Professor submitted: Misogyny is still alive!
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Professor submitted: Misogyny is still alive!

As an adult male, I am both appalled and very disappointed by numerous commercial ads on television and in newspapers and magazines as well, which feature women in…

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GREG SAYS: Politicians battle to gain student approval
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GREG SAYS: Politicians battle to gain student approval

“In course I did; how was I to read it if I hadn’t? All’s fair in love and war, you know…” – Frank Smedley Of course, we all…

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Newly proposed I-4 toll lanes, worth the hassle and expense?
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Newly proposed I-4 toll lanes, worth the hassle and expense?

Earlier this month the governor and state lawmakers signed off on a new deal to add express toll lanes on I-4, costing the Florida Department of Transportation an…

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S.T.E.M degrees of seperation, Rick Scott’s assualt on the arts
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S.T.E.M degrees of seperation, Rick Scott’s assualt on the arts

Sometime last year, Florida Governor Rick Scott, whose approval rating in virtually every statewide poll is the lowest of any governor since the birth of Florida after Ponce…

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‘Twitterpated’ with Twitter, social media changing news
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‘Twitterpated’ with Twitter, social media changing news

Twitter has evolved from being known as just another social networking site to an instant source of news. When asked whether Valencia students knew that Twitter could be…

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Experience of a first-time voter, election via Instagram
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Experience of a first-time voter, election via Instagram

ORLANDO — My family was never very outspoken on their political affiliations. My parents didn’t vote for the first time until the 2008 election, and they’ve lived in this country for years.…

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Have political ads become an unethical game of finances?
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Have political ads become an unethical game of finances?

Every four years America gathers to either re-elect a president or eject one from office via ‘’work-almost-every-time” majority vote. Much like that other really important American sporting event…

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UCF raises tuition again
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UCF raises tuition again

State legislatures are at it again. The University of Central Florida has hit students with another increase in tuition. The maximum increase public universities can ask for is…

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Apple, Samsung, back in court
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Apple, Samsung, back in court

Samsung and Apple are at it again. This time Samsung is suing Apple for violating eight of its patents. The back and forth courtroom battle has been going…

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Opposing views: ‘No Easy Day’ too much or just right?
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Opposing views: ‘No Easy Day’ too much or just right?

Pro “No Easy Day” release: I can see no reason for any book to be banned, whether the author has gone against military protocol to publish it or…

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