The Student News Site of Florida Gulf Coast University

Eagle Media

Eagle Media

Eagle Media

A brief history of Lake Okeechobee’s management

April 6, 2016

According to the Historic 2015-2016 Dry Season Rainfall report from South Florida Water Management District, at the beginning of this year, South Florida saw the highest total of average rainfall, at 16.22...

Black stands with Paul Bartrop, an FGCU professor, before the event. Bartrop is also an award-winning author, who focuses on the history of the Holocaust and genocide.

Holocaust investigative author visits FGCU

February 25, 2016

Edwin Black, a New York Times bestselling author and investigative reporter, gave a lecture about IBM and the Holocaust today at FGCU on Feb. 24. Black took the floor, and he spoke without pause until...

A student’s legacy honored with The Fallen Eagle Redfish Classic

February 24, 2016

The fishermen went out on the Caloosahatchee at 7 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 21. The red tide was there, but it didn’t stop 29 boats from weighing in their catch of the day. The Fallen Eagle Redfish Classic seemed...

Shy Wolf Sanctuary celebrates 15 years

January 28, 2016

On Jan. 19, Shy Wolf Sanctuary in Naples celebrated its 15th anniversary. And, on Jan. 23, the sanctuary had two of its rescued wolf dogs partake in the community outreach and educating of local residents...

GroupRaise empowers student organizations

January 23, 2016

GroupRaise started an idea between two college undergraduates who wanted to make the process of human outreach and fundraising seamless for student leaders on college campuses, along with bringing...

FGCU Human Trafficking Center to showcase its symposium

January 20, 2016

The FGCU Human Trafficking Resource Center is hosting its Human Trafficking Symposium on Jan. 21 in the Cohen Center Ballroom. Alex Olivares, the HTRC coordinator who manages day-to-day operations, has...

Wounded Warrior’s softball game gets rained out

January 16, 2016

On Saturday, FGCU Athletics cancelled the Wounded Warrior softball game due to weather conditions. According to an FGCU Athletics press release, “Due to an abundance of rain over the last couple of weeks,...

I Am Divine is all inclusive

January 13, 2016

Antwon Lindsey and fellow FGCU students wanted to develop an idea, so all students from different cultural backgrounds could come together and celebrate themselves. He came up with a name for a...

The second annual I Am Divine Scholarship Pageant presented by Coalition of Black Organizational Leaders of Florida Gulf Coast University  has extended its application deadline to 5 p.m. Monday, Jan. 11. (Special to Eagle News)

I Am Divine Scholarship Pageant application deadline extended to Jan. 11

January 9, 2016

The second annual I Am Divine Scholarship Pageant has extended its application deadline to 5 p.m. Monday, Jan. 11. The pageant is brought to the university by Coalition of Black Organizational Leaders...

The unveiling ceremony of Seidler Hall at FGCU on Thursday, Jan. 7, 2016. (EN Photo / Rachel Iacovone)

FGCU unveils Seidler Hall

January 7, 2016

University founders, faculty, students and honored guests were present for an unveiling in front of FGCU’s College of Arts and Sciences. A new name would represent the college and the students who study...

The Florida Panthers win, Jagr is 4th all-time, and Cats keep scratching toward playoffs

December 22, 2015

On Sunday, the Florida Panthers defeated the Vancouver Canucks during a home game that filled the BB&T Center with more Panthers leaping off of fans' sweaters than I have seen at a home game in quite...

FGCU alumnus designs permaculture for Pine Manor Community Gardens

December 14, 2015

In Pine Manor, there is a garden that sits in the middle of the Fort Myers community. It is seeing new development now that an FGCU alumnus has planted his feet and a green thumb at Pine Manor Community...

Load More Stories