Florida Southern News
Veteran theathrical performer Raymond Jaramillo McLeod gave FSC Musical Theatre students pointers on how to present themselves at an audition and listened to performances by the students, showing them how to improve their theatrical singing.
Woods, a senior fellow of the Ludwig von Mises Institute in Auburn, Ala., gave the inaugural lecture in the series, based on his book, Rollback: Repealing Big Government Before the Coming Fiscal Collapse.
Every year as part of Junior Journey, FSC’s travel study option guaranteed to juniors and seniors, Florida Southern students head out on the road, bound for every part of the world, looking for adventure and experiences that expand their minds and souls.
Ashley Gentile ’13 is living proof that passion and preparation can take you anywhere. Last spring, she was accepted into the highly selective Oncology Nurse Practitioner program at Duke University—one of the only ones in the nation. Despite the prestigious nature of the program, Ashley is ultimately more excited about what comes after she crosses the stage next spring: contributing to the global health community.
Thanks to Prof. Malcolm Manners and FSC senior Adam Caple, a previously unknown variety of dracaena may be gracing people’s homes before long.