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BC hosts screenwriter Lisa Seidman for MFLA 2019

Anabel Sanchez and Clara St. Fleur Online Editor and Contributing Writer   The 5th annual MFLA week kicked off on March 18 when BC’s Miramar West Campus hosted author and screenwriter Lisa Seidman. Organized by the chairman of this year’s MFLA, Dr. Billy Jones, this year’s theme was “The Power of Storytelling.” Dr. Jones along with Dr. Joanne Leoni arranged

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STEAM ends with a Rush; A student collab with Leandra Arvazzetti

Thandie Brown Staff Writer   Broward College students should expect to see their work featured on South Campus within the Art Gallery this Summer 2019.  South Florida based Installation artist, Leandra Arvazzetti, lead the final South Campus STEAM event mid-March featuring pictures of her labor-intensive, eye-catching artwork. Each chair was filled, and every corner was occupied by the time the

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Together we stand, together we skate: United Skates documentary

Michelle Castano Editor-in-Chief   Lights, camera, action! The United Skates documentary was screened at BC’s Bailey Hall theatre on Central Campus on March 21. Winner of multiple film festivals including the Tribeca Film festival for which it received the Audience Award, this documentary covers an underground African American subculture that has never been fully explained thus yet.  The skating rink

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Broward College’s TEDx event back for Year Two to ignite and inspire

Stephanie Sylvester  Copy Editor    Broward College south campus was presented the honor to host the second annual TEDx event in the PCAT. Eight intellectual speakers with a variety of topics, discussions, and questions made the experience one to be ignited and inspired by.  Management professor Natalie Butto kicks off her talk with a provoking question: “What’s your problem?” Professor

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Within our backyard: the reality of human trafficking

Thandie Brown Staff Writer As of January 2018, The Florida Department of Health estimated that more than 20 million men, women and children around the world are victims of human trafficking; Florida is ranked as the third highest trafficking destination in the country. South Campus speech professor, Professor Cornelius Brownlee and member of the Statewide Council on Human Trafficking, said

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Spoken Artistry and Stories: Slam Poet, Pages Matam

Thandie Brown Staff Writer The College Affairs and Student Engagement Department has plenty of events for the students at Broward College to attend this Black History Month and featured well-known vocal artist Pages Matam, for a mid-afternoon Slam Poetry experience. The Cameroonian Creative opens the stage with transparency and incorporates a tone of liberation into most of his performance pieces.

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