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EPCOT starts a new era

Jaalin Harvey, Hawkeye Staff

May 6, 2019

If you’ve been to EPCOT any time between 2000 and now, you have been accus­tomed to seeing the giant stone monolithic marble slabs as soon as you walk into the park. You might even have a portrait photo on the metallic plates that are bolted to the marble slabs. These “Leave A Leg­acy” rocks are no...

Covering cases of sexual assault

Carla Ibanez, Hawkeye Staff

May 6, 2019

The College Media Association conference in New York City gives multiple sessions that cover a variety of topics. “Covering Sexual Assault: What You Need to Know,” hosted by members of Emporia State University tells the story of a woman that sent an anonymous letter to Sarah Spoon, one of the ho...

Convention Do’s and Don’ts

Jaalin Harvey, Hawkeye Staff

May 6, 2019

Convention season is upon us. With Megacon, Metrocon, and Anime Festival Orlando just around the corner, nerds from all over the state will begin the pilgrimage to visit these conventions. Conventions are something that many of the nerd community can get into. Whether you like video games, anime, cartoons,...

Being ugly in Japan

May 6, 2019

“If you are ugly and awkward in Japan, you may have trouble finding a mate.” According to the League of Lonely Souls, this is the main reason for their coalition. The Lonely Souls leader, Akimoto, also believes there is too much pressure for romance in Japan. He adds romance is pushed on us “bec...

Not just an alcoholic

Kaitlyn Narvaez

May 2, 2019

Most people think that Alcoholic Anonymous is just for crazy drunks that sit around and swap drunk stories, but in reality, it is not. AA is a place for recovering alcoholics and sometimes drug users to sit around and support each other in the time of recovery. It was designed to help some recov...

Jane Castor sworn in as mayor

Jane Castor sworn in as mayor

Magdalynn Pollitt, Editor-in-Chief

May 1, 2019

On May 1, 2019, Jane Castor was sworn into office as mayor of the city of Tampa. The swearing-in ceremony was held at Armature Works. This was a symbolic gesture, as Mayor Bob Buckhorn was sworn into office at the same location five years prior. As Castor stated in her speech, back then it was merely...

Angelas’s story from HCC to NSF

Angela Ousley

April 18, 2019

I wasn’t sure about my career path before attending HCC, but building relationships with my professors and attending networking events outside of class helped me learn about different majors and career options. One day while taking a class with Dr. Margaret Hopson-Fernandes, she informed me abo...

Not Just an alcoholic

Not Just an alcoholic

Kaitlyn Narvaez, Staff

April 8, 2019

Most people think that Alcoholic Anonymous is just for crazy drunks that sit around and swap drunk stories, but in reality, it is not. AA is a place for recovering alcoholics and sometimes drug users to sit around and support each other in the time of recovery. It was designed to help some recovering...

In our own backyard

In our own backyard

Kaitlyn Narvaez

April 8, 2019

     Lettuce Lake Park, conveniently located just a mere 10 minutes from the University of South Florida just off of Fletcher Ave, had so much to offer. Lettuce Lake Park was opened in 1982 and is operated by Hillsborough County Parks. It is open to everyone for a $2 entrance fee per car...

The importance of risk taking

Liz Vera, Hawkeye Staff

April 1, 2019

  There is no possible way to avoid risk. “After all we never know where life is gonna take us,” said Angel An, Senior Director of Acquisitions at Roadside Attractions, referring to her own experience in the film industry. This year, Angel and many other important executives participated in...

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