Spotlight: ‘Division – The Trayvon/Jordan Project’
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Spotlight: ‘Division – The Trayvon/Jordan Project’

One unarmed teen killed on Feb. 26, 2012 in Sanford. Another unarmed teen killed in the same state on Nov. 23, 2012 in Jacksonville — two dates that…

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Photos: ‘Divison – The Trayvon/Jordan Project’
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Valencia College Play Examines Fallout of Deaths of Trayvon Martin, Jordan Davis
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Valencia College Play Examines Fallout of Deaths of Trayvon Martin, Jordan Davis

The Valencia College theater department presents an original docudrama, “Division: The Trayvon/Jordan Project” in the Valencia East Campus Black Box Theater, from Feb. 11 to 16, 2015. The…

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Valencia president Dr. Sandy Shugart responds to questions raised by ‘Ivory Tower’ documentary
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Valencia president Dr. Sandy Shugart responds to questions raised by ‘Ivory Tower’ documentary

Andrew Rossi’s latest documentary “Ivory Tower,” which world premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival and makes its global television premiere on CNN tonight, Nov. 20, at 9…

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Citrus Bowl cuts ribbon, changing landscape of Central Florida sports
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Citrus Bowl cuts ribbon, changing landscape of Central Florida sports

A new era in Central Florida sports started on Wednesday when the Citrus Bowl had its ribbon cutting ceremony and allowed the public inside for the first time…

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Everything you need to know about Halloween Horror Nights 24
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Everything you need to know about Halloween Horror Nights 24

With summer winding down and fall approaching fast, there is one holiday on everyone’s mind: Halloween. And with the candy, costumes and parties comes Universal Orlando Resort’s premiere…

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Habitat for Humanity building a home for single-mother Valencia student
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Habitat for Humanity building a home for single-mother Valencia student

With the high level of poverty on the rise, many people are struggling to keep a job, let alone a roof over their heads. Luckily, there are companies…

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One Blood’s relationship with West Campus surpasses Big Red Bus
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One Blood’s relationship with West Campus surpasses Big Red Bus

Every Monday, a large red bus, labeled ‘The Big Red Bus’ sits outside the SSB parking lot on West Campus at Valencia. There, it sits waiting for students…

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Hydraulic fracturing is on its way to the Sunshine State
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Hydraulic fracturing is on its way to the Sunshine State

Usually when people think of America’s natural gas and oil production there eyes immediately point to places like Texas or Alaska followed by the stereotypical image of a…

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Venezuelans at Valencia rally to support homeland with SOS program
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Venezuelans at Valencia rally to support homeland with SOS program

News of Venezuela has been splashing across various outlets, showing that the country is in serious trouble. ‘SOS Venezuela’ was an event created to bring awareness to the…

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