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Don’t be party blind when you vote for president next fall

April 28, 2016

This political season seems to have more plot twists than a Shonda Rhimes show during its season finale. With Donald Trump currently leading, it is crunch time for the other candidates to pick up the slack,...

Not another Trump article: Meet other Republican candidate Gov. John Kasich

March 24, 2016

John Kasich. The name sounds familiar right? Where could you possibly know the name from? No, it’s not your old Biology teacher from high school; it’s actually the name of the third presidential candidate...

Upset City: FGCU students anxiously await tonight’s game in hopes of another NCAA tournament win

Upset City: FGCU students anxiously await tonight’s game in hopes of another NCAA tournament win

March 17, 2016

An influx of blue and green merchandise has been displayed in our bookstore, and our Facebook feeds seem to be flooded with basketball related posts and articles. Students all over campus can be seen wearing...

Primaries prove to be predictable

March 16, 2016

It’s Tuesday night in the Eagle News newsroom. I have finished my entire section with the exception of my top story on the primaries. At first, I thought I would wait for the results to come in before...

Fort Myers white-supremist Twitter account is only a glimpse of today’s racism

February 27, 2016

Undoubtedly, social media — along with the rest of the Internet — serves a great helping hand in connecting people with like ideas in the hopes of promoting positive change. Sites such as GoFundMe...

A Republican debacle

February 18, 2016

It seems to me that the most productive feat that was accomplished during the Feb. 13 Republican debate was the fact that all the candidates made it on stage without missing a cue. Unfortunately, that...

An inconvenient truth: There is no absolute truth

February 13, 2016

The idea of unbiased media is but a mere fantasy people use as a scapegoat for their lack of knowledge on current situations. Unbiased media is a romantic thought about as realistic as the fairytales you...

Feminism: A movement that drives us even further from a goal of equality

December 10, 2015

Feminism — the word weighs heavy and tastes dirty on my tongue. Visions of burning bras and harsh women shouting from their pedestals come to mind. Feminism is a loaded word — a dirty word — but...

When considering mass shootings, we must seek other solutions through awareness

October 22, 2015

It’s easy to put blame on someone else. It’s easy to hold someone else responsible for tragic events and the loss of someone’s life. It’s easy to blame those who want gun control or those...

Students weigh in on the pros and cons of not allowing guns on FGCUs campus

Students weigh in on the pros and cons of not allowing guns on FGCU’s campus

October 12, 2015

We’ve all heard the saying, “Don’t fight fire with fire,”  but does this saying apply when the idea of fighting gunfire with gunfire is put into play? On Friday, Oct. 2, FGCU faculty senate voted...

Damon Wayans weighs in on what the face of a victim looks like

September 15, 2015

Comedian Damon Wayans made waves recently with his controversial comments defending Bill Cosby against rape allegations during an interview on Power 105’s “The Breakfast Club” radio show Sept. 4. “Tell...

An unknown rain safety hazard

September 8, 2015

In Florida, it’s inevitable you will encounter a snowbird who is driving 20 miles below the speed limit with their left turn signal on for 10 minutes. But there is one thing that is even more likely...

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