Category Archives: BC News

The crisis of Black maternity: education and wellness

Thandie Brown Online Editor “I only know what they told me; I thought maybe it was my fault.” These are the first phrases to leave the mouth of Jenese Rasberry as she recalls the unmemorable birth of her last child. Medicinal history is dependent upon trial and error. A relationship sometimes seen as non-symbiotic, or exploitive depending on the community,

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Village Square: The Ins and Outs of Realty

Thandie Brown Online Editor 2020’s Village Square was a 180 of the last forum Broward College participated in. Moderated by Brian Bandell Senior Reporter with the South Florida Business Journal, Bandell kept the night positive and informative. The evening was paneled by, Kyle Jones of State Public Affairs NAIOP (Commercial Real Estate Development Association) and Susan L. Trevarthen of Member

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Chick-N-Grill to be replaced on South Campus

Thandie Brown Online Editor Student voices have different ways of being accessed in institutional settings. For example, surveys, online forums, chats, face-to-face discussions, meetings, etc. In the age of social media, issues about student resources are often accompanied by complaints. They are noted, but the delivery is more so impersonal. To combat the dilemmas that surround the student body, Broward

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Elections office visits Broward to inform students

Ryan Marin South Bureau Chief With the Florida Democratic and Republican Primary on March 17, it is important that students know when, where and how to vote. The Political Science Club collaborated with the Broward County Supervisor of Election’s voter outreach office to make sure that students can get informed about the process. Led by John Way, Public Services Director

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If I Don’t Make it I Love You: How survivors cope

Renee Darbonne North Bureau Chief Alex Shachter was an honors student who loved marching band, basketball and bothering his sister. Joaquin Oliver was an avid sportsman loved by everyone for his dedication to fairness and equality. Helena Ramay was a model student involved in numerous activities and cared immensely about human rights. These are a few of the lives lost

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Annual journalism boot camp inspires students

Breauna Johnson Contributing Writer When you think of a boot camp you think of working out your body, struggling in the mud and rain to become stronger for your future goals. Where Professor Jennifer Shapiro’s Journalism Boot Camp has an absence of running in the rain and mud, there is an ambition to help get aspiring communications students’ goals into

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Pizza and politics offers food for thought

Renee Darbonne North Bureau Chief The North Campus Student Government Association hosted a Pizza and Politics event on Feb 4. The purpose of this event was to create an environment that promotes a free-flowing discussion led by either a professor, student or prominent political figure. The pizza is complimentary to create a comfortable space within the coffeehouse for students to

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