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How to Handle Group Projects

Erika Ramos, Staff Writer December 5, 2023

Being part of a group project can be difficult in many instances because it involves working together with people who have different ideas, work styles and priorities. It requires commitment and agreement...

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Why Do Teens Hate Book Bans? (According to a Dual Enrolled Student)

Julianna Bendeck, Staff Writer December 4, 2023

Teenagers are not stupid. Shockingly, we are free thinkers too. Although this may seem obvious to most, conservative groups such as Moms for Liberty remain purposely obtuse to this fact. Like many of my...

December Events Up Ahead

December Events Up Ahead

Delinah Rosario, Opinion Editor November 30, 2023

Date: Dec. 1 Name: Ugly Sweater Salsa Night Time: 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. Place: FGCU Rec and Wellness Center Fitness Studio 1 Description: Join FGCU Salseros for an ugly sweater salsa night where...

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Celebrate Your Unique Talent

Ella Lou Scott, Staff Writer November 24, 2023

Today is National Celebrate Your Unique Talent Day! This national holiday has been set aside to recognize and celebrate our fun and peculiar talents. This can be acrobatics, juggling, predicting the weather,...

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Tips and Tricks for Shopping Discounts

George Pallivathuckal, Eagle Media Intern November 22, 2023

With both Black Friday and Cyber Monday coming up, here are some practices you should implement when you are shopping for things during the season of deals. Tip 1: Make sure what you’re buying is...

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Dreading Those Awkward Thanksgiving Conversations? Here’s How to Avoid Them

Timothy Belizaire, Assistant Photo Editor November 22, 2023

There is so much going on in the world. People are dying, people are losing their rights. There is much to be said about those issues, and your uncle may not be the most qualified person to be speaking...

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Here Comes the Holidays

Robert Giro, Eagle Media Intern November 21, 2023

The holiday season is a time that everyone seems to look forward to, no matter how near or far away they may be. We sometimes view holidays as days when we get off from work to play catch-up for running...

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Do Advisors Do Enough On Campus?

Cristina Pop, Assistant Opinion Editor November 21, 2023

FGCU currently has a ratio of 500 students to one advisor. According to the National Academic Advising Association, the recommended ratio is 300 students per advisor. FGCU’s above average ratio takes...

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ChatGPT is Destroying Education

Julianna Perez, Staff Writer November 20, 2023

The use of generative artificial intelligence programs has been a topic of growing contention and prevalence these past few years. ChatGPT is a large language model-based chatbot that is programmed to...

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Thanksgiving Recipe

George Pallivathuckal, Eagle Media Intern November 16, 2023

Equipment   Large pot   Large saucepan   Mixing bowl Ingredients   16 oz elbow macaroni (or other tubular pasta)   1 stick of butter salted or unsalted.   ½ all-purpose...

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World Kindness Day: Why the Big Gesture is Never Enough

Julianna Bendeck, Staff Writer November 13, 2023

World Kindness Day shouldn't be about the big gesture; kindness doesn't inherently equate to solving everybody's problems and as one cartoon horse would say, kindness is about being dependably good- which...

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Living in the Shadow of Hurricane Ian, A Year After

Konstantinos Vranishti, Staff Writer September 28, 2023

As we approach the one-year anniversary since Hurricane Ian hit Southwest Florida, the tragic memories awaken and still haunt the people of the area. According to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement,...

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