No home for the holidays

By Luis Lopez-Crespo
The holidays are a time to spend with your loved ones, give thanks, and rejoice in the seasonal festivities. While some students are decorating their trees or planning their flights back home, other students are more concerned with whether they’ll be homeless this break. […]


Brazilian coach unites six countries on one volleyball team

By Jonathan Pressley and Jose Diaz
FSW’s first volleyball program unites six countries into one team this semester under Coach Thais Baziquetto-Allen.
Fifteen players, from the USA, Brazil, Germany, France, Bulgaria and Egypt make up a 9-6 record at press time. After ending a five-game winning streak with two losses, they have bounced back with a win on Wednesday. […]

Arts and Culture

The female revolution

By Tyler Strider The Role of Female Combatants in the Nicaraguan Revolution and Counter Revolutionary War by Bruno Baltodano, Martha L Cottam and Martín Meráz García.             FSW’s Bruno Baltodano, professor of political science, explores […]

Arts and Culture

French films come to Collier campus

By Ethan McSheffrey Diversity, equity, and inclusion were key talking points at FSW’s “Using Film Across the Disciplines” workshop this week. Professor Myriam Mompoint, professor of French and humanities, introduced the inaugural “Tournees Film Festival” […]