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War for Water

War for Water

Delinah Rosario, Opinions Editor November 22, 2021

Chi Alpha, a religious organization on campus, is hosting War for Water in the month of November. War for Water is a month-long fundraising initiative, where Chi Alpha raises money to build three wells...

TRiO First-Generation Celebration

TRiO First-Generation Celebration

Delinah Rosario, Opinions Editor November 22, 2021

TRiO and Outreach programs held their fifth annual first-generation college celebration. It’s a national celebration. A first-generation college student is a student whose parents or legal guardians...

FILE - This Wednesday, April 19, 2017 file photo shows the beer cooler behind the counter in a convenience store in Sheridan, Ind. In future sweltering years with a double whammy of heat and drought, losses of barley yield can be as much as 17 percent, computer simulations show. And that means “beer prices would, on average, double,” even adjusting for inflation, said a study published in the journal Nature Plants on Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)

Eagle Shot

Riley Hazel, Assignments and Features Editor November 22, 2021

Student Government has revived the Eagle Shot, an initiative designed to offer students added security during their time at participating bars. The program, which was first launched in 2019, allows...

Organizations Mask-Up

Organizations Mask-Up

Victoria Foltz, Staff Writer November 22, 2021

We are fast approaching a new year, but COVID is still a fear in everyone’s mind. Last year with most classes online, student organizations had no other choice but to turn to platforms like Zoom and...

The Feeling of Gratefulness

Victoria Foltz, Staff Writer November 22, 2021

I think that if the past year has taught us anything, it’s that we have a lot to be thankful for. Let’s take a look at what we’ve endured this past year. A worldwide pandemic, a new presidency,...

To Dorm Life or Not to Dorm Life

To Dorm Life or Not to Dorm Life

Taylor Wilson, Staff Writer November 2, 2021

What college experience is complete without living on campus, right? Being able to roll out of bed and hike to class, parties are always close and who could forget those great roommate experiences. With...

Caffeine Frenzy

Caffeine Frenzy

Victoria Foltz, Staff Writer October 26, 2021

Throughout my life, I have always wanted to like coffee. I have tried the hand-crafted drink too many times to count and every single time, I like it even less.  Now energy drinks, I always knew I could...

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Cattyshack Cat Cafe reaches 1000th adoption

Riley Hazel, Assignment and Features Editor October 14, 2021

A Fort Myers coffee shop is the newest cat shelter in town, and it just reached a big milestone. The Cattyshack Cat Cafe hit 1,000 adoptions yesterday after over a year in business. The cafe takes in...

Equipping the Leaders of Tomorrow

Equipping the Leaders of Tomorrow

Delinah Rosario, Opinions Editor October 10, 2021

iLead Summit is a conference-style program intended to connect students and student leaders while promoting collaborative efforts and developing leadership skills. It is also an opportunity to build lifelong...

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Southwest Florida fertilizer ordinances hope to prevent further devastation

Erica Fish, Contributing Writer October 7, 2021

Southwest Florida is covered in green golf courses and manicured lawns but these features are soaked in a hidden danger: fertilizer. The use of fertilizers has been a silent killer devastating marine life,...

Looking Past The Pandemic and Transforming Theater

Looking Past The Pandemic and Transforming Theater

Delinah Rosario, Opinions Editor October 5, 2021

FGCU will be putting on a production of "The Misanthrope" which is scheduled to be presented in the FGCU TheatreLab from Oct. 9 to Nov. 7 with a few breaks in between. While they hope to present it as...

FGCU Vaccine Incentives: Unfair, Ridiculous and Strange!

FGCU Vaccine Incentives: Unfair, Ridiculous and Strange!

Taylor Wilson, Contributing Writer October 5, 2021

FGCU, like many other organizations and institutions, is working to increase the number of students, employees and faculty members who have received their COVID-19 vaccine. As a part of this effort the...

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