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December Events Up Ahead

December Events Up Ahead

Emma Diehl, Staff Writer November 28, 2022

Date: Nov. 30  Name: Holiday Warm-up  Time: 11:00 a.m.  Place: Student Plaza  Description: Come join the Multicultural and Leadership Development Center in celebrating holidays from several...

Hurricane Ian Sights & Sounds

October 12, 2022

Hey Eagles! Last week, as you all know, Fort Myers and the neighboring areas were hit by Hurricane Ian. Here are some sights and sounds from the shelter held at Alico Arena for the FGCU community....

The Massacre that Brought Change

The Massacre that Brought Change

Ashley Paris, Writer February 14, 2022

I don’t remember exactly how that day played out; it all just seems like a distant memory to me. I get flashes here and there, but time does not seem real. Feb. 14, 2018, will go down in history as the...

Winter Break

February 8, 2022

Photo by Riley Hazel

Cats on Campus

Riley Hazel, Assignments and Features Editor February 8, 2022

After several bobcat sightings on FGCU property, professors and students are working together to create new signage to slow down drivers. Director of the Wings of Hope program Ricky Pires saw the sightings...

FGCU mens basketball

FGCU Athletics Prepare for Spring Semester as COVID Cases Rise

Nick Asselin, Sports Editor February 8, 2022

FGCU Athletics faced their first schedule change due to COVID-19 protocols in 2022 after the men’s basketball ASUN opener was moved from Jan. 4 to Jan. 5. As COVID cases surge amid the Omicron variant,...

Omni-Chronic Headache

Omni-Chronic Headache

Sabrina Salovitz, Editor-in-Chief February 8, 2022

With a new year comes new COVID concerns, and the question on everyone’s mind as the semester hits off: how is the university handling things? Student Health Services is going to be offering symptomatic...

Water school

Paving the Way for the Water School

Tori Foltz, Staff Writer February 3, 2022

The opening of the Water School’s $57.9 million building, which was slated for Jan.1, has been delayed until later in the semester. The Water School program has been open for two years, despite not yet...

Sleep is Not for the Weak

Sleep is Not for the Weak

Delinah Rosario, Opinions Editor January 6, 2022

We all know that sleep is something that everyone needs. If it’s so important, why is it so hard for college students to get good consistent sleep? With the stress from classes to the change in living...

Police Beat

UPD Beat

Alexandra Porter, Staff Writer December 24, 2021

The University Police Department received a call about an assault at West Lake Village with one female and one male student on Dec. 11, according to the UPD report. The report said they found the female...

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Going Green

Ashley Postlewait, Staff Writer December 24, 2021

During the school year, college students live very repetitive lives. “Eat, sleep, study, repeat” is the mantra that replays in their heads from the moment they wake up. Their lives are filled with...

A student sits on FGCUs campus while following the universitys COVID-19 guidelines.

Students report lack of availability at CAPS

Riley Hazel, Assignments and Feautures Editor December 24, 2021

Note: Megan is a pseudonym to protect the privacy of those interviewed. A surge in demand for FGCU’s Counseling and Psychological Services has left some students facing long wait times this semester. Ashley...

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