How Eckerd College’s campus recognizes Tampa Bay American Indian history for National American Indian Heritage Month.
Remora, a new app developed by two Eckerd College professors aims to teach users to refuse single use plastics.
From NYC to St. Pete, Artists For Impact is a nonprofit organization providing opportunities for artists while fundraising for others. “simultaneously providing a platform for artists and giving back to the communities around us.”
Meet Eckerd College junior Aidan Webster who achieved three juggling world records on July 14. One record included juggling flamed torches.
Eckerd’s newly certified habitats span a range of types, from meadow-like native flower gardens, to ponds fringed with aquatic plants, to pine groves. Some high-profile visitors have recently put one of the new habitats on the map: a pair of nesting great horned owls.
Gulfport Boulevard Block Party, Green Thumb Festival, and Plant Auctions: Here’s your list of things to do in Pinellas April 27-May 3.
Eckerd College held its 11th Annual Pet Graduation on April 11. Pets of 2023 seniors received honorary certificates for their loving support.
The accident occurred at 9:10 p.m. and the driver of the Chrysler remained on the scene and has cooperated with investigators.
Eckerd College now boasts a new student chapter of the National Audubon Society. But why are college students interested in birding? The Gabber talks with club officers Connor O’Brien ’24, Trevor Clair ’24, and KT Thanner ’24.
Eckerd College students are working on an app to help people track their plastic use, with hopes to roll out the app sometime this summer. The St. Petersburg college received a grant from the EPA as well as local support from groups like Keep Pinellas Beautiful and Tampa Bay Watch.
Two Gulfport women, separated by 80 years. How do different generations view their worlds?
The 23-year-old student is charged with one count of “written or electronic threats to kill, do bodily injury, or conduct a mass shooting or an act of terrorism”, according to court records and the St. Petersburg Police Department.