Elections elicit electric response

By Dan Whitely   Staff Writer In the aftermath of new elections, many are led to speculate about the upcoming terms of those recently elected or reelected. While this may be a useful way to gauge where the country might be heading, it is often an unfruitful practice.…

Holidays bring LGBT body image to light

In just a few weeks, Eckerd students will be going home for winter break. For many, that will mean celebrating Christmas with family, bedazzled trees, expensive gifts, lights, magic and stuffing ourselves with copious amounts of food, all while listening to “Jingle Bell Rock” on repeat. But according…

Dear Abby

Dear Abby, I am a freshman who recently was given a car by my parents. Now that I can drive, I was wondering about where to go eat off-campus. What are some really good (non-fastfood) restaurants that are close to campus? Thanks, Very Hungry   Dear Very Hungry,…

Senior looks back as Eckerd moves forward

The rapid growth of Eckerd’s campus might be likened to the vibrant and progressive outlook of Floridian development…

Rise in female superheroes empowers women

It’s official. I want to be Ming-Na Wen when I grow up. The 51-year-old actress has been in…

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…

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…

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…

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