Driverless cars

Driverless cars

Alexander Rose, Staff Writer
September 27, 2013
Filed under Student Life

Florida is one of four states that currently allows public road testing of driverless smart cars (along with California, Nevada, and Washington DC). The Google Smartcars have driven over 500,000 miles in Florida as of last year without an accident by computer fault. The addition of the driverless... Read more »

No Cursing Policy for students at Brandon campus: college policy or a violation of Free speech?

No Cursing Policy for students at Brandon campus: college policy or a violation of Free speech?

Alex Suarez, Staff Writer
September 27, 2013
Filed under Student Life

(Student Commentary) Rushing around the Brandon Campus on August 27, I realized I might be late for my interview with a recruiter at Workforce Brandon. I knew that Workforce worked with the college, so I mistakenly went to the Brandon Campus and entered the Career Center. I am a student at the... Read more »

Publix, where shopping is a pleasure, and now where “apping” is a pleasure!

Publix, where shopping is a pleasure, and now where “apping” is a pleasure!

Tommy Eliason, Staff Writer
May 4, 2013
Filed under Student Life

Aside from great food and customer service, Publix has been known for weekly deals, reduced sale items, and buy one get one features. Now, Publix has released a completely free app for your smartphone that can keep track of all of these great deals as well as a few other intriguing aspects that could... Read more »

College bucket list

College bucket list

Kaitlan Corsell, Staff Writer
May 3, 2013
Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

Many students go through everyday thinking about what kind of activities are available for enjoyment during one’s free time. In many situations students have no idea on what kind of events and entertainment is offered to one aside from the normal dinner and a movie. What is a college bucket list... Read more »

“I have a coupon for that!”

“I have a coupon for that!”

Domonic Botto, Staff Writer
May 3, 2013
Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

Moms do it. Dads do it. Families do it. Honey Boo Boo’s mom does it too! I have even started following this trend because it is ACTUALLY a great idea. Couponing is a trend that has swept the nation over the past couple of years. 78.3% of Americans had joined in the saving craze as of 2010. This community... Read more »

Thrift store savings

Thrift store savings

Emily Wehunt, Staff Writer
May 3, 2013
Filed under Student Life

College students have enough expenses without adding in the extra splurge of shopping. But as fashion lovers know, having the urge to change up your wardrobe is a constant occurrence while also always wanting to keep up with the latest trends. If you haven’t yet discovered the magical world of thrift... Read more »

“Celebrating 20 years of pavement!”

“Celebrating 20 years of pavement!”

Shady Kerko, Staff Writer
April 3, 2013
Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

Tampa Florida is known for its beautiful... Read more »

How to make it on YouTube

How to make it on YouTube

Domonic Botto, Contributor
April 3, 2013
Filed under Student Life

"In a world where over two days of video get uploaded every minute, only that which is truly unique and unexpected can stand out in the way that viral videos have,” says Kevin Allocca, YouTube Trends manager in his TED talk about why videos go viral. Maybe this is the reason why Dan Brian's (@Mallow610)... Read more »

Video editing basics

Video editing basics

Emily Wehunt, Staff Writer
April 3, 2013
Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

If you are new to the world of video editing it may seem a little intimidating at first, but rest assured that it is not as hard as it looks. All it takes is practice and a camera! Don’t worry, you don’t need to go out and spend hundreds of dollars on your first video camera. For beginners the Kodak... Read more »

Farming folk art to feed the soul

Farming folk art to feed the soul

Krista Byrd, Staff Writer
March 6, 2013
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Student Life, Top Stories

To many, farming is not something that would inspire art. Most of us might focus on the hard work or even the strange smells of a farm, but to Ruby C. Williams, a farm in Bealsville, Florida is the inspiration to create something beautiful. Currently on display in Gallery 221 until February 28, Williams’... Read more »