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Hyppo Pops

My Name, Staff

October 3, 2018

We attend college with the promise of a better life, a career with good pay and social skills that will impact our entire lifetime. Unfortunately for some students, attending college is also a financial burden. Tuition is a large reason for student’s hesitation in continuing higher education. Fortunately,...

Hot Tampa coffee (shops)

Ina Morrisey, Staff

October 1, 2018

  Tampa, Florida has always been the place for all coffee enthusiasts, ranging from the early morning cup of joe drinkers, to those who prefer a sweeter taste in the delectable specialty coffee drinks most shops offer. Some that will even keep you up late enough in the evening to see the ic...

Say goodbye to your childhood

Say goodbye to your childhood

Jason Turner, Staff

September 26, 2018

The final touring version of Warped Tour ended in West Palm Beach on Aug. 5. On Aug. 4, it made its stop in the Tampa Bay area at Mid-Florida Amphitheatre. For those who don’t know, Warped Tour has been a traveling music/lifestyle/activism festival since 1995. Kevin Lyman, the founder and organizer...

You may find your new best friend

Jason Turner, Staff

July 4, 2018

When writing some recent stories, I got to thinking about live music. Festival season is about to begin with Welcome to Rockville in Jacksonville. This is the last year for the Warped Tour as we know it. Slayer announced this will be their farewell tour. Evanescence and Lindsey Stirling are teaming up to presen...

Silent Inspiration

Anna Smith, Staff

June 14, 2018

  Although it’s been a component of education at HCC for years, American Sign Language is a series of foreign language courses that are completely unique. Although not a spoken language, ASL is just as difficult to learn as any other, featuring its own grammar and syntax.   At HCC, there...

Nintendo Switch: A Year Later

Roberto Cannello, Staff

June 14, 2018

  It’s been about a year since Nintendo released their latest home console, the Nintendo Switch. When it came out in March of last year, there wasn’t anything about it that made me really want it.   The flagship launch title, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, was also released...

College students creating a SPARK

College students creating a SPARK

Katie Loudermilk, Staff

June 6, 2018

College clubs are vital to the average student’s life. They provide more than extra help in the community, they bring together diverse students with common interests. Members of the SPARK Club at the Plant City campus inform and engage the community about those with or without disabilities. This club...

The high cost of access codes

Katie Loudermilk, Staff

June 2, 2018

Along with the high cost of college tuition, students also face the difficulties of paying for textbooks required for their courses. There are ways to avoid the book store, such as, cheaper options online. However, this is not the case with the Pearson Access Codes. The book stores are not helping either. Amber...

Tutors live lives

Tutors live lives

Jason Turner, Staff

June 2, 2018

“I wish people knew that I wasn’t so quiet.” For the past two years, Elizabeth Wherry has been a writing tutor at the Plant City Academic Success Center. Since Feb. 1, she has been the lead tutor. Wherry likes “talking and interacting with people.” She has lived an interesting life and enjoys...

Some boys love dolls

Some boys love dolls

Katie Loudermilk, Editor-in-Chief

June 1, 2018

Hobbies are a healthy escape from reality. They give people something to help focus their passion. John Whiting, a resident of Riverview, has an unusual one: he loves dolls. Big dolls. His home is a display case for his unique collection of vintage mannequins he has gathered since the 1990s. His...

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