Theatre of War: A Dramatic Reading of Scenes from Sophocles’ Philoctetes
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Theatre of War: A Dramatic Reading of Scenes from Sophocles’ Philoctetes

On October 29, 2018 at 4 P.M., the Performing Arts Center at Valencia’s East Campus hosted the Theatre of War […]

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In the Heights Review
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In the Heights Review

Two in the afternoon at the Orlando Shakespeare Theatre, people entered the room, following the ushers as they led them […]

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Opinion: What Puerto Rico Is To Us
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Opinion: What Puerto Rico Is To Us

In a new poll conducted by Sam Schaffer of Valencia College’s East Campus, it came to light that there was […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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. […]

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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? […]

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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 […]

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