Inequity discovered in Florida Tech athletic recruiting

Inequity discovered in Florida Tech athletic recruiting

  In 2012, recruiting expenses for Florida Tech men’s sports tripled the amount of money dedicated toward recruiting for the university’s women’s teams. Read More…


Shooting the shiff: A Q&A with Exam Jam band, Shiffley

The members of the Shiffley sat down with the Crimson to talk about selfies, performing for students and kitchen appliances.


Bugs in SGA ballot allow for multiple votes, non-student voters

Bugs in the Student Government Association election ballot system allowed non-students to vote in the elections and allowed voters to vote multiple times.

St. Lucie River Estuary

Recent graduate films St. Lucie Estuary documentary

Allison Randolph is a recent Florida Tech marine biology B.S. graduate that filmed and directed “An Estuary’s Story.” In this Q&A, the Crimson discusses Allison’s hope for spreading education and motivation.

Florida Tech Sailing Club's sailboat sank in the Indian River in approximately 15-20 feet of water.

Student sailors sink boat in Indian River

Florida Tech Sailing Club had its own version of Gilligan’s Island transpire, on February 15, when its 24-foot San Juan sailboat sank in the Indian River in approximately 15-20 feet of water, dumping seven students into the brackish river.

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Gadget Corner: March 11, 2014

Staff writer Joseph Stoltz shares two interesting gadgets– a solar-powered swimsuit and a solar-powered inflatable lantern called LuminAID.

Speakers line the stage during S.T.O.P. event to spread awareness about human trafficking.

Students raise human trafficking awareness

After learning about the global situation of human trafficking, junior Josh Gordon and sophomore Jake Honadle co-founded S.T.O.P (Strategic Trafficking Opposition Project), an organization focused on combating human trafficking.

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Rain or shine, show goes on at International Festival

On February 22 the International Student and Scholar Services held the International Festival.

Soccer fundraiser for Boys and Girls Club raises over $1,200

Kicking for Kids, hosted by Chi Phi Xi Delta, was held Sunday morning at the Florida Avenue Soccer Fields. The fraternity focused on raising funds for the Boys and Girls Club of America, whose mission is to facilitate after-school programs for young people while instilling a sense of belonging and worth for the individuals.