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A Week in Photos at FGCU

November 26, 2022

 

Board of Trustees Chair Blake Gable and Trustee Michael Martin sit in on the meeting. Gable voted to delay the process a second time after two candidates dropped out of the search.

Board of Trustees Moves to Restart Presidential Search Process

Tori Foltz, Editor-in-Chief November 17, 2022

The Board of Trustees moved to reopen the presidential search for FGCU’s next president on Thursday. Two weeks prior, a vote was supposed to take place to choose the next president. Since then, finalists...

Tod Laursen Withdraws from Presidential Finalist Position

Tod Laursen Withdraws from Presidential Finalist Position

Hayley Lemery, Assignment & Features Editor November 15, 2022

On Monday, Nov. 14, a second presidential finalist, Dr. Tod Laursen, withdrew from the presidency selection. Out of the three chosen finalists for FGCU’s fifth president, Dr. Robert Gregerson is the...

Susana Rivera-Mills Withdraws from Presidential Finalist Position

Susana Rivera-Mills Withdraws from Presidential Finalist Position

Hayley Lemery , Assignment & Features Editor November 8, 2022

After making campus visits and going before the Board of Trustees as a presidential finalist, Dr. Susana Rivera-Mills has withdrawn as a candidate after the selection was postponed. On Nov. 8, Pamela...

Beth Charles suggested the group of volunteers to pose as if they were moving the boat. Photo courtesy of Charles.

Students Band Together to Help Storm Victims

Riley Hazel, Executive Editor November 4, 2022

Following a direct hit from Hurricane Ian, FGCU students took it upon themselves to help their Southwest Florida community. Edwin Wilke and his three friends returned to Fort Myers after evacuating,...

Board of Trustees Chair Blake Gable meets with the media following the postponement of the vote.

Board of Trustees Postpones Presidential Selection Vote

Hayley Lemery, Assignment & Features Editor November 2, 2022

The FGCU Board of Trustees has postponed announcing FGCU’s fifth president after deliberation today. The three finalists, Dr. Tod Laursen, Dr. Robert Gregerson and Dr. Susana Rivera-Mills, each attended...

Presidential Search Finalist Susana Rivera-Mills answers faculty’s questions at the first presidential forum.

Presidential Finalist Susana Rivera-Mills Acknowledges the Future of FGCU

Hayley Lemery, Assignment & Features Editor November 1, 2022

Dr. Susana Rivera-Mills attended three public forums held in the Water School on Nov. 1 to give faculty and staff insight into what she’s able to bring to FGCU as a presidential finalist.  She is...

Presidential Search Finalist Robert Gregerson answers facultys questions at the second presidential forum.

Presidential Finalist Bob Gregerson Responds to Faculty Concerns

Hayley Lemery, Assignment & Features Editor October 31, 2022

Dr. Robert “Bob” Gregerson attended three public forums held in the Water School on Oct. 31 as a presidential finalist to answer questions from the FGCU community. The 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. forum...

Dont you want to say I voted?

Don’t you want to say “I voted”?

Tori Foltz, Editor-in-Chief October 31, 2022

I have been waiting for this year’s election since I was a kid. I turned 18 last year, so this is the first election that I can vote for. I have looked forward to casting my ballot for what seems like...

Presidential Search Finalist Tod Laursen answers facultys questions at the first presidential forum.

Presidential Finalist Tod Laursen Answers Faculty’s Dire Questions

Hayley Lemery , Assignment & Features Editor October 30, 2022

Dr. Tod Laursen attended three public forums held in the Water School on Oct. 28 as the decision of FGCU’s fifth president nears. The 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. forum consisted of primarily faculty and staff members...

A tree was uprooted outside of the Cohen Student Union on main campus. Photo courtesy of FGCU.

Hurricane Ian Hits too Close to Home

Tori Foltz, Editor-in-Chief October 28, 2022

Ahead of Hurricane Ian making landfall, students on campus were told to evacuate their dorms and head home or to FGCU’s storm shelter: Alico Arena. For those that stayed at the shelter on campus,...

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What Would You Do If You Died and Came Back as a Ghost?

Jenna Hackeman, Staff Writer October 27, 2022

Something about waking up on the beach and watching my body float away from me in the water really had me reflecting on my surfing abilities.   Honestly, I don’t think this one’s all on me though....

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