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FMU volleyball breaks even at Patriot Invitational tournament

Jessica Imbimbo, Editor-in-Chief

The Francis Marion University (FMU) women’s volleyball team finished 2-2 in their first four games of the 2014 season during the FMU Invitational Tournament,... READ MORE »»

Caption: Alexzandra Reed (5) reached double figures in kills for each match during the tournament, totaling 57 in just four games.

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Flag Football returns to FMU intramurals

Joshua Lloyd, Managing Editor

After a year off, intramural flag-football has returned and is looking better than ever. Unlike most intramural sports, the teams aren’t predetermined... READ MORE »»

Caption: After the combine on Wednesday, Sept. 10, students continued to show off skills during a small pick-up game. The first intramural football game is set for tuesday, Sept. 23.

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Professor Spotlight: T. Barbeau & G. Pryor – Dynamic duo shatters stereotypes, improves academia

Lauren Cole, Staff Writer

Professors of Biology, Tamatha Barbeau and Gregory Pryor, have been dominating the Biology department at Francis Marion University [FMU] for ten years... READ MORE »»

Caption: Barbeau and Pryor have worked in the biology department at FMU for 10 years. The couple brings classroom lessons to life with their unique teaching styles and methods.

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Red Cross Bloodmobile stops at FMU

Rebekah Davis, Staff Writer

The American Red Cross Donation Bus visited Francis Marion University (FMU) on September 3 in the Parking Lot H Lawn.   From 11am until 5pm, many... READ MORE »»

Caption: Students prepare to donate blood during the American Red Cross Blood Drive on Sept. 3. In a single donation, the amount of blood provided can save three lives.

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Involvement Fair returns to UC: Campus, community help students find niche

Jessica Imbimbo, Editor-in-Chief

On Wednesday, August 27, over 60 campus and community organizations were put on display at the Francis Marion University (FMU) Student Involvement Fair,... READ MORE »»

Caption: Over 700 students took part in the Involvement Fair where over 60 campus and community organizations were put on display.

Writing center extends services through website

Rachel Droze, Staff Writer

The Francis Marion University (FMU) Writing Center is now open for the 2014-2015 school year. The Writing Center was designed to help students, staff, and faculty with all... read story

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International exchange program diversifies campus

Tracy Howard, Staff Writer

The International Exchange Program and athletics department at Francis Marion University (FMU) attract international students who bring unique cultural experiences and add... read story

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Patriots weigh in against obesity

Jasmine DeBerry, Staff Writer

With the world being overtaken by the epidemic of obesity, it is very crucial that we learn to take back our bodies and come to the generalization that to eat healthier and... read story

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Career Connections readies students for post-graduation

Katrina Moses, Staff Writer

Francis Marion University’s (FMU) Career Development Department had its first Career Connections workshop on Wednesday, Sept. 3 to give students tools to be career ready... read story

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Rhodes on display at Hyman Fine Arts Center

Rebecca Cross, Assistant Editor

In between classes and during free time Francis Marion University (FMU) students and staff have the opportunity to view the work of regional artists in the first-floor lobby... read story

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Patriots pillaged by East Carolina

Brandon Rybak, Sports Writer

The Francis Marion University (FMU) women’s volleyball team finished 2-2 in their first four games of the 2014 season during the FMU Invitational Tournament, held in the... read story

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Sparks hopes to light fire for women’s basketball

Brandon Rybak, Sports Writer

Coach Jay Sparks is the new head of the Francis Marion University women’s basketball program. He might be the head coach of a powerhouse team in the Peach Belt Conference... read story

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