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Christianity Under Critique at FGCU

Christianity Under Critique at FGCU

Cristina Pope, Staff Writer February 6, 2023

FGCU students are buzzing with conversation after 40 to 50 members of Team Jesus Preachers flooded the campus on Jan. 30 and 31. Team Jesus Preachers is led by Adam LaCroix who is frequently on campus...

February ​​Events Up Ahead

February ​​Events Up Ahead

Delinah Rosario, Opinion Editor February 6, 2023

Date: Feb. 6 Name: Black History 365: African American Read-in Time: 1:00 p.m.- 2:30 p.m. Place: Library 436 Description: Come appreciate black culture with the Multicultural and Leadership...

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Why World Cancer Day?

Gracie Burgess, Staff Writer February 3, 2023

Feb. 4 marks World Cancer Day, a day first honored in the 2000s in Paris, France. This is a day that is used to raise awareness for cancer and its prevention all around the world. Cancer has impacted the...

Remembering Times Past

Remembering Times Past

Delinah Rosario and Emma Diehl January 27, 2023

Jan. 27, 1945 will long be remembered as a day of triumph for the allies and the Jewish community both, as it marks liberation for those imprisoned at the largest Nazi death camp from World War II, Auschwitz-Birkenau....

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Recycling and Reusing Your Old Notebooks to Make Them Feel New

Delinah Rosario, Opinion Editor January 18, 2023

FGCU holds sustainability at its core and is one of the nation’s greenest campuses. It is also recognized as one of the most environmentally responsible colleges or universities in the U.S. Things as...

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My Semester Abroad at FGCU

Hervinder Kaur, Staff Writer January 13, 2023

“The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step,” and that is true. My last fall semester abroad at FGCU was everything of a semester exchange but also the journey of a lifetime. Reflecting...

Which Time Change Should Stick, and Which Should We Kick?

Which Time Change Should Stick, and Which Should We Kick?

Abigail Muth, Staff Writer January 10, 2023

That dreaded time of the year when we must “spring forward” is creeping up once again. Last year there was talk about getting rid of daylight savings altogether, but it hasn’t been made official...

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The Jan. 6 Insurrection Has Not Been Forgotten

Tori Foltz, Editor-in-Chief January 6, 2023

Just two years ago, the United States Capitol was under attack by its own people. I remember exactly what I was doing when I received the news; I was at home eating lunch with my mom when my phone continued...

January ​​Events Up Ahead

January ​​Events Up Ahead

Delinah Rosario and Emma Diehl January 3, 2023

Date: Jan. 11  Name: Honors College Information Session  Time: 3 p.m.  Place: Cohen 247  Description: Interested in joining FGCU’s Honors College? Join Honors leadership for an informational...

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Are New Year’s Resolutions Worth It?

Abigail Muth, Staff Writer December 31, 2022

The first day in Jan. seems like the best time to set new goals and expectations for yourself, but is it worth it in the long run? Only 9% of New Year's resolutions are completed, according to a 2022...

Winter Break Excitement

Winter Break Excitement

James Curtis, Staff Writer December 27, 2022

With winter break commencing, students share their excitement towards their time off for the holiday season before the start of the spring semester. For students, it’s just just in time for a break from...

Giving a Helping Hand

Giving a Helping Hand

Kendell Gordon, Staff Writer December 19, 2022

“His fever isn’t going down, why is this happening? I should’ve noticed this sooner…”  Eliza is a single mother driving her sick son Oliver through a blistering snowstorm. Not only is it...

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