Off to the archives

May 4, 2012 Michael B. Murphy 0

Fifteen years ago, while tucked away inside London’s Public Records Office, now known as the National archives, FSU History Professor Richard Allen stumbled upon a discovery that would alter the course of his life and […]

A vicious red relic

April 20, 2012 Michael B. Murphy 0

Speaking before a small group of students and faculty in May Hall last Thursday, author and artist Anna Joy Springer shared passages from her book “The Vicious Red Relic, Love.” The event began with an […]

Journey of a “man-made man”

April 13, 2012 Michael B. Murphy 0

Recounting the tale of Michael Dillon, the first female-to-male transgendered person to undergo gender reassignment surgery, author Pagan Kennedy took the audience in the Ecumenical Center on Tuesday, April 3, on a journey of self-discovery. […]

FSU presents celtic pride

March 30, 2012 Michael B. Murphy 0

Armed with a wide variety of instruments that included a flute, whistle, fiddle and bagpipes, the Stoneybatter Band provided those that attended their Mar. 5 show at the Heineman Ecumenical Center with a communal musical […]

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