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EC Carbon Offset Fund possibilities: Earth update – Oct. 14, 2011

The EC Carbon Offset Fund began three years ago. Students from Winter Term trips and Spring Break Service Learning Trips have donated money to this fund to offset their carbon…

Men’s rugby falls to Tallahassee in scrimmage

Men’s rugby faced off against Tallahassee in a pre-season scrimmage on Sept. 24. The match-up featured the youth and enthusiasm of Eckerd against the experience and size of Tallahassee, with…

EC smoke free

I woke up the other morning after a usual Saturday night at Eckerd. I took a stroll around campus and was surrounded by a graveyard of cigarette butts and beer…

Ellenberger stuns Shields in UFC’s “Battle on the Bayou”

UFC welterweight fighter Jake “The Juggernaut” Ellenberger’s bite matched his bark at the recent Ultimate Fighting Championship’s Fight Night 25, billed as the “Battle on the Bayou.” Under the bright…

He who must not be re-elected

From my previous writings, readers can easily gather that I am no fan of Governor Rick Scott. I have consistently referred to him as a career politician, a corrupt CEO,…

Chattaway Drive-In a hidden St. Petersburg gem

Behind a pink building is a jungle inhabited by painted metal peacocks and pelicans. Just below a canopy of red and green drapes, a wooden chameleon the size of a…

Renovated Zeta Lounge opens to barrage of oohs, ahhs

Students celebrated the renovated Zeta lounge Sept. 20. Now officially open, the new lounge boasts a kitchen and television area that are connected to a more secluded dining area. The…

Misplaced keys prompt campus-wide search

When a Campus Safety officer recently misplaced a set of 40 campus keys, including a master key, the department launched a campus-wide search and stepped up safety measures that involved…