How is a melting chocolate bunny related to a young elephant’s efforts to improve his father’s bad mood?
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“MCAT: King of the Curve” subscriptions are available to iPhone and iPad users.
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A message from Florida Southern for undergraduate students and parents
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A message from Florida Southern for students and parents
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A native of Winter Park, Guy D. Colado ’66 has had a long and distinguished career as an executive in the banking industry, and he has served his community and his nation with honor.
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Florida Trend magazine highlights impactful leaders within important business sectors in the state.
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Around the time when Frank Lloyd Wright’s long-dormant design for a Usonian House was taking shape in 2013 — to become the 13th of the famed architect’s distinctive structures at FSC — Wright’s unique vision began to be “purrfectly” translated in a whimsical-but-practical fashion.
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Trustee Susan Ezell Roberts ’66 is highly regarded as a successful entrepreneur, committed volunteer, and a woman of great faith. She exemplifies integrity and the utmost allegiance to value-based leadership in her professional role as executive vice president and chief operating officer of Capital Formation Counselors, Inc.
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Trustee R. Howard Wiggs ’86, a native of Mulberry, has carried forward the virtues of hard work, service to community, and faith in God that he learned growing up in Polk County.
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Dr. John Rodda, who served Florida Southern College as a trustee and
supporter of athletics — but most of all as a builder of its modern campus — died April 30, 2018, of complications from a long illness.
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School gains nine classrooms, including a mathematics lab, science lab, art room, and technology room.
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Named one of the South's Best Regional Universities, recognized in Best Undergraduate Teaching and Most Innovative lists.
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Carolyn Roberts ’69 has devoted much of her life to public service, and developed her deep passion for education as a student at Florida Southern College.
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Don't put your search on hold. Many colleges, including Florida Southern, are going the extra mile to ensure you can explore their programs and connect with their communities.
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Florida Southern's Doctoral Candidates Take On Timely and Significant Research
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When E.J. Salcines ’59 became a lawyer in Tampa in 1963, he and other
young legal professionals “with brand-new, shiny briefcases” would
mingle with more experienced judges and lawyers in the lobby of the
Hillsborough County Courthouse.
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Barney Barnett School of Business Newsletter Volume 1, Issue 2, September 1st 2020.
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