Category Archives: BC News

New basketball coach leads men’s team at Broward College

De’Ronzy Lawrence Sports Editor   The requirements fit to be a leader are traits only a few can possess. Those who are born with such traits have the ability to create a following that believes in their vision; Understanding and reaching each individual so that they will not only function as oneself, but as a unit. Athletic Director Robert Deustchman

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New veterans resource center opens on South Campus

Ray Alce Social Media Editor   Colleges and universities are experiencing an exceptional rise in the number of veteran students. Because of that, many schools have developed specific programs and services designed in order to improve the success of veterans in higher education. Still, data from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) shows that a small percentage of veterans use

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Photojournalism captures emotions of Parkland shooting

Michael Gennaro North Bureau Chief   Photojournalist Ian Witlen visited the North Campus coffeehouse on Aug. 28 to chat with students and share the stories behind the photographs he took following the Parkland shooting last February. Witlen, who has snapped pictures for Billboard, Rolling Stone, Spin and other major publications, described the untold stories behind the photographs taken in the

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Let’s Pop Some Tags

Stephanie Sylvester Editor-in-chief   One of the most important things to a college student other than getting that paper in by 11:59 p.m. or studying for finals is saving money in any way they can. Well, guess what? Just for being a Broward College student, one can automatically save some serious coinage at select restaurants, salons, mechanic shops and more.

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Save money, time by seeing academic advisor early

Chris Stauffer Staff Writer   After transitioning to college, many students may not understand how necessary it is to develop a relationship with their academic advisor. While in high school, it was often recommended to see the advisor if there was a scheduling problem. High school counselors would follow-up by excusing a student from class in order to discuss class

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Art professor Jônatas Chimen gets ready for upcoming exhibit

Professor Jonatas Chimen's art gallery exhibit

Anabel Sanchez Online Editor   He credits Brazil for the influence his peoples’ warm-heartedness had on him. “I grew up in a community where everyone trusted everybody. The children were the children of everybody, and everyone’s parents were like your own parents,” he recalls. From an early age, he showed a deep interest in art while attending Catholic school and

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