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 »

Just foolin’

Just foolin’

Alexander Rose, Staff Writer
May 1, 2014
Filed under Student Life

Tricking others has been a long honored tradition since Ug fooled Grog into eating the berries that make Saber Tooth Tigers look like his wife. Some reason after so many years and even setting a specific day to avoid tiger mauling’s, some people can’t fathom that maybe this fancy new product that... Read more »

sWooZie

sWooZie

Chris Valdez, Staff Writer
May 1, 2014
Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

Swoozie resides in Orlando, Fla, where he started his professional gaming career in Championship Gaming Series North American League. As a gamer, companies paid him to fly around the country and play videogames to compete for $10, 000. At that time he was still working for the “Hard Rock Café,”... Read more »

Social suicide

Alexander Rose, Staff Writer
May 1, 2014
Filed under Student Life

As someone who avoids social media as much as possible, I am now learning how important it is to maintain a digital persona. I feel as if I am preaching to the choir at this point, but I know there are some stubborn people like myself out there. In today's global workplace, your digital self may be more... Read more »

Civil Rights Movement in Tampa: then and now

Civil Rights Movement in Tampa: then and now

Krista Byrd, Editor-in-Chief
March 4, 2014
Filed under Student Life

On April 4, 1968, Samuel Adams, a “Race Beat” reporter for the St. Petersburg Times, had the sad task of reporting on the death of a close personal friend. It was a friend that changed the face of America forever, a name that would not be soon forgotten, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Thousands gathered... Read more »

Epiphany Celebration of Tarpon Springs

Epiphany Celebration of Tarpon Springs

Rob Bridenstine, Staff Writer
February 25, 2014
Filed under Student Life

Tarpon Springs- Every year, in the month of January, the city of Tarpon Springs is host to the reenactment of one of Christianity’s most critical moments, the baptism of Jesus in the River Jordan. While many churches and locations across the world reenact many moments of Christianity (and other religions),... Read more »

Speed Dating at Sundance

Speed Dating at Sundance

Krista Byrd, Nick Griesbach, and Chris Valdez
February 25, 2014
Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

During January, the Hawk Media Club attended the Sundance... Read more »

Integration: An American effort

Integration: An American effort

Rob Bridenstine, Staff Writer
February 14, 2014
Filed under Student Life

In 1965, the United States was in a state of flux as the Civil Rights movement was in the middle of making giant strides throughout each of the 50 states. After the march in Selma, Alabama, groups of African Americans demonstrated other acts of peaceful protest throughout the nation. Through these demonstrations,... Read more »

“Collins sees rights as legal, moral test”

“Collins sees rights  as legal, moral test”

Chris Valdez, Staff Writer
February 14, 2014
Filed under Student Life

Leroy Collins was the 33rd Governor of Florida. He had a profound impact on the Civil Rights movement in Florida. Collins saw the movement as both a legal and moral test. He questioned whether “This democracy of ours has the toughness of spirit, the humanitarian will, the strength under law to meet... Read more »