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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Girls vs. Guys: Super Bowl Parties
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Girls vs. Guys: Super Bowl Parties

Welcome to the first installment of “Girls vs. Guys”, an opinion series where we interview two guys and two girls on their thoughts about a certain topic. This…

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Valencia Voice reviews Vespr Coffeebar
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Valencia Voice reviews Vespr Coffeebar

If you find yourself sipping a Cold Brew Nitro or marveling over a Vanilla Bean Latte, you might have just wandered into Vespr Coffeebar. On Alafaya Trail, in the Waterford…

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Students shed light on pet adoption
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Students shed light on pet adoption

October Is National Adopt A Shelter Dog Month. Here is how a few Valencia students stood when it comes to animal shelters. Poll Question: Shelter vs. Pet Store? Why would…

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Valencia students weigh in on Presidential Debate
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Valencia students weigh in on Presidential Debate

Poll Question: What do you want to hear from Donald Trump and/or Hillary Clinton at the last presidential debate on Wednesday? “I wanna hear more about the police and…

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OPINION: Jose Fernandez was the embodiment of being an American
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OPINION: Jose Fernandez was the embodiment of being an American

Jose Fernandez may have only been a naturalized American citizen for a year and five months before his unfortunate death in a boating accident at the age of…

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Professor submitted: I support Hillary Clinton
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Professor submitted: I support Hillary Clinton

I’ve had it with Donald Trump! I have listened carefully to the 7-2016 GOP Presidential Debates.  None of the 2016 GOP candidates are impressive. This especially applies to Donald Trump.…

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Let’s Work Together: Worldwide Poverty
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Let’s Work Together: Worldwide Poverty

Poverty is not an antiquated phenomenon of the past. In fact, according to Adam Smith’s 1776 The Wealth of Nations, income inequalities, among citizens of the United States, were obvious…

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Q & A With the Orlando Sentinel
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Q & A With the Orlando Sentinel

Orlando Sentinel education reporter Gabrielle Russon along with multimedia artists Andrew Gibson and Charles Minshew came to Valencia as part of News Engagement Day. The Valencia Voice had the opportunity…

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Stigma of mental illness creates further problems for patients
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Stigma of mental illness creates further problems for patients

The stigmatization of mental illness creates societal barriers for people with mental illness. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), 1 in 5 adults will experience…

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