HCC Ybor Dance Club honors hispanic heritage

HCC Ybor Dance Club honors hispanic heritage

Alexandra Posada, Staff Writer
November 5, 2014
Filed under Student Life

The lights dimmed and looking on to the stage there were only three items, a box, a skirt, and what appeared to be luggage. Looking stage left, the guitarist is seated just out of the view, tuning his guitar and prepping for the starlet to take the stage. As Jose Luis Rodriguez began to strum on his... Read more »

Good guy, Luke Bry “That’s My Kind of Night”

Good guy, Luke Bry “That’s My Kind of Night”

Kelvin Ip, Contributor
November 5, 2014
Filed under Student Life

Luke Bryan’s “That’s My Kind Of Night” tour rolled through Tampa Thursday and Friday on September 25-26, at the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre on the Florida State Fairgrounds. According to Stephanie, an HCC student and fan, “It rained most of tonight, but it was probably my favorite... Read more »

Tampa’s GlowBash 5K

Tampa’s GlowBash 5K

Elisa Santana, Staff Writer
November 4, 2014
Filed under Student Life

On Saturday Oct. 4, I was able to participate in an interesting event for charity, the GlowBash 5K Scavenger Hunt. This event is one that is completely different from many of the walks that raise money for charity and awareness. This consists of a 5K and a scavenger hunt during the nighttime. The participants... Read more »

Graduation, you are almost there!

Graduation, you are almost there!

Suehally Macias, Staff Writer
November 4, 2014
Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

The Hillsborough Community College, November 15, deadline to apply for fall graduation is approaching, and some students will begin preparing for their next step in life. HCC is a two year academic institution designed to educate students to become leaders of the future. Most community colleges offer... Read more »

Go Hart’s innovation

Go Hart’s innovation

Davidson Toussaint, Staff Writer
October 4, 2014
Filed under Student Life

Like many cities in the world, Tampa, Florida has its own transportation system that is helpful to thousands of people without a car, or people who simply enjoy a night out without driving. From taxi s to public buses, many companies in the Tampa transportation system are trying to implement more technology... Read more »

Tampa’s first Theatre Festival

Tampa’s first Theatre Festival

Elisa Santana, Staff Writer
October 4, 2014
Filed under Student Life

For years, theatre festivals have showcased some of the most amazing pieces of work. From Shakespeare to George Bernard Shaw; theatre festivals give us a taste of some great material. Many places in America have put on theatre festivals for a long time; places like New York, Chicago, Washington D.C.,... Read more »

Social (network) security

Social (network) security

Alex Rose, Staff Writer
October 3, 2014
Filed under Student Life

Recently, I wrote an article about how important it is to be careful with your personal information and what you post online. Well, now it’s also important to be careful what you upload to the cloud. 101 celebrity’s iCloud accounts, including the accounts of Kate Upton and Jennifer Lawrence, have... Read more »

Welcome new nursing students

Welcome new nursing students

HCC Dale Mabry, Contributor
October 3, 2014
Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

The Nursing Program at HCC Dale Mabry Campus held its 2014 Fall Orientation July 1-2, 2014. This 2 day event included participation of 130 new students admitted into the Nursing Program. The incoming class of 2016 were greeted by Director of Nursing Gayle Peterson-Palmberg and Health Sciences Dean... Read more »

Top three art museums for college students

Top three art museums for college students

Emily McPhail, Contributor
October 3, 2014
Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

College students should take advantage of discounted admission prices to the Ringling Museum, Dalí Museum and Tampa Museum of Art. For as little as $15 or free, students have the rare opportunity to enjoy some of the world’s best art. Less than one hour from HCC’s South Shore Campus, the Ringling... Read more »

Renaissance Festival: saving money for college students

Renaissance Festival: saving money for college students

Chris Valdez, Staff Writer
May 5, 2014
Filed under Student Life

Everyone knows the hardest thing to do while in college is save money. Everybody stress’s on saving money so much they forget to have time to just have some fun time to time. If students want to kick back, and relax with their friends in an affordable way the Bay Area Renaissance Festival is for them.... Read more »