A March of Silence- FSCJ Remembers MLK

January 16, 2018- Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy lives on beyond a street sign and a national holiday: his passion still dwells deeply today among many. At FSCJ’s MLK Jr. Remembrance Ceremony at South Campus on Jan. 16, a silent march commenced. Several dozen showed unwavering resolve, marching to effect change with tenacious silence. The…

Students and Faculty team up against proposed budget cuts

A rally of young and veteran minds came together to express their disdain over the state’s proposal to take away funding for FSCJ. Thursday, of May 25, presented the opportunity for the students of FSCJ and faculty alike to voice a very serious concern that could possibly twist and turn the everyday resources used at…

FSCJ’s Forensics Team Places at Regional Speech Competitions

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Florida State College at Jacksonville’s (FSCJ) Forensics team earned the Quality Award and placed third overall in two out of three regional speech tournaments hosted by Berry College, University of West Florida (UWF) and FSCJ. During Fall Term, the team bested competitors from some of the top universities in the country, including University of Florida, Florida…

The Frightening Truth About The Foods We Eat

Writer: Bert Villena In the vast world of consumption, there is a wide variety of foods that exist. With intensive research and close analysis, I have classified these foods into three categories: foods that don’t want to be eaten, foods that do, and foods that don’t care. The most intelligent of the groups are the…

JASMYN Food and Hygiene Drive

JASMYN are collecting items for their Food and Hygiene Drive in the student lounge at South Campus from Thursday November 17 through November 21.

The sights and interviews of the 2016 Faculty Art Show at South Campus

The 2016 Faculty Art Show opened at The Wilson Gallery Art Gallery on September 29, 2016, located on South Campus. Professors and other faculty members from all campus’s submitted works ranging from canvas work to sculpture to 3d printing. The Faculty Art Exhibit will be on display through October 18th. Below are a few of…

FSCJ Represents in the HeadsUpAmerica $2000 #FreeCommunityCollegeStory

We are proud to share the work of 3 of our FSCJ Students who have been selected for the HeadsUpAmerica $2000 #FreeCommunityCollegeStory.  Voting will take place through Oct. 8 and each view helps.  Check out the work below and vote, you could be helping a fellow classmate continue with their degree.   Arvie Witherspoon Annabel Shettel…

The Real F Word

Writer –  Daniel Sheffield Love is a strange and beautiful thing. The idea of being in love, spending time with someone, caring about them, and having them care about you are all things that might cause an individual to look for love. At around 16, I learned about love. Since then, there has been one…

Student Speaker Series – Susan Kinhofer – “Staycation at the Studios”

Susan Kinhofer submitted an editorial giving her opinion on why we should skip “the mouse” and hit up “the studios” for your next Orlando staycation. Listen as Susan explains the amazing things to do, see, and drink! She even shares a personal story about an amazing experience with Spider-Man.  

“F” is For Finals

Writer –  Kennedy Ryder We have all been there, in fact, many of us are there right now. You step onto campus and you can feel it in the air, the stress, caffeine, and sleep-deprived induced haze your fellow students are stumbling around in. What day is it? Is Obama still president? Wait, is that…

Change of Heart. A reflection on the Orlando Pulse tragedy.

Writer – Stephanie Lewis   Many of us woke up Sunday morning (June 13, 2016) to the news of the shooting in an Orlando nightclub called Pulse. The shooting left 49 dead and 53 wounded. On their website Pulse describes themselves as “Orlando’s Premier Gay Nightclub.” This shooting has touched the hearts of many, but my…

Justin Case You Haven’t Seen It: The Hateful Eight

Writer: Justin Case Quentin Tarantino is a force to be reckoned with when it comes to the art of creating motion pictures. His film Pulp Fiction won the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival in 1994 and helped make his presence known in the film industry. If you have seen Pulp Fiction, then you…

Student Speaker Series: Amber Green – Jacksonville Refugee Crisis

Writer: Amber Green   As part of the FSCJ The Campus Voice Student Speaker Series, Amber Green submitted this piece on Jacksonville’s Refugee Crisis. Speaking with special guests from World Relief Jacksonville (www.facebook.com/worldreliefjacksonville)and Lutheran Social Services of NE Florida (www.facebook.com/pages/Lutheran-S…/499950613489422 ).  

Student Speaker Series – Jacksonville Human Rights Ordinance

As part of the The Campus Voice FSCJ Student Speaker Series, we bring you a conversation. It’s a conversation about the Jacksonville Human Rights Ordinance and its impact on us as students and more importantly as people. Lenny Cobb and his guests Chris Traylor & Drew Walker created and had a conversation that you should…

Press Release – FSCJ receives multi-year grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for needs-based nursing scholarships In

For Immediate Release: July 19, 2016 Contact: Jill Johnson, (904) 632-5016   FSCJ receives multi-year grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for needs-based nursing scholarships JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ) was awarded a four-year grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services – Human Resources…

Speakers Announced for TEDxFSCJ: ENGAGE

For Immediate Release: July 6, 2016 Contact: Jill Johnson, (904) 632-5016   Speakers Announced for TEDxFSCJ: ENGAGE   WHAT:          TEDxFSCJ has revealed the presenters for its upcoming annual October event, which aims to elevate locally driven ideas. TEDxFSCJ is a motivating one-day event inspired by TED and produced by a diverse group of FSCJ students,…