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Speak up: Campus lab for communication

January 15, 2014

Students who fear public speaking now have help, thanks to the Florida Gulf Coast University Communication Lab run by the Department of Communication and Philosophy. Even better, walk-in help is easy to...

Spike Jonze’s ‘Her’ speaks for itself

Spike Jonze’s ‘Her’ speaks for itself

January 15, 2014

Spike Jonze’s beautifully crafted romance is set in the notso- far future where technology and human emotion unusually collide. “Her” is the next indie cult classic to hit the box office, just like...

Free downtown arts events fit a college student’s budget for fun

January 8, 2014

Friday night has rolled around again, and you are faced with the same old problem. You want to go out for the evening, but you have very little money to spare. Finding affordable entertainment on a college...

Home for a howl-o-day

October 25, 2013

San Carlos family opens homemade haunted house to collect canned food for charities Blood-curdling screams will echo down the streets of a quiet subdivision not far from Florida Gulf Coast University --...

Service Learning Fair invites FGCU students to get involved

September 13, 2013

Colorful displays filled the Cohen Center Ballroom on Friday, September 6 while non-profit recruiters beckoned students over to hear their pitches. Alec Pica, a senior transfer student studying biotechnology,...

Earth to FGCU: How the universal charter relates to our University

August 15, 2013

Every Florida Gulf Coast University student will be introduced to the Earth Charter at the point he or she takes the University Colloquium class. Yet how well the students understand FGCU’s relationship...

Old nursing degree returns to FGCU

Old nursing degree returns to FGCU

August 7, 2013

A vote today by the Florida Gulf Coast University Board of Trustees unsuspended the Master of Science in nursing degree with a major as nurse educator. This move marked achievement of yet another goal...

Jared Zipper performs some of his skits at a Collier County museum. (EN Photo / Laura Tichey-Smith)

Collier museums offer service learning for acting

February 6, 2013

On Saturday night, Jared Zipper got a taste of his future in public speaking by taking a step back into the past when he portrayed famed Naples mechanic Ed “Bubba” Frank, inventor of the swamp buggy...

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