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Walking around Central London, you’ll notice cars driving on the left hand side of the road, construction workers reconstructing the sidewalk and maybe an ambulance from the hospital nearby. If you wander onto Gower Street toward the British Museum, you’ll notice a gold plaque on house 35 th…

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The fall 2019 Club Fair is this Friday Sept. 20 from 4:30 - 6:00 p.m. at the GO Pavillion. The Club Fair is an annual event hosted by ECOS and Campus Activities to introduce students to the many clubs on campus. Students that attend will get a chance to talk to club members about the goals o…

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Around 10 p.m. on Sept. 10, clad in a gold robe and unitard, Lizzo snatched a microphone and belted her opening number to a sold-out Yuengling Center Arena in Tampa, Fla. on her “I Love You Too” tour.

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The queen of pop is back! Taylor Swift released "Lover", her first solo owned album, on Aug. 23, mending all of her past personas together to showcase the growth she has made in the cutthroat music industry. 

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Check out the list for some of the upcoming concerts in and around Pinellas County for the month of September. 

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Flamingo Resort and Entertainment Complex hosted a Farewell Party on July 28, before it permanently closed on July 31 with plans for the property to be redeveloped into an apartment complex.

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Those who attended Eckerd’s recent production of “Scenes from Metamorphoses” might’ve been caught off guard by the sudden shower they were given mid-play. It took the audience a second to realize that, somehow, the pretend pool on stage wasn’t so pretend.

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The venue is apt: a rickety two-story bar in Gainesville, Florida named after a 1994 Western film with a 31% on Rotten Tomatoes. On April 14 at 6:50 p.m., forty minutes before doors, folks are already lined up. They’re mostly young, eclectically dressed to a theme, wearing bolo ties or banda…

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Eckerd’s roughly 250 student athletes can be seen in action on the field, court, sand or water, but much of the community doesn’t see what goes on behind the scenes.

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Morgan Harthorne came to Eckerd this semester as the new Coordinator for Diversity and Inclusion Programs. Two months in, she has lots of plans to revamp the Office of Multicultural Affairs.

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Libby Shannon is not a licensed therapist. She is the director of the office for advocacy and gender justice, as well as an Eckerd College chaplain. She acts more as a female family member than a counselor to those who come to her. Her office sits in the Wireman Chapel on Eckerd’s campus. A …

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This afternoon Eckerd will host its annual Humanities Symposium. Humanities majors will present their research in a full 15-minute demonstration followed by a Q&A session at the Cobb Gallery. The symposium will run from 1:00 to 4:15 p.m. and is a CPS event.

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Flamingo Resort has been a popular spot for Eckerd students on select Thursday nights, and senior music major Trigg Hurley has been its DJ for almost four years. With its DJ graduating soon, the off-campus event will need others to step up.

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Winners of the 2019 Winter Term Photo and Video Contest showcased their experiences from this past January. For photos, first and second place winners are chosen under the categories of gratitude, nature, place and people. For the video category, the top three pieces are chosen. The annual c…

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Sushi can be found everywhere in the downtown area of St. Pete, but until recently, there were no sushi selections within walking distance of Eckerd. Luckily, in December the sushi and poke bowl restaurant Yummy Teriyaki opened up in the Bay Pointe Plaza on 34th St. S, near Publix, which is …

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 Lova Patterson grew up on “Hair” and “Jesus Christ Superstar.” Since then, Eckerd College’s director of campus activities has had an itch for performing that’s begged to be scratched. The release of her band Divine AF’s first EP, “This Side of Desire,” is only the latest expression of a lif…

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Thirteen years. That’s how long the world has been waiting for “Kingdom Hearts 3.” It even got to a point where it became a joke that this game would never actually come out, but here we are in 2019. The game we’ve been waiting for finally came out. And it’s magnificent.

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In 1976, President Gerald Ford announced that Black History would be celebrated during the entire month of February. Now, Eckerd’s Afro-American Society celebrates by sponsoring school-wide activities.

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2018 was, in the end, a solid year for film, and was at least better than the cinematic wasteland of  2017. While good movies came sparsely in this year’s months, they at least came in great chunks and the ones that were good were outright amazing. So without further ado, here are my picks f…

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Eckerd celebrated Transgender Day of Remembrance, a day dedicated to recognizing both transgender accomplishments and violence against transgender people, with a concert by Dani Shay. Shay is a non-binary (identifying as a gender or sexuality that does not fit on a traditional gender/sexuali…

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On Nov. 12, creative genius and pop-culture staple Stan Lee died after decades of engaging the minds of superhero fans all over the world.

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An English teacher, a dead nerd, a lesbian demon queen, a game of “Dungeons and Dragons,” and the occasional gelatinous blob made of PVC pipe and green curtain. Does this sound like the recipe for emotional reflection?

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The “Eckerd Review,” Eckerd’s longstanding literary magazine, introduced a new internship program this semester. The program meets every other Wednesday and is taken across a whole academic year.

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Heavy metal and horror movies go together like machetes and zombie skulls. Throughout the history of metal, bands from Deicide to Disturbed have penned tracks inspired by classic horror films, while other bands integrate the themes, tone and fame of various movies into the occasional cinema-…

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“Halloween” (2018) is directed by David Gordon Green and stars Jamie Lee Curtis, who returns once again to her iconic role of Laurie Strode. This film wipes the other “Halloween” sequels from the canon and follows 40 years after the events of the original Carpenter classic.

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