2017 News Archive

News - 5/8/2017

Professor and Student to Perform Together in Bulgaria

In the genteel world of classical music, the competition to play in prominent festivals can be as fierce as any reality-TV show. So it is an extraordinary feat for both Dr. Kira Omelchenko, assistant professor of music, and junior Olivia Smith to be chosen to participate as co...

News - 5/4/2017

FSC Students Explore Gulf Coast Waters with Freedom Boat Club

Thanks to a generous arrangement with Freedom Boat Club, FSC students can now explore a wide variety of marine habitats and ecosystems, and the arrangement is already paying benefits.Led by Dr. Bryan Franks, assistant professor of marine biology, and Dr. Laura Habegger, visiti...

News - 4/27/2017

Queen Noor Of Jordan Will Be Speaker At Mother’s Day Luncheon

Her Majesty Queen Noor Al-Hussein of Jordan, honored around the world as a philanthropist, human rights activist, and public servant, will be the guest speaker at The Roberts Academy’s fourth annual Mother’s Day Luncheon. The luncheon, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., on...

News - 4/20/2017

Festival Of Fine Arts Concludes With “Symphonic Jubilations”

The 2016-2017 season of the Festival of Fine Arts at Florida Southern College concludes with a flourish next week with a concert by the FSC Symphony Orchestra. The concert, “Symphonic Jubilations,” takes place at 7:30 p.m. on April 27 at Branscomb Auditorium o...

News - 4/20/2017

New Construction Continues FSC Lakefront Transformation

Florida Southern College continues putting its mark on its Hollingsworth lakefront with construction of the France Family Admissions Center, a dramatic building at Lake Hollingsworth Drive and Callahan Court.

News - 4/18/2017

Studying Ecotourism in Costa Rica

Costa Rica is one of those places that has been on my bucket list for as long as I’ve had a bucket list. When I found out that my English professor was leading this trip, and that it would be completely free for me, I knew that I couldn’t turn this opportunity down...

News - 4/12/2017

Engaging Activities in Political Science

A key goal of the political science program is engaging students with politics at the local, state, national and international levels, allowing them to think critically about the issues that impact their lives.Recently, thanks to a generous gift from Dr. Sarah D. McKay, Dr. Br...

News - 4/10/2017

Musicians are Athletes!

I grew up in an environment where my parents exposed my siblings and me to music in addition to multiple sports. Although I played violin and organ, my passion was playing basketball. Yet, my brother became a professional maestro while I dabbled in everything related to exerci...

News - 4/6/2017

Veni, Vidi, Vici: An Italian Junior Journey

3 Cities | 1 Week A math themed trip: 1 slice of pizza + 1 bowl of pasta = happiness Dr. Serrano and her husband took 12 students to three beautiful cities in Italy: Rome, Florence, and Venice. When in Rome...Look up. Look around. Rome is like a museum. From the...

News - 4/6/2017

Biblical Symposium To Focus On Immigration

The annual Biblical Symposium at Florida Southern College will focus on the current topic of inclusion and immigration, with three guest speakers bringing scholarly and practical perspectives to the subject. The symposium, “The Sojourner in Your Midst: Inclusion and...