Friendly Fire: Summer Internships

Summer internships bring experience, boost resume By Dan Whitely  Columnist With spring semester quickly coming to a close and the stress of projects and finals, it is easy to forget about what summer will entail. Eckerd students can take many different routes on their three months off, but…

6 years of The Current: Seniors say sayonara…

6 years of The Current: Seniors say sayonara…

Dominick Cuppetilli Sports Editor Visual Arts major; Anthropology and Journalism Minor Once The Current has you, it really doesn’t let you go. The first time I came to one of The Current’s meetings, all I wanted to do was take photos. I enjoy writing, but I had never really…

Rainbow Connection: Diamond’s case highlights equality needs, rights in prisons

Intersectionality is the idea that different oppressions, such as racism and sexism, compound and affect each other in unpredictable ways in the lives of people who are part of multiple marginalized groups.  For example, feminists must take into account the effects of racism on black women in working…

Disconnect between Eckerd and St. Pete apparent

Disconnect between Eckerd and St. Pete apparent

Disconnect. One word with many meanings. As a noun, it means a discrepancy, a lack of connection. The…

Friendly Fire: Scholarships

Academic scholarships on equal playing field with athletics By Dan Whitely  Columnist With tuition at Eckerd rising every…

Eckerd lacks racial diversity, compensates with diversity of interests, abilities

Eckerd lacks racial diversity, compensates with diversity of interests, abilities

Before you came to Eckerd, you probably flipped through brochures and pamphlets advertising this school. You saw images…

Transgender-friendly feminism

Transgender-friendly feminism

At Eckerd, we have had a long history of politically-minded students protesting for what they believe is rights…

Freshman year: Haphazard experience or a Human Experience?

Freshman year begins with a shot in the dark, a near-random class and mentor assignment that could land…

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