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Seahawk Marketplace: An Innovative Way to Feed Students

Jessica Kladerman – Editor-in-Chief In this fast-paced society, we are expected to sleep 8 hours a day. Work, or go to class for another 8 hours, and add in time to commute to and from work and/or school.  We are supposed to walk 10,000 steps every day, meditate, buy fresh food, and cook it in a timely manner so it doesn’t

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Broward’s Honors College Gives Serious Students Serious Benefits

Gabriella Small – Layout Editor Many students at Broward College are diligent, hard workers who come from many walks of life and juggle the hardships of everyday life with their studies. Some students, however, want to spice up their academic life by adding in an extra challenge that can test their learning abilities to the limits. Broward’s Honors College comes

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Political Science Club Provides Safe Place to Discuss Past Year’s Events

Ryan Martin – Campus Editor Ever since Covid-19 arrived in March 2020, so much has happened in such a short time. We have a new president, we have seen social justice issues come to the forefront, and most people have had to adjust to working from home. The Political Science Club has provided a place for students to come together

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Remote Internships, Can They Actually Work?

Jessica Kladerman – Editor-in-Chief In the highly competitive world of fashion internships, the experience you can gain from working for a fashion company is instrumental in your developing portfolio. I applied for several positions on LinkedIn completely shooting in the dark. I never thought in a million years I would hear back from one of the first interning programs I

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Making It in Entertainment: Internship Edition

Megan Vineberg – Contributing Writer Anything worth having does not come easy, as they say. Ask any student today in music business with the goal of going into live music touring within the hospitality industry, or those in entertainment management. Music is not something that necessarily requires a degree, and yet a lot of positions in the industry on the

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Space Jam: A New Legacy – Was It Worth the Wait?

Colette Tamburini – Staff Writer Welcome back to the Space Jam! Summer’s latest hit movie, Space Jam: A New Legacy, came out on the HBOMax streaming service July 16. After 25 years of the first Space Jam film, the highly anticipated follow-up now stars successful basketball player LeBron James alongside the classic Looney Tunes crew. But with all the mixed reviews

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Students Get Creative in the 4th Wall Theater club

Leonardo Lopez – Staff Writer The 4th Wall club is open to both theatre majors and other students interested in becoming a member of Broward College’s Theatre department. The club plans to transition their online Zoom meetings to the South Campus later this year. The 4th Wall club specializes in supporting the activities of the Theatre Department. All BC students

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Broward College to Give Students a Lyft

Megan Vineberg – Staff Writer As part of a whole host of improvement plans through the CARES Act, Broward College has partnered with the rideshare company Lyft. Offering Lyft rides will provide access and incentive to students who don’t otherwise have the resources to get to and from campus. Thanks to Seahawk Outreach Services (SOS), Broward College is providing students

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Carnival celebrated during CARIBBEAN American Heritage Month

Leonardo Lopez – Contributing Writer Whether it is in South America, the Caribbean, Canada or even right here in South Florida, when flashing feathers and lively drum music begin to the fill the air, the locals head to the streets because they know what is going on- Carnival! Carnival is a time of festivities and feasting celebrated before the season of Lent.

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Cares act provides help for new students in need

Ryan Marin – Staff Writer The federally funded Cares Act Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund has provided relief for students who need financial assistance due to the impact of Covid-19. The funding can be used for costs related to attending college, such as tuition, fees, books, and a computer, or for personal living expenses like housing, food, transportation, childcare and healthcare. This

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