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FGCU’s Runway Program celebrates $1 million milestone

May 22, 2024 0

Some people know early in life that they’re not interested in a traditional 9-to-5 job. “I knew for the longest...

Alum addresses disability-related questions through new children’s book

March 28, 2024 0

Lauren Horowitz has cerebral palsy. She wears a leg brace, and the fingers on her right hand sometimes tighten up...

Now streaming: More Eagles action on ESPN+

December 21, 2023 0

FGCU Athletics received an early holiday gift this year to help elevate its programs, boost recruiting and keep fans across the country...

Pickleball champion and ambassador promoting game in Peru

October 12, 2023 0

Since she was old enough to hold a racket, Florida Gulf Coast University sophomore Miranda Cabieses had a dream. She...

Blankets & Blessings helps homeless, one person at a time

June 29, 2022 0

A decade ago, 8-year-old Will Constantine asked his mother, Kerry, how people without houses stay warm in the winter. “That’s...

Alumna overcomes Lyme disease, launches foundation to help others

October 28, 2021 0

 In 2016, Wendy Phillips was getting married. She also thought she was dying. “I was sleeping 16, 17 hours a...

Percussion ensemble sets new tempo at Bower School

April 29, 2021 0

Four music education students will take that education to new heights this spring when they release their own album, along...

Social worker helps people see dignity through changing circumstances

April 17, 2020 0

Most people seek to avoid conflict in their professional lives. Social worker Christine Douangsouri (’16, MSW) seeks it out.   Every step of her career...

Connections count in engineering, ’15 alumnus finds

October 31, 2019 0

If there’s one myth Angel Hernandez (Environmental Engineering, Civil Engineering, ’15) wants to bust about his industry, it’s the image...

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