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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...

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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...

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The Best and the Worst: A Recap of 2021

Victoria Foltz, Staff Writer December 24, 2021

Last New Year’s Eve I was sitting in my living room, on the same couch that we’ve had since I was little, counting down from ten while watching the television in front of me. On the screen people...

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...

Brunch n munch

Favorite Thanksgiving Dishes

Staff Writers November 22, 2021

Gracie Burgess, Staff Writer. Sophomore, 19 Pumpkin Pie because there is not a better time to eat it besides Thanksgiving! - Riley Hazel, Assignments and Features Editor, Junior, 20 Corn...

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Self-Care is Just as Important as Finals

Gracie Burgess, Staff Writer November 22, 2021

College is hard and it takes a lot out of students. There are classes to attend, assignments to complete, and of course studying to power through. Sometimes, self-care is an afterthought, but it something...

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,...

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Pride On Campus: Celebrating LGBTQIA+ History Month

Kevin Green, Staff Writer November 22, 2021

Last month, FGCU’s Gender and Sexuality Alliance held several events to honor and celebrate pride, concluding with a pride parade and block party. GSA’s outreach officers worked hard to bring together...

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...

Are there Ghosts in SoVi?

Are there Ghosts in SoVi?

Neil Nestor, Staff Writer October 29, 2021

Various accounts of paranormal experiences have erupted from FGCU’s South Village (SoVi) over the past four years. Reports of falling objects, out-of-place noises, and vanishing entities are unsettling...

October in the Tropics

October in the Tropics

Rachel Newman, Staff Writer October 29, 2021

The chilly autumn air, the vibrant orange and red leaves, and the cozy fireplace are all the best parts about fall. Here at FGCU, though, we get none of that. The temperatures rarely dip below 80 degrees,...

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