Category Archives: BC Spotlight

Mariana Vejar, a student with a passion for education

Camellia Baki  News Editor Mariana Vejar is who anyone would describe as the quintessential American college student. She has just turned twenty, is studying full-time, and has big plans for her future. However, there is something that makes Vejar distinct from her peers.  “My mother is very independent and strong, like a boss, while my father is like a philosopher,”

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The Black Lives Matter Movement

Dolores VilStaff Writer George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade Ahmaud Arbery, Attatiana Jefferson, Michelle Cusseaux, Trayvon Martin, Aura Rosser, Stephon Clark, Botham Jean, Philandro Castille, Alton Sterling, Freddie Gray, Mike Brown, Janisha Fonville, Eric Garner, Akai Gurley, Gabriella Nevarez, Tamir Rice, Elijah McClain, Tanisha Anderson, Walter Scott, Alton Sterling Charleena Lyles and Sandra Bland. The Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement

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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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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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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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