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#BlackExcellence: Vincent Taylor

Most teachers walk into class, Vincent Taylor skates.  On special occasions, as students shuffle into class, Taylor rolls around on his skates to give students a positive start to the day and provide motivation to get through the week. Described by co-workers as a creative, up-beat, and dependable colleague, Taylor brings high energy to the classroom on a daily basis.  …

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Student Spotlight: Marie Rejouis

College is the time where we find out our interest, master our craft, and try our best to leave a mark on campus through service and involvement. Marie Rejouis, a first generation student from Tampa, FL, took this idea and really made college her own throughout her four years at Florida Atlantic University

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A Tale of Two Troupes

This article was originally published at www.theparadigmpress.com On August 19th, 2019 Prestige Modeling Troupe Incorporated was founded at Florida Atlantic University. With their release came a ton of speculation about what set this new organization apart from the existing modeling troupe, Fashion Forward. To the blind eye, people might think: “They’re both modeling troupes, of course they are the same”…

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Hey Ravens! Watch This Bulldog Fly!

Hayden Hurst is no stranger to success. However, the current NFL football player has had his time with failure. During his time at Bolles, Hayden collected two state championship baseball rings. However, the road to being a first round draft pick for the Baltimore Ravens in 2018 wasn’t easy. His low-90’s fastball made him a powerful pitcher for the varsity…

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New All-Star Up to Bat : Hunter Barco

“No one in my family has ever played baseball” Barco said. His dad was a kicker for Florida State and his mom a cheerleader at Florida Southern, “Baseball didn’t run in the family, I played t-ball when I was younger like most little kids do and I’ve loved it ever since. I keep playing now because I love the game…

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The Elder Working Crisis

While at the Peace Sullivan/James Ansin High School Workshop in Journalism and New Media my video group produced a news package on the Elder Work Crisis. Below is the article by Allessandra Inzinna on the Elder Work Crisis: http://miamimontage.org/2018/07/14/older-workers/ And below is the video produced by myself, Nyah Hardmon, and Allessandra Inzinna scroll down. Be sure to like comment and share!

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BENZO DEPENDENCIES THREATEN SOUTH FLORIDA’S HUGE ELDERLY POPULATION

Ten years ago, Cheryl, 55, walked into her doctor’s office hoping to cure her anxiety and depression. Instead, she left with what would soon become an unexpected physical dependency. Cheryl was prescribed her first Benzodiazepine. Today, though no longer dependent, she still suffers from protracted injury resulting from having taken a drug considered to be more addictive than heroin. “I didn’t…

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