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Syria: Can anyone find a dog in this fight?

Syria: Can anyone find a dog in this fight?

By Mathis Thoerrisen, Editor-in-Chief

April 18, 2017

  The fifth annual St. Pe­tersburg conference on world affairs was hosted at the University of South Florida Feb. 15-17.   The conference covered many different topics in­cluding, NATO, global in­ternet espionage, the Syrian war and American immigra­tion policy.   One of the...

Sustainability at Alafia Farms

Sustainability at Alafia Farms

Tifanny Brown, Staff

April 18, 2017

  The Alafia farms are situated in and around the backyard of Paul Rabaut’s house and are a treat to walk through. The yard was what sold Rabaut and his wife when they got the house as they started out on their journey of creating a self-sustaining farm.  The Rabauts have turned this normal...

Living life at a recycling plant

Living life at a recycling plant

Mathis Thoerrisen, editor-in-Chief

March 9, 2017

  One of the most talked about films at this year’s Sundance Film Festival is the documentary “Plastic China.” The film follows 11-year-old Yi-Jie as she works with her father at a plastic recycling plant in China. Yi-Jie dreams of going to school, but her father cannot afford to pay her tuition.  ...

Black Birds in the Night Sky

Black Birds in the Night Sky

Mathis Thoerrisen, Editor-in-Chief

March 8, 2017

  Gallery 221@HCC located on the Dale Mabry campus is now hosting an exhibition by renowned artist Delita Martin. The exhibition is part of the 17th annual Tampa Bay Black Heritage Festival and will run from Jan. 17 through March. 2.   Martin draws inspiration from storytelling and quilt...

Annual MLK TOBA breakfast

Annual MLK TOBA breakfast

Jared Kleinkopf, Staff

March 8, 2017

  Tampa residents celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. Day by attending Tampa Organization for Black Affair’s [TOBA] 31st breakfast celebration.The “Day of Service” event, was focused on a commitment of cooperation and featured famous civil rights leader Dr. OtisMoss Jr. Moss. He is a famous...

Tampa Port Ministries Seafarers Center

Tampa Port Ministries Seafarers Center

Yahn Ramos, Staff

November 21, 2016

           Every year, thousands of seafarers come to the left of Tampa Bay from all around the world. Some may come from Poland, Ukraine, Russia, or even from the Philippines, Indonesia, India, China, and Mexico to name some examples. They spend lengthy amounts of time awa...

HCC celebrates Native American heritage

HCC celebrates Native American heritage

Josh Brown, Staff

November 21, 2016

       The month of November was Native American Heritage month, and Hillsborough Community College held a Native American Powwow at the Ybor City campus. On Nov. 2, HCC invited a group of Native Americans to demonstrate their native dancing style and display pieces of art from...

Tampa Bay Lightning Fan Fest

Tampa Bay Lightning Fan Fest

Yahn Ramos, Staff

November 17, 2016

                                                              Sydney Dixson/STAFF   The Tampa Bay Lightning are a team I love and have support...

Luke Cage (Netflix Review)

Luke Cage (Netflix Review)

Jason Kruse, Staff

November 17, 2016

     For those who do not know, Luke Cage is a Marvel Comics superhero. And due to the success of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Netflix exclusive shows like Daredevil and Jessica Jones have done well. Luke Cage, a character introduced in Jessica Jones, is a genetically made superhero...

PlayStation VR:

Jason Kruse, Staff

November 17, 2016

      Virtual Reality has been an ambition since the increase of technological power. Since the 1980s, action movies have predicted the popularity of virtual reality as real life simulations. In the 1990s, Nintendo’s first attempt of VR was the Virtual Boy; a heavy red and black eye sore...

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