2015 News Archive

News - 8/12/2015

Princeton Review Recognizes FSC Among The Nation’s Best Colleges

For the sixth consecutive year, Florida Southern College has been included in The Princeton Review’s prestigious college guidebook, The Best 380 Colleges. Only 15 percent of America’s 2,500 four-year colleges were selected, and Florida Southern’s inclusion in...


News - 8/10/2015

Florida Southern College debuts business-themed bachelor's program

There will be a new bachelor's degree program at Florida Southern College this fall that focuses on how businesses function in society as a whole.


News - 8/4/2015

Jasmine Childress ’15 Wins Award at National Meeting

Fulbright Fellowship finalist Jasmine Childress ’15 won the Meritorious Oral Presentation Award, a prize typically given to advanced graduate students, at the annual meeting of the American Society of Parasitologists in Omaha, Neb., in June. Childress was one of fiv...


News - 8/4/2015

All Wright, All Day celebrates 75th anniversary of Florence architectural landmark

If you’re a fan of architecture — especially that of Frank Lloyd Wright’s designs — a new August event is going to be all right.


News - 7/31/2015

FSC Completes Interior Restoration Of Historic Annie Pfeiffer Chapel

As part of Florida Southern College’s ongoing commitment to preserve its historic Frank Lloyd Wright collection of structures, a project was recently completed to thoroughly restore the interior of the signature Annie Pfeiffer Chapel. The chapel—the first of the W...


News - 7/30/2015

Florida Southern Signs 7 in Recruiting Class for Women's Basketball

Entering her second season as the head women's basketball coach at Florida Southern, Betsy Harris will have to replace six players from last season's team that finished sixth in the Sunshine State Conference.


News - 7/28/2015

Roundabout Opens: Officials Hope Structure Will Calm Traffic in Popular Area

The roundabout emerged from a traffic safety task force three years ago that identified a roundabout as a method for calming traffic in the area. Read the full story at The Ledger website.


News - 7/28/2015

Theatre Students On Stage This Summer

Two senior FSC Theatre Arts majors, Mister Fitzgerald and Jonathon Timpanelli, spent their summer working as professional actors in regional theatres across the country.    Mister Fitzgerald spent the summer at the Shenandoah Summer Music Theatre in Virgin...


News - 7/27/2015

FSC Professor Authors First Biography of William P. Duval

It has been a remarkable month for Professor of History James M. Denham. He has two books published at the same time, one of which -- a biography of early territorial Governor William P. DuVal -- took more than 20 years to write. The early years of Florida as we know it were ...


News - 7/24/2015

Tutu's Cyber Café: For Students By Students

As the sun shines brightly through the glass walls of Tûtû’s, the café is a welcome sight to visitors looking for a chance to escape the Florida heat.  Overlooking the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Water Dome, students also appreciate the location for its food, coffee...