• Strengthen your mind and body on Ybor Campus

    Strengthen your mind and body on Ybor Campus

    Davidson Toussaint, Staff Writer

    December 3, 2014

    Fitness becomes very important in many students’ lives during a period of time where we are more vulnerable to diseases such as obesity and diabetes. The dreaded “Freshman 15” may also be part of the desire to exercise. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than one-third... READ MORE »»

    Sheron Small uses his time to maintain a fit physique.

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  • Keep an eye out for the JEWELS on campus

    Keep an eye out for the JEWELS on campus

    Rob Bridenstine, Editor-in-Chief

    December 3, 2014

    Diamonds may be a woman’s best friend, but JEWELS is where women go to make connections. JEWELS is a new club on the Ybor City campus that brings women together on a level that is much deeper than just friendly acquaintances. To better understand JEWELS as a club, you need to break down their name;... READ MORE »»

    COURTESEY OF THE JEWELS CLUB

  • GTE’s student financial literacy initiative

    GTE’s student financial literacy initiative

    Rob Bridenstine, Editor-in-Chief

    December 3, 2014

    GTE Financial has recently started a collaboration with Hillsborough Community College, and local college students on the awareness and importance of financial literacy. This is an attempt to reach out to the younger demographic that you find on collegiate campuses. They have even established a new style... READ MORE »»

    Adam Knowles helps run the new Ybor financial center.

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  • CYborG club powers up

    CYborG club powers up

    Alex Rose, Staff Writer

    December 3, 2014

    A new club has come to life at the Ybor Campus. The CYborG club, or College Ybor Gaming club, is the place to go for gaming enthusiasts. CYborG club meetings are on Wednesdays at 2:45 p.m., in the Faculty building student lounge, room 118. Club members gather to talk about which games are coming out,... READ MORE »»

    Tools of the trade for the CYborG club.

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  • Ybor campus Fall Festival

    Ybor campus Fall Festival

    Alex Rose, Staff Writer

    December 3, 2014

    Burgers, funnel cake, and Italian Ice makes a festival nice. The food choices were just part of the draw for the SGA’s Fall Festival. On October 30th, the Ybor Campus courtyard transformed into an occasion for the senses. The smell of the grill and fryers preparing food for eager ticket holders. Students... READ MORE »»

    Welch celebrating as he advances in the dance competition.

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Tony Torres and his many talents

Tony Torres and his many talents

Elisa Santana, Staff Writer

Antonio “Tony” Torres is a man with spina bifida, but he is still very active and gets his hands in just about everything. Torres is a freelance writer, children’s book...  Read More »

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Thoughts on doors

Thoughts on doors

Alex Rose, Staff Writer

Why do we still have manual doors? This is the 21st century, but I’m still turnings handles and knobs like some sort of caveman. We can print 3D print organs and resurrect...  Read More »

December 4, 2014 • 0 comments

Epicurean Hotel  food, wine and fun

Epicurean Hotel food, wine and fun

Davidson Toussaint, Staff Writer

It has been less than a year since the new Epicurean Hotel opened its doors, yet it already boasts that they are one of the best hotels, and a growing business in the Tampa,...  Read More »

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The President, the Peanut and the Pulpit

Hawk Media Club

The Hawk Media Club launches Kickstarter project.

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A month in the theatre

Krista Byrd, Editor-in-Chief

As the house lights dim in the theatres of HCC’s Brandon and Ybor City campuses, the students onstage spring to life. The quiet girl from math class, or the boy you...  Read More »

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Saira Blair, the youngest American elected to office to date

Saira Blair, the youngest American elected to office to date

Davidson Toussaint, Staff Writer

Saira Blair, 18, made history by becoming the youngest American elected to office. The 18-year-old was elected with a clear majority of 63 percent. Her 44-year-old democratic...  Read More »

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Making strides against Breast Cancer Walk

Making strides against Breast Cancer Walk

Elisa Santana, Staff Writer

The Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk was held at the Shops at Wiregrass. The actual walk began at 9 a.m., but there was a breakfast for the survivors at 7:30 a.m....  Read More »

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GTE’s student financial literacy initiative

GTE’s student financial literacy initiative

Rob Bridenstine, Editor-in-Chief

GTE Financial has recently started a collaboration with Hillsborough Community College, and local college students on the awareness and importance of financial literacy. This...  Read More »

December 3, 2014 • 0 comments

Mia Love and the dream of an immigrant

Mia Love and the dream of an immigrant

Davidson Toussaint, Staff Writer

The new representative-elect for Utah’s 4th congressional district, Mia Love becomes a new face of endless possibilities for immigrants in America. Many US news networks...  Read More »

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Lady Hawk swoops to the Swamp

Lady Hawk swoops to the Swamp

Alexandra Posada, Staff Writer

It’s a good day to be a fan of HCC’s women’s basketball team! Alexis Robinson, a sophomore guard for the Lady Hawks basketball team, has signed a National Letter of...  Read More »

December 3, 2014 • 0 comments

Road to Indy offers exciting broadcasting internship

Road to Indy offers exciting broadcasting internship

Rob Bridenstine, Editor-in-Chief

One student will have the opportunity to help expand their professional portfolio, with an internship unlike any other. How would you like to visit cities all over the country...  Read More »

December 3, 2014 • 0 comments

A new playing field

A new playing field

Forrest Canaday, Contributor

When the words “professional football” are heard, the average person tends to imagine scenes of large stadiums, thousands of rowdy fans tailgating before games, and of...  Read More »

November 5, 2014 • 0 comments

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