Review: Soul of a Woman
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Review: Soul of a Woman

Elisabeth Withers-Mendes’ event The Soul of a Woman took place last week at the Performing Arts Center pertaining on Valencia’s East Campus. The stage filled with a group…

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Peace and Justice Event Explores Gun Debate
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Peace and Justice Event Explores Gun Debate

By Nathaniel Carnahan, Voice Contributor The Peace and Justice Institute (PJI) hosted a screening of the 2016 film “Making a Killing: Guns, Greed, and the NRA” at the…

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College Demographic Key During Election Season
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College Demographic Key During Election Season

With perhaps what may be considered the most significant midterm election of the century coming up this Nov., candidates of both parties will be campaigning hard to curry…

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Valencia Poll: What’s The Craziest Thing You’ve Done To Stay Cool In The Summer Heat?
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Valencia Poll: What’s The Craziest Thing You’ve Done To Stay Cool In The Summer Heat?

The state of Florida is known to be one of the hottest states in the United States of America, so there is no doubt that when Valencia College…

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Interning Abroad
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Interning Abroad

Interning for a study abroad course is a great way to experience a different country while also boosting your resume. Interested in politics or Europe, but already taken…

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Earth Day Tip: Recycle
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Earth Day Tip: Recycle

Valencia College has recycling bins all around campus, but some students wonder what’s actually recyclable and why it is such a big deal. According to KQED Education, more…

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March For Our Lives Slideshow
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March For Our Lives Slideshow

UCF and Valencia College student, Andrea Quiroz, photographed the March For Our Lives event at Lake Eola in Orlando.  Quiroz, who moved to the U.S. from Colombia when…

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Opinion: How Can We Define Black History Month?
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Opinion: How Can We Define Black History Month?

As Black History month begins, let’s look back on how far we’ve come. We came from “White Only” signs to all races sitting in the same room. We…

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Plastic Surgery on the Rise for College Students
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Plastic Surgery on the Rise for College Students

Going under the knife to have surgery voluntarily can be a difficult decision with drastic consequences. Despite the risk, young adults, especially college students, are more likely than…

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University of Florida Students Rise Up Against Richard Spencer
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University of Florida Students Rise Up Against Richard Spencer

University of Florida students protested against white nationalist speaker, Richard Spencer, by gathering in front of the Curtis M. Phillips Center for at UF this past Thursday, Oct.…

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