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Bower School of Music students are unable to perform in front of loved ones

March 6, 2021

Ricardo Rivera, a Music Education major with a Vocal Concentration at FGCU, prepared 11 songs in five different languages for his junior recital on February 13th. He paid an accompanist $600, and prepared...

ENTV NOW: January news on campus

ENTV NOW: January news on campus

January 22, 2021

We recap the news of the spring semester so far on campus, and what changes you might see at FGCU. Edit/ Write/ Film: Samantha Romero

FGCU COVID-19 reported cases rise to 17

FGCU COVID-19 reported cases rise to 17

September 2, 2020

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BREAKING NEWS: Two fraternities suspended for violating social distancing guidelines

August 24, 2020

By Nina Mendes News & Features Editor Two FGCU fraternities have been placed on immediate interim suspension due to allegations of unfortunate conduct, according to an email sent by President Martin. The...

Student sexually battered in North Lake parking lot

January 2, 2017

FGCU UPD was notified of a sexual battery that took place at approximately 9:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 1 in North Lake Village. According to the crime alert UPD sent out to faculty, staff and students,...

Police Beat

Police Beat: Stolen bike, ghosts, and singing apparitions

December 30, 2016

Bicycle Pump Predicaments On Thursday, Dec. 22 at 5:21 p.m., a complainant called UPD requesting assistance with the bicycle pump in front of McTarnaghan Hall. The complainant was unsure whether the pump...

‘Singin’ in the Rain’ star Debbie Reynolds dies at 84

December 28, 2016

Debbie Reynolds, the Oscar-nominated actress-singer passed away on Dec. 28 at Cedars-Sinai Hospital. She was 84. Reynolds was the mother of the late Carrie Fisher, who died on Dec. 27. Reynolds was rushed...

Captains for Clean Water hosted a meeting at Bass Pro Shops Friday night to talk about the releases from Lake Okeechobee into the Caloosahatchee River and how it is affecting their lives on the water. (EN Photo / Kelli Krebs)

Captains for Clean Water meet to stop Lake Okeechobee releases

February 20, 2016

Approximately 200 concerned fishermen, boat charter captains and Southwest Florida residents packed a conference room in the Fort Myers Bass Pro Shops to voice their concerns and raise awareness about...

Lake Okeechobee releases hurt local ecosystems

February 12, 2016

Lee County residents can expect to see brown water, dead marine life and sea grass pileups on local beaches thanks to the recent releases of water from Lake Okeechobee into the Caloosahatchee and the St....

FGCU’s top-10 sports moments of 2015

December 31, 2015

It was an incredible year for FGCU athletic teams. Just nine years into its Division I status and five years of postseason eligibility, that small school from the humid swamps of Florida is quickly becoming...

Half of college-aged adults not opposed to open relationships, avvo study finds

December 31, 2015

A 2015 Avvo, Inc. study of relationship trends across the United States finds that half of college-aged Americans are not opposed to being in an open relationship, which is defined as a relationship in...

Edvisors unveils paying-for-college trends for 2016

December 30, 2015

Edvisors, publisher of free web sites that help students and families plan and pay for college, has identified several key trends on the horizon for 2016 that will affect students. “These trends are...

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