About 50 Eckerd students gathered in front of Franklin Templeton at noon April 21 to protest Florida laws and proposed legislation that restrict the rights of women, teachers, students, and the LGBTQ community. Among the crowd on the lawn were a few professors and President James Annarelli. Read moreEckerd students join statewide walkout to protest Florida laws
Senior marine science major Cameron Larmer will release the album “Baby Shower,” a love letter to people who have impacted him and contributed to his growth, today on all platforms. Read moreEckerd student releases debut album, ‘Baby Shower’
The cafeteria that has stood at the campus’s heart since 1958 will be undergoing major changes beginning Fall semester of 2023. Read moreNew cafeteria to open doors January 2025
Triton’s rugby team showed heart and grit defeating Division 1 The University of Cincinnati in the annual Tropical 7s tournament April 7-9 in Tampa. Unfortunately, they didn't have the same success against the club from Division 1 University of Alabama. Eckerd competed against teams from a… Read moreEckerd’s Men Rugby competes with the world at Tampa Tropical 7’s
Tampa Bay Rowdies must have been named after the fans. Al Lang Stadium, the heart of downtown St. Petersburg, pollutes the spring Saturday night air with yellow and green cheers. Read moreRowdies and Ralph's Mob
Moodle. We all know the name. The website we visit more than we text our friends and loved ones. Okay, well maybe not that much, but a fair amount of Eckerd Student time is spent on Moodle turning in assignments, scrambling to find various syllabuses, and just making sure you’re staying afloat. Read moreDear Moodle, I want to break up with you.
It’s early April and, as a senior, you’re getting ready to graduate in just over a month. Maybe you’re happy to move on and ambitious to start the next chapter of your life. Maybe you have a job lined up already, or are going to continue on to graduate school, accumulating even more student … Read moreOn the complexity of facing the real world
Eckerd College’s 16th Annual Research Symposium took the James Center by storm once again to showcase some of the many research projects Eckerd students have been working on. Among the many posters and images were experiments in the medical field, natural sciences and political sciences. Read more2023 Eckerd College Research Symposium Highlights
Have you ever heard the saying “don’t reinvent the wheel?” Dr. Tracy Fanara asked the audience at a recent CPS event at Eckerd College. Read moreFor Women in STEM, success is a mix of passion and perseverance
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