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This month, Americans are doing a little more than scaring the living daylights out of each other. While October is definitely the time to get spooky, it is also the month dedicated to LGBTQ+ history.

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There truly is no better way to spend your Monday night than by learning how to orgasm. Particularly for vagina owners and pleasers. On Oct. 12th at 7:30 p.m., more than 500 Eckerd students logged onto Zoom for one of Eckerd’s most popular College Program Series events, “I ❤ Female Orgasm.” 

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Tampa local and adventure-seeker Joshua Ginsberg published his guidebook “Secret Tampa Bay: A Guide to the Weird, Wonderful, and Obscure” earlier this month with Reedy Press. This guidebook features nearly 200 attractions around the Tampa Bay area, many of which are free to the public and ou…

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Wishing you were back at Eckerd hanging out with your friends and enjoying a sunny Kappa Field day? So does every upperclassman right now. Until the end of October, utilize these tips to make the most of your time at home, and trust that Eckerd misses you just as much as you miss Eckerd: 

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Eckerd College is known by many for its charming atmosphere on the waters of Tampa Bay with fun events throughout the spring semester to create a close community. In light of the closure of campus due to COVID-19, various organizations including Palmetto Productions, Reflective Service Learn…

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I’m a senior. This semester, my friends and I will leave Eckerd with four years of experience navigating the writing portfolio, oyster wounds and moldy AC vents.

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The COVID-19 pandemic forced Eckerd College to continue classes remotely for the rest of the Spring 2020 semester. For some students, this change also means an adjustment for their best friend, whether they have fur, scales or feathers. With Eckerd hosting a virtual commencement on May 17 al…

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In order to publish their literary magazine online, the Eckerd Review had to adjust to working remotely. Through the efforts of students and faculty, The Review will be posted to Eckerd’s website after the virtual release party on May 4 at 6 p.m.

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With the transition to online learning, most of the classic events at Eckerd have to be changed or canceled, including Kappa Karnival and Spoosh Boosh. But Palmetto Productions wouldn’t let COVID-19 steal all the fun, keeping one of the best events going on, online. 

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During this time, it’s easy to fall into a mentality of the endless weekend. Every day drags into the next with no real consequence of never changing out of your pajamas. Here’s how you can keep your mind sharp and healthy.

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We get it, we do. Picking a bar in St. Pete can be a daunting task, especially with Yard of Ale being such a tempting offer. That’s why we’re here-we’ve assembled the best 10 bars in the area for those ready and willing to have a good time. So, get your reading glasses and Google Maps, these…

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If you know the St. Petersburg area, there’s one thing most everyone can agree on: craft beer and dogs are God’s gift to Earth. The more you think about it, the more it makes sense.

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Dorothy Allison, accomplished writer and Eckerd College alumna, gave a reading from her novel “Bastard Out of Carolina,” which was a finalist for the National Book Award in 1992. To a crowd of around 100 students in the Cobb Gallery, she spoke about her writing and writing process on Wednesd…

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On Oct. 7, 1986, thrash metal pioneers Slayer released what many consider to be their best album, “Reign in Blood.” At a brief 28 minutes and 58 seconds, the record is a lightning-quick exercise in musical speed and sonic chaos. Featuring such classic songs like “Angel of Death,” “Criminally…

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For students and staff remaining on campus during Thanksgiving break, Eckerd provides a Thanksgiving meal to those interested in order to celebrate the holiday as a community.

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On Sunday, Oct. 27, Brian Ransom, professor of visual arts performed in Cobb Gallery with Matthew Flynn, Bran O’Malley and Jacob Ransom, Ransom’s son. The group calls themselves Sounding Clay because of their instruments which are almost all ceramic creations of Professor Ransom himself. The…

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The bright lights of the Amalie Arena dimmed. Everyone was instantly on their feet, cheering that their wait was finally over. The roar of the crowd was deafening in the packed arena. Screens above the stage lit up and the lower half of a C.G. face appeared.

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Comic book fans flocked to the theatres on Oct. 4 with the release of the new Joaquin Phoenix movie “Joker," but the Century Aurora and XD theatre in Aurora, Colorado did not show the movie, remembering not too long ago when twelve people were killed during a showing of “The Dark Knight Rise…

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Brittany Howard is a master of retro futurism. If her creativity hasn’t shown in her works with her other bands Alabama Shakes or the offshoot alt-country Bermuda Triangle. She shows it in her new album “Jaime.” 

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For generations, there has been a strong stigma around mental health. But Dr. Amy Falvo, Eckerd’s new director of counseling services, wants to break that trend.

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