Sports

Sisters face off as volleyball falls to Tampa

The Volleyball team was defeated by number one ranked and conference opponent University of Tampa on Oct. 1 at the McArthur Center in front of a rowdy white-out…

Men’s soccer drops first conference game

The Tritons dropped their conference opener to No. 11 nationally ranked Lynn University on Oct. 4, making their overall season record 2-6 and conference record 0-1. Fighting Knights…

Men’s and Women’s Rugby teams both fall in their home openers of the season

The Women’s Rugby team suffered a tough loss Saturday at the hands of of the University of Central Florida. The Golden Knights proved to be too much for…

Triple Crown and World Cup events conclude as the season winds down

It is getting to be the busiest part of the wakeboard season as riders battle it out in the remaining contests. Two major events, the final stop of…

News & Features

Reflective Service-Learning program alters QFM

Reflective Service-Learning program alters QFM

The phasing out of the service requirement for the current senior capstone class, Quest for…

Two Drinks Ago program expands campaign

The last two years have been full of new ideas and changes to campus, and…

EC-SAR and EC-ERT hope to improve medical capabilities

Eckerd College is home to two highly trained groups of students. The Eckerd College Emergency…

New poker tournament raises stakes

Sept. 18 marked the inaugural Eckerd Poker Tournament, one of many to come this year.…

GMSL dirt parking lot closed

Students have noticed that parking options near Kappa are limited this year due to the…

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Scotland has two seasons: winter and politics

Scotland has two seasons: winter and politics

Without empires, colonies and conquests in modern times, it is easy to forget that some countries are still under relative control of others. For the past year, the…

Friendly Fire: Should we give refugee status to immigrant children?

By Matthew Cramer Staff Writer In 2011, fewer than 20,000 minors were apprehended trying to cross illegally into the United States, traveling from Mexico, Central America and South…

Dear Abby

Dear Abby, There is too much drama in my family. It seems that if there isn’t anything to fret about they invent something. What is wrong with them…

#HeforShe

When you hear the word feminism, you might be thinking about rights for women as being the primary focus of this political movement that has grown since the…

Arts & Ent

Papadosio brings “Imagine Cells” tour to Florida

Papadosio brings “Imagine Cells” tour to Florida

Just a little over a week after Umphrey’s McGee blessed us with their presence, the Jamtronic band Papadosio joined us in…

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Dear Abby: Drama with the BFFLs

Dear Abby, I am currently a junior here at Eckerd. During Autumn Term I established a pretty big group of friends, but recently, I have had a…

MBFGC

“Trans” forming Televison

The media’s portrayal of transgender people has always been a touchy subject among the trans community and people close to it. The chief complaint is usually that more often…

Feminista

The “skinny” on body image

Since I was a child, I have been told that I was blessed with a wonderful figure. For those who don’t know me, I am thin and…

Drunk on Science

Drunk on Science

Like many of you this time of year, I find myself overwhelmed with the work I have to do.  I stare at my desk and wait for…