Florida Southern News

Ashley Gentile '13 is Making the World a Better Place

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.

Professor and Student Help Grow a Better House Plant

Thanks to Prof. Malcolm Manners and FSC senior Adam Caple, a previously unknown variety of dracaena may be gracing people’s homes before long.

Dedications, Music, and Fun Marked Homecoming 2014

FSC alums came from far and near to the annual Homecoming weekend March 14-16.

Founders Day: Homer Hickam Touts Conviction and Community

Aeronautical engineer and author Homer Hickam, Jr.,  was the guest speaker at the March 14 Convocation, which marked the College’s 129th year.

Pulitzer Prize Winning Author Lectures About Forgotten Civil Rights Case

Gilbert King’s lecture, sponsored by the Lawton Chiles, Jr., Center for Florida History, was based on his recent book, Devil in the Grove.