The light in the middle of the “Night”: Eckerd College mourns death of Professor and Holocaust Survivor Elie Wiesel

The light in the middle of the “Night”: Eckerd College mourns death of Professor and Holocaust Survivor Elie Wiesel

By: Brianna Spieldenner, Managing Editor Elie Wiesel, 87, writer of “Night” and longtime Eckerd professor died on Saturday, July 2, in his home in New York City, New York, after battling an illness, according to CNN. Wiesel is globally-known for being one of the many faces of the…

Community mourns rising senior Maggie Fenney’s death

By: Brianna Spieldenner, Managing Editor Maggie Fenney, rising senior, passed away in an automobile wreck on Tuesday, June 28. She was driving to her home in the Florida Keys when she had a head-on collision with a truck. Described in an email sent out to the Eckerd community…

Lemonade: The manifesto of the black woman

Lemonade: The manifesto of the black woman

Dorothy-Mae Eldemire, Design Editor When Beyoncé released Lemonade on Sat. April 23 on HBO, the world stopped — not just because Beyonce released a new album, but because Beyoncé released an unapologetic pro-black and deeply personal love story in the form of a visual album, filled with some of…

Festival of Cultures showcases cultures on campus

Festival of Cultures showcases cultures on campus

By Andrea Depina-Gomes, Culture Editor The GO Pavillion Apr. 15: an array of flags all colors of the rainbow…

Rooms blocked during room draw push students to Beta, Zeta

Rooms blocked during room draw push students to Beta, Zeta

By Nicole Decker, Asst. News Editor Changes were made to this year’s room draw process in order to make…

New courses announced for fall

By Marlene Heyning, Staff Writer Starting in the fall, Eckerd will be offering two new minors in Sustainability and…

Overdoses in nearby counties raise concerns about recreational drug use

Overdoses in nearby counties raise concerns about recreational drug use

By Marlene Heyning, Staff Writer llas County Sheriff’s Office held a press conference highlighting details of nine Pinellas County…

Third Humanities Symposium showcases student research

Third Humanities Symposium showcases student research

By Victoria Carodine, News Editor Senior Shannon Shikles started working on her Film Studies research project in September. A…

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