Dramatory: Change the dynamic, dethrone drama kings, queens

Dramatory: Change the dynamic, dethrone drama kings, queens

It’s almost the end of the semester and everyone’s either ready to go home or simply tired of seeing the people in their dorm constantly, so it’s not strange that dorm drama is happening all over. There’s always that one drama in a dorm that flares up and…

An open letter to the Eckerd community: The Current’s response to President Eastman’s “An Open Letter to Students

An open letter to the Eckerd community: The Current’s response to President Eastman’s “An Open Letter to Students

Opinions expressed in this article are those of The Current’s Editor-in-Chief Sydney Cavero, Managing Editors Gary Furrow and Teresa Young, Science and Tech Editor Emma Cotton, Science & Tech Asst. Editor Sarah Raney, News Editor Chelsea Duca, Asst. Layout Editor Andrew Friedman and Online Editor Hailey Escobar. In…

Friendly Fire: Contrasting the issue of military contractors

By Matthew Cramer Staff Writer Few incidents in the Iraq war have shocked the American public quite like the Nisour Square incident, when American contractors fired machine guns and threw grenades into an Iraqi traffic circle, killing 17 Iraqi citizens and injuring 20 others. None of them were…

Dear Abby

Dear Abby, I don’t know what I want to do for the rest of my life. I am…

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…

Body art: Permanent ink does not pop the Eckerd bubble

Body art: Permanent ink does not pop the Eckerd bubble

If you were to tell a sensible person that the way you expressed yourself is by placing ink…

#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…

Media response to ebola

As a small handful of Ebola cases pop up in the U.S., the only thing we should fear…

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