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Tritons clinch onto bid for Conference Tournament

On Oct 27, the men’s soccer team went up against Barry University in a game that would decide which of the two teams would earn a spot in…

Volleyball splits back-to-back matchups midway through conference play at home

Volleyball splits back-to-back matchups midway through conference play at home

The Eckerd Volleyball team looks to finish strong during the second half of conference play after going 1-1 at McArthur Center Oct. 10 and 11. The Tritons beat…

Former baseball coach takes on new position

Former baseball coach takes on new position

Over the years, Coach Bill “Skip” Mathews had become an integral part of Eckerd College as the head baseball coach.  After coaching the Tritons for the last 25…

Good Vibes: Wakeboard World Series concludes with Soven on top

The final stop of the Wakeboard World Series has come to a finish, with Phil Soven and Dallas Friday sitting on top of the podium. The event in…

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Dorm life facilitates spread of flu

In the midst of another flu season, Eckerd is an ideal place for the illness…

Change your location to change your life

Eckerd College promotes ‘Thinking Outside,’ and many students choose to do so — in a…

Bon Appétit contract under review

Although Eckerd has previously signed year-to-year contracts with Café Bon Appétit regarding food service, the…

Eckerd hosts diverse range of faiths

Much has changed since Florida Presbyterian College became Eckerd College in 1971. While Eckerd is…

ECOS Update

The ECOS Senate meeting on Nov. 23 was called to order at 7:01 p.m. Goals…

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Elections elicit electric response

By Dan Whitely   Staff Writer In the aftermath of new elections, many are led to speculate about the upcoming terms of those recently elected or reelected. While…

Holidays bring LGBT body image to light

In just a few weeks, Eckerd students will be going home for winter break. For many, that will mean celebrating Christmas with family, bedazzled trees, expensive gifts, lights,…

Dear Abby

Dear Abby, I am a freshman who recently was given a car by my parents. Now that I can drive, I was wondering about where to go eat…

Senior looks back as Eckerd moves forward

The rapid growth of Eckerd’s campus might be likened to the vibrant and progressive outlook of Floridian development and young colleges and universities. While that may be true,…

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Cobb Gallery hosts religious works exhibit

Cobb Gallery hosts religious works exhibit

This fall, Eckerd’s Cobb Gallery has been featuring religious works of art by Eckerd’s founding faculty member of Visual Arts, Robert…

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Dear Abby

Dear Abby, I don’t know what I want to do for the rest of my life. I am about to graduate from college, which I love, but…

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Rainbow Connection: Catholic church moves towards LGBT acceptance

In October, the Catholic church almost made a monumental leap toward greater respect for its lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender members. On Oct. 5, Pope Francis called…

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#GamerGate: Getting females in the game

It’s a widely held belief that the world of gaming is considered by many to be a “boys only” club. For years, women have faced sexist remarks…

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Cats: bred to be your new best friend

About 10,000 years ago, humans began farming in the Middle East. The crops attracted rodents, which then attracted cats. Taking advantage of table scraps and protection, cats…

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