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Students need to beware of social media stalkers

December 18, 2011

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By: Chelsea Fischer Email: chelseanfisch@yahoo.com   Beware social networkers; universities, insurance companies and employers are taking the term ‘Facebook stalking’ to new heights.   As social networking continues to expand to new electronic devices, the ability to document every aspect of life has become customary among America’s youth. What college students don’t realize is that […]

The down & dirty about the Redneck Yacht Club

November 14, 2011

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By: Chelsea Fischer chelseanfisch@yahoo.com Come one come all mud lovers. Southwest Florida’s very own premiere mud park is quickly becoming the ultimate Disneyland for adults. A spread of land stretching over 800 acres, RedNeck Yacht Club (RYC) offers something for every off road vehicle junkie. Equipped with three mud holes, a mud track and a […]

Chi-ching: Local restaurant workers cash in on BP oil spill claims

October 25, 2011

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By Chelsea Fischer chelseanfisch@yahoo.com More than a year after the tragic BP Gulf oil spill, Florida’s restaurant employees are finding a way to mend the whole burnt in their pockets. “So far I’ve paid off two of my credit cards and bought the new iPhone – its free money, I have to spend some of […]

Super-busy woman: FGCU Student Body President takes involved to a new level

September 28, 2011

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  By: Chelsea Fischer chelseanfisch@yahoo.com Student Body President Lauren Schuetz’s weekly schedule is like the Ironman Triathlon – except with smiles, handshakes and 1,000 other tasks to check off her to-do list. While other students find the down time to see a movie or take a night off from being buried in their books, Schuetz […]

Remembering 9/11: FGCU students from New York recall attacks

September 7, 2011

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By Chelsea Fischer The sorrow in Priscilla’s eyes after asking her the first interview question signaled that even ten years after the 9/11 attacks, New Yorker’s are still picking up the pieces. “I remember being in fourth grade in Mrs. Dee Dee’s class and the phone rang.” Priscilla Duff, a sophomore and Forensics major at […]