Category Archives: Opinion

Environmental symposium focuses on water

Renn Darbonne North Bureau Chief Each year The Social Science Club at North Campus presents an environmental symposium that gives students at Broward College the opportunity to meet and work with agencies that are key players in the fight to develop and implement various environmental policies. Students that attend the panel discussions are able to have a deeper understanding and

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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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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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Will the XFL succeed the second time around or fail again?

Elliot Tritto Central Bureau Chief  Have you ever imagined that two national football leagues would exist in America? Well, Vince McMahon, CEO and Chairman of the WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment), envisioned a second football league in 2001. Forbes Magazine reports that McMahon’s estimated revenue is around $2.1 billion, so it’s only right for him to kickstart an “xtreme” football league

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Uighur Muslims In China: Is This The Beginning Of A Second Holocaust?

Renée Darbonne North Bureau Chief The Uighur Muslims are a Turkic ethnic group predominantly residing in Xinjiang. Uighurs speak various dialects of two languages divided by the remnants of two independent republics. There are roughly 11 million Uighur Muslims living in the mountainous region of northwest China formally known as Xinjiang. Currently, there are Uighur Muslims being held in “re-education” concentration

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