I hope you're all staying well and have found a new normal in this challenging time we're all in. This last month has somehow flown by as we adjusted to our quick shift to remote education and the significant changes to our working environment.
For Florida Polytechnic University freshman Benjamin Dinal, leadership is rooted in a true desire to serve others. It's a desire he knows well.
As we end this semester, I ask you to please take a minute and reflect on all you have achieved this academic year. It has been a challenging year, full of growth and opportunity. Each Florida Poly student has been asked to stand up and demonstrate resilience and adaptability. Kudos to each and every Phoenix for your spirit and hard work. I couldn't be prouder of who we are as a University!
While many events in the community have been canceled in the wake of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, one of Florida Polytechnic University's richest student traditions will continue in a virtual environment.
We all have concerns today that we never would have dreamed of a few short weeks ago. We also all have new financial obligations stemming from COVID-19 that are adding even more stress.
When Matthew Santalla was a high school student in Orlando, he saw an emerging potential in video games and took his game play seriously. With hard work and late nights spent gaming, he soon played "Call of Duty" at the amateur professional level.
The Florida Poly Phoenix will soon have a new, more dynamic look, and students had the opportunity to play a key role in defining its final design during a virtual town hall on Thursday, April 16.
Students and employees may be spending their days at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but that doesn't mean they can't maintain a good workout routine and keep their bodies in shape.
Florida Polytechnic University announced that its Spring 2020 graduates will get their chance to walk to Pomp and Circumstance at a special commencement ceremony scheduled for Friday, Dec. 18, 2020. The event will be held at the RP Funding Center, located at 701 W. Lime St. in Lakeland.
A childhood spent watching TV police dramas beside her family in Ruskin, Florida, left senior Delaney Jester with a fascination for digital forensics and justice.