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New Scholarship Raises Awareness of Pet Overpopulation

New Scholarship Raises Awareness of Pet Overpopulation

Samantha Roesler, Executive Editor July 19, 2021

FGCU is partnering with non-profit organization For the Love of Cats by offering a scholarship to biology students that have the intent to go into veterinary practice in SWFL. For the Love of Cats is...

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Kathryn Kelly: from Architect to Accidental CEO

April 27, 2021

By Katie Fogarty Contributing Writer Kathryn Kelly is the CEO and founder of The Heights Foundation, an organization that works to build strong, sufficient families in the Harlem Heights neighborhood in...

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GSA Hosts Panel to Celebrate Transgender Students

April 20, 2021

By Erica Fish Staff Writer We all have a story to tell, but not everyone can see it. Gender norms have grounded what beauty is supposed to define. From slims waists and curves to thick shoulders and striking...

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FGCU Will Offer Pfizer Vaccine to Students

March 29, 2021

By Sabrina Salovitz Assistant Editor FGCU will be offering vaccines to students. The state of Florida will be opening COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to individuals ages 18 and above next Monday, Apr. 5. Students...

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SWFL Hot Spot: Urban Buzz

March 29, 2021

Katie Loudermilk Staff Writer “No coffee shop in Cape Coral has better coffee, better people, or a better atmosphere – we guarantee it,” this mission statement is shared by the Urban Buzz owners....

From left to right: Paige Wanderlingh, Tommy Danzi, Ben Fenuccio, Dr. Leary, Dylan Randall, Cameron Boles (Matthew Miller, Matthew Haftke, and Matthew Graves are not pictured).
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FGCU Students Compile Worldwide Comprehensive Serial Killer Database

March 22, 2021

By Nina Mendes News & Features Editor Every Wednesday in Whitaker Hall, room 266A houses a group of students who share a passion for one unique pastime: serial killer research. FGCU Associate Professor...

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Student Government’s new President and Vice President

March 22, 2021

By Sabrina Salovitz Assistant Editor FGCU’s Student Government has a new President and Vice President-elect and the pair have big plans for the coming year. Juniors Alyssa Fleischer and Gracie Dougherty...

Susan Evans recalls 30-year-old memories after announcing her departure from FGCU

Susan Evans recalls 30-year-old memories after announcing her departure from FGCU

March 18, 2021

With Florida Gulf Coast University’s walls growing higher by the day, it is sometimes hard to see how the school was originally a plot of wilderness, cows, and wild hogs. Susan Evans, FGCU’s vice...

Club Volleyball Practices at the URWC; EN Photo by Julia Bonavita

Club of the Month: Volleyball

March 1, 2021

By Jake Henning Sports Editor As one of the many clubs trying to keep some normalcy during the pandemic, Club Volleyball is doing everything they can to keep their members active. Volleyball practices...

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Student Government Election Results

February 26, 2021

By Sabrina Salovitz Assistant Editor Student Government candidates gathered on the library lawn last night, just days after the polls closed for the 2021-2022 election cycle. David Galindo, the SG Supervisor...

Tara Nichols poses next to the feminine hygiene dispenser in Cohen Student Union. Photo provided by Nichols.

Student Government Senator Fights for Free Menstrual Products on Campus

February 25, 2021

By Nina Mendes News & Features Editor Tara Nichols doesn’t see herself as an advocate for change but rather a champion for accessibility. Serving as a Student Government Senator for the College of...

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SWFL Hot Spot: The Bowl

February 22, 2021

By Sabrina Salovitz Assistant Editor A Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU) alum has returned to open a new location of her health food restaurant. “I think anywhere would benefit from this kind of food...

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