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What was Broward College’s First Step in the Right Direction to Combat the Racial War?

Arianna Allen Online and Podcast Editor Broward College came together as one community on Friday, June 5, 2020 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. through a virtual Student Town Hall for students, faculty, and staff to attend in regards to the racial injustice that our country has been facing. According to the Student Services email that was sent out promoting

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How is Broward College planning on celebrating the Class of 2020?

Arianna Allen Online and Podcast Editor In the uncertainty of the global pandemic of COVID-19, one thing is certain–Broward College will be celebrating the Class of 2020 by holding a virtual commencement ceremony on June 6, 2020, at 1 p.m. While talking with Carlos Parra, the Director of Student Affairs, he emphasized the idea of making the commencement ceremony a

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My South Florida Music Binge Journey in Quarantine Chapter Two: Darling Fire ignites the flame to start our Music Journey

Elliot Tritto Central Bureau Chief Living in South Florida under self-isolation presents many challenges. Unanswered questions lead to an open mind to which escaping from reality plays an important role to stay sane. One method that helps includes finding a selection of local bands to listen to. As I’ve previously stated in the first chapter of My South Florida Music

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How Can “The Last Dance” Unite Us Through COVID-19?

Arianna Allen Staff Writer Expectedly waiting—hope. Hope in a time where the world seems utterly hopeless. Hope through the fear of the effects of COVID-19. Hope. When you think about it, hope is what propels individuals to continue pursuing their dreams. Hope cannot be seen, but it is internal within the depths of an individual’s heart. Hope is expectedly waiting

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Broward’s Men’s Basketball commits three players to Division I programs

Noel Cabrera Editor in Chief Broward College Men’s Basketball team recently announced the commitments of three sophomores that will go on to play at Division 1 collegiate programs. Guard Darien Jenkins committed to Texas State, forward DeAndre Pinckney committed to Southern Miss, and forward/center Jongkor Ajongo committed to Chicago State. These three players played a huge role in the Seahawks

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