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News - 2/5/2015

Jackie Stoelting ’08 Tees Off on the LPGA Tour

Jackie Barenborg Stoelting ’08 is walking to the first tee for a practice round at Golden Ocala Golf & Equestrian Club in Ocala, two days before the start of the Coates Golf Championship, the first tournament in the LPGA’s 2015 season. A fan recognizes her.&ldq...

News - 2/4/2015

Meet Brent Willobee '12

A Mio, Michigan native and 2012 FSC alum, Brent Willobee is currently an M.D. candidate at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences in D.C.  Inspired by “House” and the love for science and medicine, Brent worked hard during his ...

News - 2/3/2015

Authors To Discuss National Impact Of The Seminole Indian Wars

Drawing attention to its role in slavery and territorial expansion, a lecture on the Seminole Indian Wars, which spanned over 40 years, will be the subject of the next Florida Lecture Series at Florida Southern College on Feb. 5.Authors John and Mary Lou Missall will give the ...

News - 1/30/2015

Lakeland wants to be known for its college-town

Lakeland wants to be known for its college-town.

News - 1/28/2015

Conference Keynote Address To Discuss Black Florida Colonial Leader

The leader of a Spanish colonial Florida city of free blacks will be the subject of a special lecture in the Florida Lecture Series at Florida Southern College on Feb. 14. The lecture, “Filling in the Missing Pieces: The Extraordinary Life of Captain Francisco Menendez, ...

News - 1/26/2015

Carlee McDonald Bypasses Job, Finds Unexpected Purpose

Carlee McDonald Bypasses Job, Finds Unexpected Purpose

News - 1/23/2015

Day of Impact Honors Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Florida Southern College combined Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s vision for equality with an opportunity to help others through Day of Impact, an event where the FSC community and local organizations engaged in a service project. The day of service and celebration, he...

News - 1/20/2015

Jonathan Adler To Give Lecture On Law And The Environment At FSC

The case for reforming regulations to protect the environment and encourage economic growth is the subject of the next lecture in the Politics, Law, and Economics Lecture Series at Florida Southern College.Jonathan H. Adler, the Johan Verheij Memorial Professor of Law and dire...

News - 1/19/2015

Standing Ovation for La Traviata

When the lights dimmed in Branscomb Auditorium, the soft rustling of skirts and tailcoats filled the air backstage as student and professional performers alike readied themselves for the first act of La Traviata, an opera performed on the evening of Saturday, January 17.Set in...

News - 1/19/2015

FSC Festival Of Fine Arts Presents Over The Rainbow

One of the most versatile and beloved musicians in the industry, contemporary jazz artist Hilary Kole, accompanied by her Big Band, is coming to Florida Southern College as part of FSC’s Festival of Fine Arts. Ms. Kole will present Over the Rainbow, showcasing classics f...