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 Meaning (QFM), has begun. Whereas QFM requires that students complete 40 hours of service during the first semester of their senior year, the new Reflective Service-Learning (RSL) program that was implemented last year…

Two Drinks Ago program expands campaign

The last two years have been full of new ideas and changes to campus, and faculty and staff members in the Office of Outreach Services and Health Promotion are no exception. Director of Outreach Services and Health Promotion Makenzie Schieman has made it a priority to increase her…

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 Response Team (EC-ERT) responds to medical emergencies and aids students here on campus. Eckerd College Search and Rescue (EC-SAR) responds to distressed boaters in the Tampa Bay area, which may also include medical…

New poker tournament raises stakes

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

GMSL dirt parking lot closed

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

New café likely to come to the James

Students with classes in the James Center for Molecular and Life Sciences may have noticed that the skeleton…

New art building in the works to replace Ransom

In the next two years, Eckerd will experience major changes as a newly renovated art building is expected…

Updated policies bring change to Eckerd social scene

In past years, campus nightlife has been a mixture of lights, sound and cramped space. This year, the…

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