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The right lane of thought

Will Clark, Staff Writer

May 23, 2012

 In regards to comments involving the social faux pas of the non-driver    A few days ago I read an article about how fewer teenagers and young adults are driving cars. The article was both insightful and inciting, as it made some brilliant observations and hypotheses into the new trend of n...

For the love of money

For the love of money

Michael Woodside, Commentary Editor

February 23, 2012

   It’s a hard world out there for college students. Many of us are hard up for cash, between books and tuition (let alone eating and finding decent living accommodations). I can barely rub two quarters together. But lo and behold, a grand new opportunity awaits those that can spare some time and pe...

Seminole Hard Rock 2012 Gasparilla Parade

Seminole Hard Rock 2012 Gasparilla Parade

Keena Haywood, Staff Wrirter

February 1, 2012

   The Seminole Hard Rock 2012 Gasparilla Parade of Pirates had tens of thousands of attendees arrive for Tampa’s largest festivity on January 28th. However, this year employed a few changes that parade veterans may not have been used to. Ye Mystic Krewe of Gasparilla was given the key to the cit...

The candidates come to Florida

The candidates come to Florida

Michael Woodside, Commentary Editor

January 28, 2012

   Has it been four years already? It’s hard to believe that a presidential election is once again underway. It seems like just yesterday a young Barack Obama was being inaugurated. Now a grayer man takes to the campaign trail again, hoping to secure reelection. But he isn’t unopposed.    A b...

Bachmann refuted by scientists for comment

Emily Duren, Editor-In-Chief

October 17, 2011

   With the 2012 presidential election looming, candidates are campaigning around the country; but one has been in the news lately, and not for her great speeches. Michele Bachmann made a disastrous comment during a Republican debate in Orlando last month.    Rick Perry, current Govenor of Texas, is ordering al...

Copper wire may be on its way out

John Winskas, Staff Writer

October 17, 2011

   A lot has been said about the potential application of nanotechnology, within the last 15 years. Investment banks, entreprenuers, and engineers have been spent billions of dollars in research into companies which until recently, have been running in the red. Things have changed in the past few ye...

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