The President, The Peanut and The Pulpit

The President, The Peanut and The Pulpit

Rob Bridenstine, Editor-in-Chief
March 5, 2015
Filed under News, Top Stories

The Hawk Media Club once again took on the challenge of creating a service learning project for Martin Luther King’s Day of Service. Having participated in the event last year, the club was looking for ways to stand out from their previous piece of work. The club saw this as an opportunity to work... Read more »

Mosi closes gap between knowledge and poverty

Mosi closes gap between knowledge and poverty

Jacob McCaskey, Staff Writer
March 5, 2015
Filed under News

The Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI) launched an ambitious new program on Jan 1. Museums for All, a new initiative seeking to reach underprivileged families that are low on the socioeconomic scale, making science truly accessible to anyone. Sticking true to its core ideology, MOSI keeps... Read more »

Gasparilla is worth more than dollars and cents to Tampa Bay natives

Gasparilla is worth more than dollars and cents to Tampa Bay natives

Chuck Muller, Staff Writer
March 4, 2015
Filed under News

The Ye Mystic Krewe of Gasparilla Invasion and Parade of Pirates, as it’s formally known, is one of the biggest events of the year in the Tampa Bay area. The parade draws over a half a million people to the area for a celebration of the city and deep-rooted pirate culture. The annual tradition of... Read more »

Brandon’s first female campus president

Brandon’s first female campus president

Kuvira Sanichara, Staff Writer
March 4, 2015
Filed under News, Top Stories

Dr. Nancee Sorenson has been appointed campus president of the Brandon Campus at HCC. Dr. Carlos Soto, former campus president, retired after 15 successful and memorable years. Sorenson is the first female campus president at Brandon with an extensive background in the field of college education. Her... Read more »

Daytona 500 Jimmy Johnson Experience

Richard Gaspar, Media Adviser
February 1, 2015
Filed under News, Sports, Top Stories

In 2015, fans young and old can experience the DAYTONA 500 with a special twist: A meet up with two-time DAYTONA 500 champion Jimmie Johnson. The $148 package includes two tickets; one adult and one child (ages 12 and under) in the Backstretch Tower seats (rows 37-51). The package... Read more »

Saira Blair, the youngest American elected to office to date

Saira Blair, the youngest American elected to office to date

Davidson Toussaint, Staff Writer
December 3, 2014
Filed under News

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 opponent received only 30 percent of the vote. When she takes her seat in Virginia’s House of Delegates, she will be the... Read more »

Making strides against Breast Cancer Walk

Making strides against Breast Cancer Walk

Elisa Santana, Staff Writer
December 3, 2014
Filed under News

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. in Cantina Laredo where walkers listened to stories from women that have gone through, and survived, breast cancer. The participants... Read more »

GTE’s student financial literacy initiative

GTE’s student financial literacy initiative

Rob Bridenstine, Editor-in-Chief
December 3, 2014
Filed under News

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 »

Mia Love and the dream of an immigrant

Mia Love and the dream of an immigrant

Davidson Toussaint, Staff Writer
December 3, 2014
Filed under News

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 refer to her as the first black woman in the Republican Party to hold office in congress, and the first Haitian-American as well. Mia... Read more »

The President, the Peanut and the Pulpit

Hawk Media Club
November 4, 2014
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, News, Video

The Hawk Media Club launches Kickstarter project.