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Klaudia Balogh

Five tips to ace your finals

Finals, exams, group projects and presentations. Some of us — looking at you journalism majors — only have a few if any; however, most students are covered with books and notes for this and next week. Stress levels are peaking while students’ blood turns into coffee from drinking so much of it. Believe it or not, there are ways to keep you from burning out while still taking home that A. We gathered here five tips that will help you keep focused, see straight and not tear your hair out one piece at a time. Go beyond the bare...

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Chris Lane and Chase Rice stole girls’ hearts at FGCU Nest Fest Thursday at Germain Arena

If you weren’t one of the girls in the front of the pit, then you most likely didn’t get an exclusive selfie with Chris Lane or high-five Chase Rice. Lane performed the opening act for Rice at Nest Fest hosted by the FGCU Programming Board at Germain Arena Thursday night. Lane got the crowd going with not only his own songs but mixed in a little bit of “Wrecking Ball” from Miley Cyrus and “Bye Bye Bye” from NSYNC. Lane said he likes to choose the ones that the crowd knows and can sing along. As girls were screaming...

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FGCU alumnus starts video production company

When Tyler Shore goes to an event or a concert in Florida, often in Fort Myers or Cape Coral, it’s more than just a fun night out for him. Carrying along a tripod, he sets up his cameras, one on the tripod and maybe a GoPro somewhere else, has a drone handy and gets to work. Shore is becoming a go-to person for FGCU alumni and the community when they are looking to have video productions made for their events or businesses. Shore graduated from FGCU in 2014 with a bachelor’s in journalism, and his journey has been an...

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Healthy meals can now be delivered to your doorstep

There’s always an excuse for choosing unhealthy meals over healthy ones. What’s yours? Is it because you don’t have time to cook or because it’s too much work or simply because it’s much easier to hit the drive-thru or stroll through the prepackaged frozen food aisle in the grocery store? With family, work, school and social life, grocery shopping and cooking for a day or days ahead doesn’t always fit in a 24-hour day. It’s easy to blame everything around you as the reason why your meals are rather on the unhealthy side. Not to mention, there aren’t many,...

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FGCU Physique and Fitness Club hosts physique show on campus

Protein. Carbs. Supplements. Weights. Reps. Cardio. A group of FGCU students and alumni lived and slept with these words in front of their eyes for months with one goal in mind: to compete and place at the FGCU Physique Show hosted by the FGCU Physique and Fitness Club. The event will take place at the FGCU Veterans Pavilion at 12:30 p.m. on Sunday, April 10 and is open to all FGCU students, alumni, faculty and staff. Freshman Chance Galloway, an athletic training major, is one of those students. This will be his second competition — he placed first in his first show last...

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Guilt-free alternatives for Super Bowl snacking

We all know that the Super Bowl isn’t all about the game. At least for some of us, it’s the super food we look forward to while watching the game and, of course, the commercials. Super Bowl parties are a big Sunday fun day for football fans and non-fans alike when cheering goes hand-in-hand with eating. For many years, certain foods have claimed their spot in our living room and kitchen to complement the Super Bowl spirit. However, most of those traditional options are filled with carbs and fats that, although help soak up the alcohol that’s consumed on...

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Retro Fitness combines training with Netflix and virtual games

Time flies during a movie, whether it’s at home or at the theater. One minute, you have a full bag of popcorn or snacks. Then, the next minute you look down at the end of the movie, and about 1,000 empty calories later, it’s all gone. What if instead of gaining 1,000 calories while watching a movie, you lost that much? At Retro Fitness in Fort Myers you can do just that. With a big screen cardio theater room at its facility, members can hop on the treadmill, bike or elliptical, and instead of focusing on how many minutes...

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President of Tri Delta sorority opens monogram store

We all know that college can be tough. It can be hard to find a balance between studying, going out with friends, being involved in clubs or sports and some of us even have part-time jobs. Everyone is just trying to figure it out. For Sarajane Evans, President of the sorority Tri Delta and a senior here at FGCU, she has a lot more than just schoolwork and her sorority. She just recently opened up a storefront for her business, Sunny & Southern. Sunny & Southern is a monogram store where you can personalize everything from t-shirts to travel...

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Studies suggest sugar is as addictive as cocaine

Based on several studies regarding the health and diet of our society, it is an unfortunate and clear fact that we eat way too much sugar, and it’s slowly causing problems such as type 2 diabetes, heart disease and other chronic diseases, including cancer. Some scientists and health experts are going as far as to call that little happiness of ours a “drug” and our love for it an “addiction.” Can you go for a few days without drinking a soda? Can you go for weeks without any added refined sugar in your diet? Or, can you go without sweets when things fall out of your hands? If you said no to any of these questions, then you’re likely dependent on sugar. Michael Stull — an...

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Government publishes guidelines to healthy eating

Hold your cookies. According to the “2015- 2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans,” published Jan. 8. by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Americans’ eating habits and diets need improvement. In other words, we eat more of what we should eat less of, such as sugar and salt, and we eat too little of what we should eat more of, such as grains and vegetables. The “Dietary Guidelines for Americans” is published every five years with the intention to promote overall health and prevention of chronic diseases by breaking it down into...

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