FMU printing policy reduces paper waste

FMU printing policy reduces paper waste

Jasmin Mitchell & Rebekah Davis, Staff Writers

FMU officials recently addressed students’ concerns about the printing policy that was enacted in fall 2015. The new policy was designed to fix environmental and financial issues that were caused by excessive printing in the James A. Rogers Library, the Stanton Academic Computer Center,... READ MORE »

FMU police arrest man for forgery

Rachel Droze, Editor-in-Chief

FMU Campus Police arrested a 20-year-old man Jan. 28 for forgery after finding eight counterfeit $100 bills in his possession, according to a campus police report. The report said Justin Scott Daniels of Florence, a non-student, was detained by a campus police officer after a routine traffic stop...  Read More »

Feb 8

FMU honors continues faculty, student rivalry

Jasmin Mitchell & Lauren Owens, Staff Writers

The FMU honors program held its second annual students-versusfaculty volleyball game in the Smith University Center (UC). On Jan. 20, professors and honors students played volleyball against each other. Four games were played. The first two were studentsversus- faculty, and the last two games consisted...  Read More »

Feb 2

P.O.D convenience store to open

P.O.D convenience store to open

Jasmin Mitchell, Staff Writer

A new convenience store is being constructed in Ervin Dining Hall on campus. “Provisions on Demand”...  Read More »

Feb 2

Rabbi shares lessons learned from Holocaust

Kimberley Boswell, Staff Writer

The Multicultural Advisory Board (MAB) hosted an International Holocaust Remembrance Program to honor the lives of those who died at Nazi Germany’s hands. This annual event drew in members of the community, FMU faculty and students. Rabbi Leah Doberne- Schor, a scholar of Jewish history and religion,...  Read More »

Feb 2

Columbia City Ballet Performs “Aladdin”

Columbia City Ballet Performs “Aladdin”

Leah Power, Staff Writer

Columbia City Ballet premiered “Aladdin” on Saturday Jan. 23 for the first time in 13 years at FMU’s...  Read More »

Feb 2

4Plays script submissions now open

Rebekah Davis, Assistant Editor

Student-written plays are currently being accepted for the 2016 4Plays, an annual event highlighting various aspects of sexual health and identity. Students must submit scripts by Feb. 15 so that there is enough time for staging and memorizing lines. Groups may also submit plays, and writers are also...  Read More »

Feb 2

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Leah’s Life Lessons: Another New Year’s Resolution

Leah Power, Staff Writer

This semester I decided to try something different. After spending my break binge-watching Sex and The City, I decided to test one of the show’s ideas. I chose to spend...  Read More »

February 2, 2016

Private Fears in Public Places

Lauren Owens, Content Editor

I have loved the medical field since I was a child. There is such a broad world when looking at the science of medicine and disease. As I grew older and took science classes...  Read More »

February 2, 2016

Anna’s Adventures: Paper Towns by John Green

Anna Jackson, Staff Writer

Looking through one of the must-read lists of 2015, I came across “Paper Towns” by John Green, a Printzawarded author. Being one of the people who did not go and see the...  Read More »

February 2, 2016

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Browning leads Pats to victory over Bobcats

Browning leads Pats to victory over Bobcats

David Crane , Sports Writer

A full stat line from sophomore point guard Detrek Browning helped the FMU men's basketball team secure a 91-74 win against Peach Belt Conference (PBC) opponent the Georgia...  Read More »

February 2, 2016

Meet The Athletes, Betty Suggs

Meet The Athletes, Betty Suggs

Catherine Hyman, Staff Writer

Betty Suggs, a freshman elementary education major, said she is ecstatic about the experiences she is gaining as a cheerleader at FMU. Suggs said she has been involved...  Read More »

February 2, 2016

Free throws give Patriots win over Armstrong State

Free throws give Patriots win over Armstrong State

David Crane , Sports Writer

FMU guards Alante Fenner and Detrek Browning scored 20 points each and got the edge over Peach Belt Conference (PBC) opponent Armstrong State in the Saturday Jan. 9 game in...  Read More »

January 15, 2016

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