November 23, 2020

All waiting rooms at CAPS have been empty since March when it transitioned to offer its services exclusively online. Safety measures are still in place inside the building in case students walk in.

November 3, 2020

Ken Greenberg was Winter Springs City Commissioner in 2018. He’s now supporting Barbara Watkins who is running against Ted Johnson, the 2019 Winter Springs City Commissioner currently running for re-election.
Jamie Stifanic, Human Resources Director, continues her tradition of voting in person since she turned 18.

September 11, 2020

The clothing area of Knights Pantry is now available for in-person shopping after being closed in March, Student Union Associate Director Jeannie Kiriwas said. Students were allowed back into the pantry through appointments made on its website.
A whiteboard in Knights Pantry shows a drawing made by a volunteer as decoration. The pantry saw its volunteer pool diminish drastically due to COVID-19 guidelines, said Wintrice Stewart, senior interdisciplinary studies major and the pantry’s volunteer manager.
The 2020: Action, Freedom, Patriotism exhibition not only portrays Rockwell’s Four Freedoms (of speech, of worship, from want and from fear) but also allowed the students to display the freedoms they are fighting for in their daily lives as part of the U.S. society.

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