“Split” Film Review

By: Logan Coleman       Spilt is the latest psychological thriller by M. Night Shyamalan, the film definitely has moments of intense terror and I was surprised by the comedic elements of the film. I would say that the issues within the film lie within the way they use child abuse and mental illness…

Super Bowl LI, Falcons and G.O.A.T’s

On Sunday night viewers around the world collectively screamed a variety of four-letter words at the top of their lungs. Patriot fans yelled “YEAH!” While every other football fan yelled ____! (you can fill in the blank). In a game 51 years in the making, the Atlanta Falcon and New England Patriots tore the house…

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…

Are You Feeling SAD?

By: Sarah Elizabeth It’s that time of year again! The sun sets earlier, the outdoor social events have drastically minimized, the cold has come, and you might be feeling a bit blue. Well, if you’re struggling with a bad case of the “winter blues”,  you might be a victim of the ugly SAD monster. Seasonal…

Don’t Shop- Adopt!

By: Lori Mazeikis The Jacksonville Humane Society (JHS) has been serving the area’s pet population since 1885 where it began as the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA). In 1920, it became the Humane Society and twelve acres of land were donated by the Bowden family for the welfare of animals. In…

Top 3 Games to Watch this Weekend (Week 10)

By: Hunter Wright New Orleans Saints (4-4) vs. Denver Broncos (6-2) On the outside looking in: that is the Saints current playoff position. With the season half-over, they need to mount an inspired winning streak in order to secure a wildcard berth. How is this possible? They have a future Hall of Famer at quarterback,…

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…

FSCJ Professor Dr. Tim Gilmore to hold special book reading of his latest work Devil in the Baptist Church: Bob Gray’s Unholy Trinity

Writer – Darick Taylor The latest book by prolific author and FSCJ professor Dr. Tim Gilmore, Devil in the Baptist Church: Bob Gray’s Unholy Trinity, is perhaps his most personal nonfiction project to date. The subject of Devil in the Baptist Church is the deceased Rev. Bob Gray, who served as pastor at Trinity Baptist…

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,…

Humans of FSCJ – 5/25/2016

    “Where did you learn to ask such fabulous questions? Speech class?  Hmm. Does everyone have to have a story? I typically prefer biographies to novels. I like reality. However, I sometimes feel like Don Quixote, with experiences ranging from the sublime to the inconsequential. Helping students understand the fundamentals of speech and the…

What the Internet Giveth it Also Taketh Away.

Writer – Kristiano Leme   Internet access has changed the way many industries and individuals carry out day-to-day activities. Be it a small business interacting with potential clients, or a family member wishing another a happy birthday, it seems that most of our lives are now conducted via an internet connection. But with this connectivity comes a…

Chappell Child Development Center

Writer: Aisling Healy The hidden building in the back of South Campus is the Chappell Child Development Cetner (CCDC). Contrary to popular belief you do not have to be a student at FSCJ to enroll your child. The CCDC is open to the public, and accepts ages one through five and has seven other centers located around Jacksonville.…

FSCJ Press Release – Florida legislature approves $2 million in appropriations for FSCJ’s Medical and Nursing Simulation Center

For Immediate Release: March 18, 2016 Contact: Jill Johnson, (904) 632-5016 Florida legislature approves $2 million in appropriations for FSCJ’s Medical and Nursing Simulation Center JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ) received $2 million in appropriations to create a new Medical and Nursing Simulation Center at FSCJ’s North Campus, located on 4501…