Their Gift, Their Choice: A Glimpse Into the Donor Process

“Why science,” many commentators asked, “when there are arts departments in desperate need?” Other commentators seemed to counter, “Why not science? We are a department in need.”

April 11, 2018

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Monday, April 9, 2018, Stetson University announced the largest single donation in the institution's history.J. Hyatt Brown and Cici Brown gave a grand total of 18 million dollars for the expansion and updating of Sage Hall, the un...

Feeling Green: How Much Our Education Really Costs*

*Additional charges may apply

April 10, 2018

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A few weeks ago, while I was having lunch the commons, one of my fellow senior friends alerted me that that day was the last to order your graduation cap and gown online. Panicked, I rushed back to my room to order the items.The...

Greek Life, Greek Week

April 7, 2018

Filed under Campus, Opinion

Within the college community, there is a specific group of people assumed to live within a bubble of stigmas.I began this piece like I do all the rest -- nothing like a hot cup of joe at 2:00 a.m. and an hour of mindless research ...

Lunar New Year: Enlightenment and Explanations

APAC's Lunar Year celebration served food, fun and cultural education.

April 2, 2018

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“Isn’t it like dancing and sushi? No wait, it’s the thing with the dragons! I think it’s Chinese-ish.”It was at this moment I realized that my knowledge of Lunar New Year was basically non-existent. I had images of fireworks...

Leading Hatters: Leading Within SGA

Written by Lana Kaczmarek

April 2, 2018

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While accepting her position as the new Vice President of the Student Government Association for the 2018-2019 academic year, she reflects on the steps that have helped her achieve her goals thus far.Lauren Spratt ‘19, curren...

Minds at Work: Hatter Network Takes On NYC

March 27, 2018

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For many students, spring break is a time for rest and relaxation: a week to recharge so they can finish the semester out strong. For a handful of intrepid Hatter Network staffers, however, spring break was a chance to expand our st...

Leading Hatters: Leadership in the Greek Community

Written by Lana Kaczmarek

March 19, 2018

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Mackenzie Murphy, a junior Biology major, currently serves on the Panhellenic Executive Board as the Vice President of Risk Management.Prior to this position, Murphy started leading at Stetson by working as a FOCUS Orientation ...

What You Should Know About Dining Services

February 28, 2018

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Dining services. We all have our opinions, some good and some bad. With all the construction going on, we’ve lost some dining options and gained others. The commons quality may have dropped a little, but now there’s a foo...

Leading Hatters: Building Stetson Leaders

Written by Lana Kaczmarek

February 26, 2018

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Makenzie Fourman, a junior Molecular Biology major and a Public Health minor, currently works as a LEAD Team coordinator in addition to a variety of other leadership positions at Stetson.She knew that she wanted to join leadershi...

Stetson’s Strain

Just like the “H” in its namesake, Chlamydia is a silent infection.

February 14, 2018

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In the past (does anyone remember 2015?), Stetson has dealt with large reports of STDs. Each new semester brings the rise of a familiar sexually transmitted disease (STD) known as Chlamydia.Chlamydia is a disease affecting over 1...

The Stetson Honor Council: What Does “Honor” Mean Anyway?

February 8, 2018

Filed under Campus, Opinion

So, I’m in Honor Council. What in the world does that mean? And why does it matter to you?Let’s tackle these questions one at a time. What is Honor Council? Well, the Stetson website will tell you that its goal is to “ed...