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    The Prevalence of Body Dysmorphia Disorder

    Lifestyle & Opinion

    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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    The Curious Case of ICE

    News & Politics, Political-Opinion

    By Matt France Macias “When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending their best…. They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists. And some, I assume, are good people.” Since that speech, President Trump promised a border wall, which is still a thing that he continues to fight for. Some members of Congress have opposed […]

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    Opioid Addiction in Young Adults

    Lifestyle & Opinion

    By Matthew King Opium has cemented itself in history within different civilizations dating as far back as 3,400 B.C. It’s uses varied with aiding sleep and calming nerves but its most common use is as a pain reliever (Editors, 2017) Today Opioids take the form of prescription pills such as Hydrocodone and Oxycodone, Morphine, Heroin […]

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    Artwork by Rock ‘n’ Roll Legend on Display in LRMA

    SPC Programs & Events

    Artwork by Rock ‘n’ Roll Legend on Display in LRMA exhibition Comin’ Back to Me: The Music and Spirit of ’69 – A Tribute to Marty Balin Summer exhibition pays tribute to the art and life of the founder of 1960s band Jefferson Airplane   Tarpon Springs, Fla., June 6, 2019— The year 1969 saw […]

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    Lifestyle & Opinion

    By Georgie Wooding I’ve had 5 concussions, and I am sat here writing this paper with one. Concussions go by unreported at an alarming rate with five out of ten cases not being reported. Over three million Americans this year alone will get a concussion. Concussions are defined as an “injury to the brain that […]

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    Can Bernie Still Lead His Own Revolution?

    Lifestyle & Opinion, News & Politics, Political-Opinion

    By Fouad Makdessi On February 19th, an article appeared in the New York times regarding Senator Bernie Sanders. He has made it clear that he will embark on his second presidential race for this upcoming election. The last time Senator Sanders ran for president was against Hillary Clinton in 2016. Bernie Sanders is a Senator […]

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    Poetry: A Written Diorama of the Florida Geological Scene

    Out of the Sandbox

    By Tiffiny Rose Allen Florida, the land where I was born. Never really thought much about where I grew up, Never really thought about how the rocks formed even though I always admired them. I used to just accept them as they were, Until I learned.   Over 160 million years ago… Florida used to […]

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    There’s No Place in the World Like Ohana Coffee Kava Tea

    Arts & Entertainment

    By Erin Detzler “Shells up – BULA!” Take one step into Ohana Coffee Kava and Tea and there’s a good chance you’ll hear this cheerful exclamation during your visit. Traditionally this exultation is used in a celebratory way; it’s the Fijian expression for “To good health and good life.” Benefits of Kava Now you might […]

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    Hate Crimes on the LGBT+ Community

    Lifestyle & Opinion

    By Katy White Hate crimes on the LGBT+ community What causes so much hate on one community? A community like the LGBT+ community is one that always stays together. Over the years there have been many attacks on this community. There are many different things that explain what is going on in this community today […]

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