The Muslim Student Association at FGCU hosted Hijab Day on Monday, Feb. 15 in an effort to raise awareness about what it truly means to be a hijabi, a woman who wears the Islamic headscarf called a hijab. “We did this to show non-Muslims that we are not being oppressed to wear this, that it’s our choice; it’s not like we’re forced to wear it,” said Safina Muneer, a member of MSA. “We want to show you guys that you guys can come and ask us about Islam.” To give a more accurate depiction of...

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