Florida Southern News

The Proposal: Love and … Microeconomics?

In what is likely a first here at FSC or possibly anywhere , Michael Wilson chose a microeconomics class to propose to his girlfriend, first-year student Bree Olson.

A Farewell Exhibition from James and Ann Rogers

The Rogers chose a few dozen works and organized them into an exhibition in the College’s Melvin Gallery. Some of those works are for sale through silent auction bids.

Casey Moulton '13 Takes the Stage at the University of Louisville

When Casey Moulton graduated from Florida Southern College in 2013, he became the first in his immediate family to hold a bachelor’s degree. But the Jenkins Scholar did not stop there. After attending the Southeastern Theatre Conference (SETC), Moulton caught the attention of numerous graduate programs and ultimately accepted a full scholarship and an assistantship position at the University of Louisville’s master of fine arts in acting program.

State Gives $400,000 for Restoration Of Annie Pfeiffer Chapel

The Division of Historical Resources awarded two grants to Florida Southern, including a major grant to restore the interior of the Annie Pfeiffer Chapel to its original state.

Students Urged to Remember Dr. King’s Legacy

Florida Southern College Trustee Evett L. Simmons ’79 delivered a stirring message at the annual campus celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King’s life and legacy.