Eckerd supports electric vehicles, installs new charging station

In early October, a school-sponsored charging station was installed for owners of electric cars. Placed in the Environmental Sciences and Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science buildings parking lot, the new station is operated by a company called ChargePoint. ChargePoint operates roughly 80 other stations throughout Pinellas County. With…

Student curbs Caribbean misconceptions

Student  curbs Caribbean misconceptions

When the word Caribbean comes to mind, many think of paradise, beaches, sand and sunshine. The Caribbean is also filled with people who are proud of their culture and roots. After spending 16 years of my life in the Bahamas, I identify with these people. I was born…

Hollings Scholarship Winners Provide Eckerd a Legacy

Hollings Scholarship Winners Provide Eckerd a Legacy

With the announcement of the 2014 Hollings Scholars, Eckerd’s nation-leading number of winners rose to 55. The number is staggering given that such a small school has competed with major research one (R1) universities and has come out on top. The closest school is the University of Miami…

Matt Flynn strums his way across campus

Matt Flynn strums his way across campus

Within five minutes of sitting down to talk to Senior Matt Flynn, it was obvious that this student…

Female body hair: history of women shaving

 According to a survey of 540 American women conducted by the American Laser Center, women shave about 12…

Looking back on year one: Freshman volleyball player reflects on first year as collegiate athlete

Freshman year: different home, different school, different life, new food, new friends, new homework… sound familiar? Now add…

Drunk on Science

Drunk on Science

I sip a lukewarm PBR in front of my blank computer screen. Unlike most cases of writer’s block, this…

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