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The ultimate connection between sustainability and music: FGCU Food Forest collaborates with The Bower School of Music

The ultimate connection between sustainability and music: FGCU Food Forest collaborates with The Bower School of Music

Tori Foltz, Editor-in-Chief May 23, 2022

Sustainability and music are two completely different things, but a few passionate students found a way to make them intertwined, complementing each other in a celebration that everyone can enjoy. And...

25 years at FGCU: A digital history project

25 years at FGCU: A digital history project

Tori Foltz, Editor-in-Chief May 9, 2022

Living in 2022, digital history is a thing of the future. This year was FGCU’s 25th anniversary and one student here thought it was important to showcase that history digitally. FGCU history and accounting...

FGCU Student is ‘Monkeying’ around in South Africa

FGCU Student is ‘Monkeying’ around in South Africa

Emma Rodriguez, Staff Writer May 9, 2022

Broadening one’s horizons is the vehicle to knowledge, experience, and growth. This March, FGCU Environmental Science Masters student Ella Guedouar embodied this sentiment and traveled abroad to study...

A Manta Ray breeding ground discovered in South Floirda

Tanner Jenni, Contributing Writer April 20, 2022

A marine biologist is educating FGCU students about the importance of a recently discovered possible manta ray breeding ground. In February 2022, marine biologist and research scientist, Jessica Pate,...

Photo by Emma Rodriguez

Azul’s Attire Provides FGCU Students with Professional Attire

Emma Rodriguez, Staff Writer February 27, 2022

The Office of Career Development Services launched Azul’s Attire, a professional closet available to all FGCU students earlier this semester. Azul’s Attire aims to give students professional wear,...

EN Photo by Julia Bonavita.

FGCU Announces Plan to Phase Out COVID-19 Services

Riley Hazel, Assignment and Features Editor February 27, 2022

FGCU announced yesterday that it will begin to phase out its COVID-19-related resources, according to an email. The Veoci app and its contact tracing system will become inactive on March 7, the first...

Caffeine Frenzy

Caffeine Frenzy

Tori 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...

FGCU Student Stopped from Playing Tuba on Fort Myers Beach Plays On

FGCU Student Stopped from Playing Tuba on Fort Myers Beach Plays On

Alexandra Porter, Contributing Writer August 26, 2021

Derick Nangle, a music therapy major at FGCU, has been playing his tuba while carrying a sign along the shore of Fort Myers Beach since August 2020. Nangle performed every Saturday until last month, on...

FGCU Launches Vaccine Incentive Program

FGCU Launches Vaccine Incentive Program

Sabrina Salovitz, Editor-in-Chief August 20, 2021

FGCU has launched a vaccine incentive program for students and faculty who voluntarily show proof of vaccination. All currently enrolled students and active employees are eligible for $100 in Eagle Dollars...

Student Government Welcomes New Year

Student Government Welcomes New Year

Sabrina Salovitz, Editor-in-Chief August 20, 2021

The school year is just beginning, and as classes kick off and the campus starts to settle down, Student Government leaders are preparing to introduce themselves to the student body. Alyssa Fleischer and...

New and Improved: What Students Need to Know About Fall Construction and Renovations

New and Improved: What Students Need to Know About Fall Construction and Renovations

Alexandra Porter, Contributing Writer August 19, 2021

FGCU takes pride in developing the campus to aid students in their endeavors. This means creating new structures as well as renovating what is already present. This Fall semester, students will get a first...

HB233 to Ironically Limit Intellectual Thought on Campus

HB233 to Ironically Limit Intellectual Thought on Campus

Riley Hazel, Contributing Writer August 5, 2021

Governor Ron DeSantis signed legislation this past month that will require public universities and colleges to annually survey their students and staff about their beliefs, citing in the bill that these...

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