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Why It’s Okay to be a Non-STEM Major

By Cresonia Hsieh Freshman, Journalism Major It seems to be the trend in America to emphasize the importance of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) majors and devalue the significance of non-STEM/ humanities majors. These sentiments are being felt especially among Florida post-secondary institutions because of Governor Rick Scott’s recent proposal to raise the tuition […]

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Steve Jobs

By Stepfanie Lam Sophomore, Biology Major As I am sitting here writing this article, my iPhone is making the usual notification noises, ironically distracting me from finishing this article about its inventor, Steve Jobs. Due to the fact that I have lived in the Silicon Valley my entire life, Steve Jobs was definitely a well-known […]

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Remembering 9/11

By Emily Braun Sophomore, Telecommunications Major September 11, 2001: A day that strikes feelings of remembrance, somberness, and patriotism in the heart of every American. It was a day of terror, a day that sent our nation into a shockwave of panic in a matter of minutes. However, for me, as an 8-year-old 3rd-grader, it […]

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A Strong Season Ahead

By Cassidy Whitson Sophomore, Journalism Major Its September, y’all! While everyone is excited about different things – the return of the pumpkin spice latte, breaking out those boots, the first day with a slight chill in the air – we can agree that Gator football brings us all together. The game day atmosphere is like nothing else. Ending […]

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