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Plant City’s LASA sponsors Hispanic heritage event

Plant City’s LASA sponsors Hispanic heritage event

Nelly Rosendo, Contributor

October 17, 2011

  The Plant City Campus Latin American Student Association (LASA) celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month by inviting a panel of Hispanic guests from the Tampa Bay Community. The panel included Simon Canasi, Vice President of Morgan Stanley, Smith Barney Wealth Investments; Dr. Dania Alarcon, Cancer Resea...

Southshore offers Collegiate Academy

Brent Donaldson, Staff Writer

October 17, 2011

   Before ever receiving a high school diploma, students of the Lennard Collegiate Academy will have already completed their freshman year of college.    The ambitious program allows for up to thirty applicable credit hours toward any public college or university in Florida. High school seniors al...

Are students developing bad habits?: Not nail biting, cursing or talking too much, but do you self diagnose?

Emily Duren, Editor-In-Chief

September 19, 2011

  Older movies portray doctors making house calls, but in the modern world, that doesn’t happen too often. Our medical technology has evolved enough that now, not only can we go to an emergency room or after hours care, we can also self diagnose.   WebMD is a website dedicated to informing...

HCC professor incorporates culture

HCC professor incorporates culture

Lorianne DeLoreto, Contributing Writer

September 19, 2011

“The Spanish language is not just a language to learn, it is a culture to embrace.” Professor Veronica Bradley, educator at HCC, is passionate about her native language as well as giving students an understanding of the Spanish culture. “Learning the language itself can be very frustrating.” ...

Where can we study?

Where can we study?

John Winskas, Staff Writer

September 19, 2011

   When you walk around the Ybor campus, it is near impossible not to notice the huge changes taking place around you. Students returning to campus are noticing large parts of buildings blocked off by signs that read “construction” or “keep out”. While it is obvious that something is under...

HCC hosts Electrathon

John Winskas, Staff Writer

September 19, 2011

  HCC will be making history on September 17th when it will become the first community college to host a race in the history of the Electrathon.The Electrathon is a car race where students from around the area design, build and race electric vehicles.These races promote the use of multiple disciplines...

No jobs for college grads

Photo by Marc Jenkins, News 13, Orlando

Michael Woodside, Staff Writer

September 19, 2011

   There are many problems afflicting the country right now. From the bickering in Washington, to the roller-coaster ride that the stock market has become, we are faced with a long list of complex issues that won’t be solved over night. Most likely, however, if you ask the man on the street, the ...

Dance Club hosts pilates

Nicole Martinez, Staff Writer

April 6, 2011

A method of body work, Pilates offers students mindfulness and physical control.    Students and staff members learned firsthand the powerful benefits of low impact movements pilates can offer during a three-week introductory course sponsored by the HCC Dance Club. "I have definitely seen a chan...

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