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New Year, Same Restrictions?

January 21, 2021

By Katie Loudermilk Staff Writer   Did 2020 really end? Although the calendar says it is 2021, the world does not seem that much different. After COVID-19 led to millions of deaths, unemployment rates...

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COVID is Home for the Holidays

January 21, 2021

By Delinah Rosario Staff Writer   Due to COVID-19, people have been forced to celebrate events a little differently this year.  From virtually blowing out candles to staying socially distanced, FGCU...

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Inequality sits at the heart of the southwest Florida education system

December 23, 2020

By Erica Fish Staff Writer The dismissal bell signals the end of school as students swarm out into the halls, buzzing with relief after finishing the day’s lessons. But choosing to remain behind, a third-grade...

Celebrating 6 Feet Apart

Celebrating 6 Feet Apart

December 20, 2020

By Katie Loudermilk Staff Writer   On Monday afternoon, November 23rd, I called my grandmother to wish her a happy birthday. She just turned 74 and I was planning on visiting her in Georgia the day...

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Is FGCU Safe?

December 17, 2020

By Alexandra Gordon  Staff Writer   According to a National Council for Home and Safety report, Florida Gulf Coast University is listed as the 7th safest school in the United States, but do students...

POLITICS: 2020 PRESIDENTIAL TRANSITION

December 8, 2020

Michelle Alvarez

Tax Trouble

December 6, 2020

By Rian Walsky Staff Writer Everything in life, in some shape or form is related to taxes or has an effect on them. The roads we drive on every day, the school we attend, the houses we live in, the things...

What I’ve Learned in a Pandemic

What I’ve Learned in a Pandemic

November 30, 2020

By Erica Fish Staff Writer   When the first news broke out about the novel Coronavirus this past March, everyone’s lives did a 180. Scrambling in figuring out what’s going on, while hectically flipping...

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2020 Holidays: Covid-19 Edition

November 29, 2020

By Devon Tipton Staff Writer   This holiday the spirit of giving has been very restricted, and for good reason. Covid-19 has had the nation social distancing, stuck in quarantine, and sanitizing...

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Getting Married in a Pandemic

November 24, 2020

By Katie Loudermilk Staff Writer   Most girls dream of a fairytale wedding. Although I was not obsessed over my future wedding, I did put a lot of effort into the planning. The one thing nothing...

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A Woman’s Right to Choose

November 23, 2020

By Rian Walsky Staff Writer   With the tragic passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, it left an open spot for a new justice, who would be nominated by the president of the United States. Since...

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My Roommate Tested Positive for COVID-19: Here’s What I learned

November 22, 2020

Julia Bonavita Staff Writer   The day I packed my bags and left my home on the east coast of Florida to return to FGCU for the fall semester, I knew in the back of my mind that I would likely encounter...

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