Immigration discussion comes to Eckerd

A small, interactive crowd of students and community members engaged in an open conversation with newly elected U.S. Congressman David Jolly on Oct. 14 during a CPS event. Jolly represents Florida’s 13th district, which encompasses St. Petersburg and Eckerd College. The event began with a broad description of…

Youngest Nobel winner announced

On Oct. 10 Malala Yousafzai became the youngest winner of the Nobel Peace Prize at the age of 17, sharing the 2014 prize with fellow education activist Kailash Satyarthi. Last year she was officially the youngest nominee at 16, but lost to the Organization for the Prohibition of…

ITS to continue cable in dorm rooms

The cable TV provided in dorm rooms throughout campus will be provided for the next three years, according to Director of ITS John Duff. Earlier this semester, ECOS President Brady O’Donnell said that ECOS is currently paying part of the cable bill and were therefore considering removing the…

Liquor violations triple in past three years

Liquor law violations have tripled on campus from 75 violations in 2011 to 225 violations in 2013, according…

Eckerd continues to examine relations with ELS

In a polarizing decision in September, Eckerd administration removed ELS males from campus. It is an issue that…

Battle on the ballot:Expert comes to campus to hash out the pros and cons of passing Proposition Two in Florida

Battle on the ballot:Expert comes to campus to hash out the pros and cons of passing Proposition Two in Florida

In less than three weeks medical marijuana could be legal in the state of Florida. The issue is…

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…

Two Drinks Ago program expands campaign

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

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