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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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Getting students involved with Black Student Union

Ryan Marin South Bureau Chief The discussion at Broward College on subjects such as obstacles the black community face, systemic racism, the black-white wealth gap, is alive and kicking, thanks to Black Student Union. Black Student Union, also known as BSU, is a student-centered club where black students come together to have intellectual conversations on important issues and matters that

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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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What are political primaries and what they mean for voters

Erick Mendez Staff Writer Political Primaries are contests that take place at more than one point of election year before November. A Presidential Primary is an election that narrows down which candidate running for the oval office directly from a group of multiple people will make it to the general election representing their identified political party. Think of it as

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Who is Jen Perelman for FL Congressional District 23?

Erick Mendez Staff Writer As voters will have their eyes on the 2020 election, it is my pleasure to interact with grassroots candidates running for Congress. To provide some background, Jennifer Perelman is a first-time contender for Florida’s District-23, a position in the United States House of Representatives that has been held by long-time incumbent Debbie Wasserman Schultz. Beyond that,

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Donuts with the Dean on Central Campus

Elliot Tritto Central Bureau Chief  At one point in our lives, we will either follow or become a leader. Whether that title stands as a manager, boss, general or head chef, we see leaders everywhere. Often, leadership endures some of life’s most significant challenges and strengths, yet only a few can master this art. These challenges include communication, meeting deadlines,

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