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News - 3/25/2015

Meet Brian Sutherland '11

Brian Sutherland ’11, lead singer, songwriter and founder of the Brian Sutherland Band, graduated from Florida Southern with a degree in music performance, and although his concentration was specifically the cello, this talented young alum is proficient in the guitar, ba...

News - 3/24/2015

Like La Périchole, Students Venture into the Unknown

As the curtains drew back to reveal a Peruvian square, music blossomed within Branscomb Auditorium on March 21. The show was La Périchole, a musical mixture of sweetness and laughter. It was a performance that coincidentally challenged students to go beyond their traditional r...

News - 3/24/2015

Matt Geras ’14 Wins Prestigious Doctoral Fellowship

A recent graduate of Florida Southern has received the most prestigious graduate fellowship offered by one of the nation’s elite centers for the study of political science. Matt Geras ’14, a summa cum laude graduate who was awarded the President’s Schola...

News - 3/23/2015

FSC To Host Rawlings Society Meeting

Florida Southern College will be the host next week of the annual meeting of a society devoted to the work of Florida author Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings. The 28th meeting of the Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Society will take place on campus March 26 and 27. The meeting will incl...

News - 3/23/2015

Hollingsworth Scholarship Celebrates Student Accomplishments

President Kerr took the stage last month for the Annual Scholarship Dinner and proudly introduced a new era in Florida Southern College’s scholarship opportunities. An event designated to celebrate student accomplishments took a pleasantly unexpected turn when the Hollin...

News - 3/20/2015

Slave Resistance The Subject Of FSC History Lecture

The overlooked story of slave resistance in Florida during the Second Seminole War will be the subject of the final lecture in the 2014-2015 Florida Lecture Series at Florida Southern College next week. Dr. Larry Rivers, professor of history at Valdosta State University, ...

News - 3/20/2015

Tango Buenos Aires Presents Song Of Eva Perón

The tango, the fiery and sensual dance that is synonymous with the culture of Argentina, is combined with the story of its controversial former president, Eva Perón, in the next special event in Florida Southern College’s Festival of Fine Arts. The dance troupe Tang...

News - 3/20/2015

Gage Nicholas ‘13 Lands Job in the Executive Office of the Governor

Though he entered the fast-paced sphere of politics just under two years ago, Gage Nicholas ‘13 is already employed in Tallahassee at a place he’s admired since elementary school: the Executive Office of the Governor.“The way everything just clicks, how much ...

News - 3/19/2015

Endowed Professorship: Hollis Family Donates $2 Million to Florida Southern College

This donation will help with free enterprise education, capitalism, business ethics and the history of American capitalism. The Hollis family has donated money to Florida Southern for scholarships previously for a variety of needs.

News - 3/18/2015

Annual Rubado Golf Tournament Offers Vacation Prize

The annual Charles R. Rubado Memorial Golf Scramble, which raises funds for a scholarship honoring the late Iraq War veteran, will be held on April 3 at the Cleveland Heights Municipal Golf Course. Registration begins at 11:30 a.m. with a shotgun start at 1 p.m.Registered part...