By Jordan Dykes
This semester, FSW Public Safety is modifying procedures to make the college a safer place in emergency situations.
“It’s a different day. It is our responsibility as a college to ensure all our faculty, staff, and students are safe,” said Gina Doeble, the FSW vice president of administrative […]
Hollis Jeffcoat began taking art classes at Edison State College with what might have been her first set of art tools in the early 1970s.
In late spring 2018, the supplies she used at the end of her life were brought back to Edison, now FSW, 50 years later in the form of a donation made by her partner, Maureen Watson. […]
The Bob Rauschenberg Gallery is celebrating its 40th anniversary this fall by unveiling artwork originally produced by Robert Rauschenberg, the gallery’s namesake.
Twelve years after Rauschenberg’s death, the gallery reached out to local collectors for the artworks he made in Southwest Florida. […]
Collier campus is raising money for a memorial gazebo in honor of the late master professor, James Langlas, who passed away in August 2018.
“Langlas was a great teacher,” said former student Fred Dolce. “He had love for everyone. Being his student got me through some rough parts of my life. He was one of the big reasons I went back to school.” […]
Devastating superstorms in recent years have become the norm in Florida, and FSW has a plan to keep the school and students safe. “We treat all storms the same, regardless of [the category],” said Gina […]
The smallest steps matter By Fleener Cophy With all the things we must deal with as college students, climate change seems to be the least of our worries, right? It shouldn’t be. Climate change, according […]