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    Are Autonomous Cars the Future?

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    By Jordan Frazier Car Accidents and Fatalities The global epidemic of road crash fatalities and disabilities is gradually being recognized as a major public health concern. The first step to being informed about global road safety and to developing effective road safety interventions is to have access to facts. Over 37,000 people die in road […]

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    The Weight of a Blackened Face

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    The Weight of a Blackened Face – A student opinion By Joshua Lamb In February there was the emergence of an image, featuring a man in blackface alongside a man dressed in the sheets of the Ku Klux Klan. We officially have no certainty as to who either of the men are. Initial speculation however […]

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    A Milestone in Marriage: The Golden Anniversary

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    By Ignahi Gonzalez Is there a way to congratulate that woman who has put up with a stubborn spouse for so long? She has stayed with him past the dirty socks on the floor, despite the hamper being three mere steps away, the nasty eating habits, and the bad tempers. Her spouse should also be […]

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    The Effects of Fast Fashion

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    By Emma Nickse In recent years, the fashion industry has seen a skyrocketing of new stores, suppliers, and buyers. Access to the most recent trends right off the runway can be found at your local Forever 21, H&M, and Cotton On at a much more affordable price. It allows people from all incomes to dress […]

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    Battle for the Best Mexican Food!

    Arts & Entertainment

    By Chelsea Bello (Tampa, FL) I have decided to review three Mexican restaurants: Roccos Tacos, Vallarta’s, and Chipotle in order to find the best one. Mexican food has influenced Americans heavily, especially in the last half of the 20th century. Most Americans have integrated Mexican food into their daily eats, as it can be found […]

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    Should All Elementary Schools Be Required to Teach a Foreign Language?

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    By Jacob Wilson There are approximately 7.5 billion people in the world and 1.5 billion of them can speak English, that is a whopping 20% of the World’s population. Only 360 million people speak English as their native language, this means that all of those people chose to learn English as a second language. Only […]

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    DT Comp I Students Collaborate with the St. Petersburg Police Department

    SPC Programs & Events

    By Natalie Giovinco and Keandre Watts It’s ALARMING news that in the city of St. Petersburg cars are being broken into on a mass scale. Spread the word so we can help minimize the number of stolen vehicles and personal belongings in our community. As college students, we typically leave various items in our vehicles. […]

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    New York Fashion Week

    Lifestyle & Opinion

    By Sydney Barnes New York Fashion Week.  What exactly is it?  A question asked by many who are not already completely immersed in it.  Fashion week happens twice a year, once in September for spring/summer lines, and once in February for fall/winter lines.  The week basically allows designers to display their new collections on the […]

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    The Prevalence of Body Dysmorphia Disorder

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    By Madeleine Latimer Have you ever heard of Body Dysmorphia Disorder? Body Dysmorphia Disorder, also called BDD, is an extremely common disorder, even more so than Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), anorexia, and schizophrenia, developing often in adolescence. BDD is most easily described as a body-image disorder. Sure, everyone has parts of themselves that they don’t […]

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