2015 News Archive

News - 11/20/2015

Bill Chope & Emma Hamrick Developing a Young Career in Marketing

Another alumnus who has taken an interest in creating internships for FSC students is Bill Chope ’71, president of Crest Automotive Group, three dealerships in the metro Detroit area. At an event in Detroit for alumni and potential students, Associate Provost Dr. Mary Cr...

News - 11/17/2015

¡Te Amo Havana!

As we landed in the Jose Marti International Airport in Cuba, my anticipation was unbearable. The biggest surprise was the culture of Cuba. When we boarded the plane, I was actually worried that my group and I might be scorned by the Cuban people since the relations between ou...

News - 11/13/2015

Gartrell signs with Florida Southern

It’s been a busy month for Amanda Gartrell. Fresh off her Class 2A girls golf state finals runner-up finish, the Lake Gibson senior signed her National Letter of Intent to play at Florida Southern next season.

News - 11/13/2015

Opera Theater Influences Community with Strong Message

The FSC Opera Theater is taking the concept of community engagement out of Branscomb auditorium and into local elementary and middle schools with a new and exciting kind of educational outreach that inspires love of great music and with a contemporary message.Director and Prof...

News - 11/13/2015

Alex Charwin Hitting the Ground Running

Some students find internships through their own initiative. Alex Charwin ’15 won a paid internship with ConAgra, the multinational food and agriculture corporation, by attending a career fair through Enactus, the Barnett School’s social entrepreneurship club. He ...

News - 11/12/2015

Florida Southern Signs Bartow Catcher Alex Mace

Florida Southern didn’t have to look far to find a catcher — basically, just down the road. “I really love the campus,” said Mace, who committed to Florida Southern in May. “When I met with the coaches, I knew we would get along really well and th...

News - 11/12/2015

FSC Symphony Orchestra Fall Concert Features Works By Mozart And Tchaikovsky

Works by Mozart, Haydn and Tchaikovsky will be featured in the fall concert by the Florida Southern College Symphony Orchestra on Nov. 17.The concert, “Symphonic Soundscapes,” will take place in Branscomb Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. A pre-concert discussion at 7 p.m. w...

News - 11/11/2015

Lecture To Examine Impact Of Supreme Court’s Kelo Decision

On the 10th anniversary of one of the most controversial recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions, the Center for Free Enterprise at Florida Southern College will host a lecture to examine the impact of the Kelo v. City of New London case.Professor Ilya Somin of George Mason Univer...

News - 11/10/2015

FSC History Professor To Give Reading And Discussion On Recent Books

A Florida Southern College history professor and author of several notable books will give a reading from his two latest books, followed by a discussion, on Nov. 17.Prof. James M. Denham will read from his books, Florida Founder William P. DuVal, Frontier Bon Vivant and Fifty ...

News - 11/9/2015

Career Center Educates and Prepares Students for Workplace Success

Academic advising is a crucial element of undergraduate education. The Florida Southern Career Center provides a wide variety of resources for students to meet requirements for graduation and become qualified, prepared citizens searching for jobs within the workplace...