The Board of Trustees for the University of Central Florida voted today to raise tuition by 15 percent. The increase will go into effect for the upcoming fall term. The move is part of an attempt to close a $50 million gap left by a reduction in state funding. Increased tuition will cover $20 million... Read more »
Snow White died from indigestion. Cinderella let three ugly bitches boss her around when she could have easily chucked up a deuce, walked out the door to the nearest mansion, and get paid to clean house. Sleeping beauty was overcome by a freaking sewing machine. I don’t want to wake up thirty years... Read more »
Guns. On campus, on television, in the news: They're everywhere. Who has them? What are the laws? How does the Second Amendment relate to our modern society? What do citizens on both sides of the issue say? Our special report goes in depth to give you all the need-to-know information, plus a little... Read more »
By Shay Castle firstname.lastname@example.org Hudson Capi, the student involved in a gun incident on Valencia’s West Campus on May 26, is scheduled to go to trial Monday, Oct. 17. Hudson is being charged with possession of a firearm on school property, a third degree felony punishable by up to five years... Read more »
August 2, 2011
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Click here to read the August 3 issue of Valencia Voice. Also in this issue: The '90s are back on Teen Nick with the return of classic shows. Trade talk: We break down who went where in the NFL and MLB trades.
Click here to read the July 27 issue of Valencia Voice. Also in this issue: Amy Winehouse, 27, dies. Check out an obit and celeb reactions. Students speak out about Valencia's smoking ban The NFL lockout is over! Check out the terms of the new deal.
Check out the July 20 issue of Valencia Voice here. Also in this issue: Potter-mania!! Movie review, box office numbers, and Leaky Con coverage U.S. women's soccer team renews interest in sport despite loss Sunrail will start moving soon in Central Florida
Last shuttle launch caps 30 years of NASA success Check out the July 13 issue of Valencia Voice here. Also in this issue: Casey returns to court for civil suit Revered First Lady Betty Ford remembered Potter-mania! Students, theaters prepare for end of era
By Collin Dever email@example.com Violence has been a byproduct of the human condition since our arrival on Earth. It would seem, given history, that it is an unavoidable repercussion of coexisting humans. There are some who believe that as humans we deserve better; that violence is not inevitable... Read more »
By Rofkens Petit-Homme firstname.lastname@example.org Family, friends, and members of the aeronautics community joined together to celebrate the lives of seven incredible explorers: Gregory B. Jarvis, S. Christa McAuliffe, Ronald E. McNair, Ellison S. Onizuka, Francis ‘Dick’ Scobee, Michael J. Smith,... Read more »