This article was submitted to Spire Magazine by Hannah Fulk (she/her). For more information on submitting to Spire, visit our contribute page. Every Tuesday I attend a hybrid course on campus. On … [Read more...] about Is it safe, smart, or realistic for FSU to go “back to normal” in Fall 2021?
Florida’s Republican lawmakers want to decrease the amount of financial aid state colleges give to students whose degrees are less likely “result in a job after graduation.” Introduced by Senator … [Read more...] about College is About More Than Degrees That “Lead to Jobs,” Senator Baxley
This past Thursday, members of Gender Odyssey at FSU, an RSO that advocates for the university’s transgender and gender non-conforming students, hosted a virtual press conference. The conference … [Read more...] about FSU’s Gender Odyssey Hosts Press Conference on Transgender Housing Initiative
As the semester comes to a close, many students remain agitated at the remaining high cost of their education after months of remote and online learning. While much of FSU’s student body returned to … [Read more...] about As More Remote Learning Looms, Students Organize for Reimbursement
This article was submitted to Spire Magazine by Brendan Gerdts (he/him). For more information on submitting to Spire, visit our contribute page. When I first won my seat in the Student Senate, it … [Read more...] about The Last Time I was Called Evil: My Time in the Amplify Movement
Like many women who identify as feminists, I once thought "angry" was the worst thing anyone could call me. To be labeled angry was to be disqualified from being taken seriously or participating in … [Read more...] about Why I’m Proud to Call Myself an Angry Feminist