A Night to Remember with The FSCJ Jazz Ensemble and Jazz Combo

Writer – Craig Young One of the best things about being a student at Florida State College at Jacksonville is that we have options to see and do things that other colleges don’t provide or advertise. Our music program is an incredibly hidden gem that deserves top billing on any local stage.  Tonight, I attended…

The Breakup

By: Daniel Sheffield   As sad as it is to admit, most of us have been through a breakup at some point in our lives. To put it bluntly: they suck. Getting dumped, being the dumper, all of it. We find solace in our friends and family, food, video games and movies, and other earthly…

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…

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…

Don’t Miss The Capitol Steps presents by the FSCJ Artist Series

As a political nerd, upon going to see The Capitol Steps I was blown away by the brilliance and wit that went into the composition of the humor and overall acting of the skits. Some of you may be thinking, what even is The Capitol Steps? They are a group of five previous congressional staffers…

My Facebook Relationship

Writer – Aaron Murdoch   It seems like on a daily basis there is another digital avenue available to share our personal thoughts and pictures for our online friends. Personally, I fought the temptation of falling victim to joining the social medium phenomenon for many years. I first began to use text messaging back in…

Univision Jacksonville

In November 2015, Univision 18 Jacksonville started with two local shows and advertisements on the Univision’s cable channel. By Summer 2016, Watsnu Media should produce Spanish-language local news for the Hispanic population living in Jacksonville, Florida. Watsnu Media is an affiliate of Univision Communications Inc. and chose Jacksonville as the first affiliate in the northeast…

Labyrinth Created at FSCJ South Campus For World Peace Day

In honor of International Peace Day, our very own Professor of humanities Holly Masturzo, decided that celebrating such a day was not meant for stuffy classrooms and powerpoints. With the help of her students, Professor Masturzo cleared out one of the rickety old tennis courts in the back of campus and transformed it into an…

Head Start & Lutheran Services Florida offer assistance to change lives

Writer –  Claudia García In Jacksonville, some organizations like Lutheran Services Florida (LSF), have programs to help transform the lives of people regardless of age, background and belief. Head Start/Early Head Start is a program that offers services to all eligible children and families. Maria McNair, deputy director of comprehensive services at Lutheran Services Florida…

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…

“When it comes to voting in August, you have options”

Writer –  BEN DOUTHETT We all know there’s a kinda-sorta-major election happening on November 8. But many people only follow politics casually, and they might not realize there’s a slightly-less-but-still-important election that is scheduled for August 30. The two major candidates for the White House have already been all but decided, but August’s statewide primary will…