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Covid-19’s Route to Normalization

Lauren Gillyard, Editor-in-chief February 25, 2021

After more than a year, Covid-19 has changed the lives of many. Although it has also normalized a lot of things that have happened in our society that has resulted from it.  The first initial reporting...

CF's Forensics Team gets together for a group photo to celebrate the event.

A Weekend of Winnings at the FIFA Tournament

February 24, 2021

The forensics team took a win in the Florida Intercollegiate Forensics Association tournament, FIFA, for the first time in school history on Feb. 19 and 20 and they were able to take home four state championships.   The...

Submissions wanted for Imprints

February 3, 2021

Has the Pandemic brought out your creative side or given you more chances to indulge your artistic tendencies? The CF Literature and Arts magazines would like to hear from you! Every year, CF publishes...

CF Forensics Team

Trinity Salcedo, Editor-In-Chief October 20, 2020

CF Forensics rolled through the University of Alabama's Crimson Classic, virtually and had another great weekend. We had two powerhouse women Eileen Hernandez and Sayjal Jaimungal represent CF. With only...

CF's plan for Spring 2021

CF’s plan for Spring 2021

Trinity Salcedo, Editor-In-Chief October 9, 2020

It’s hard to believe that Covid-19 has been dramatically impacting our lives for about eight months now and that 2020 only has two months left. From lock downs to quarantine, social distancing and face...

CF’s Student Life committee set up their booth at the Ocala campus to help provide students with their free kits. These kits were ‘first come, first serve’ and students were required to show their student IDs.

Students try Henna Art

Lauren Gillyard, Managing Editor September 30, 2020

“Henna at home with GiGi” was a collaboration event done on Zoom with CF’s Student Life Committee and the Appleton Museum. This event had been hosted on Wednesday, September 23 by GiGi, Appleton’s...

Photo Credit: Student Life Committee

CF’s Privilege Walk

Lauren Gillyard, Managing Editor August 5, 2020

On July 13, CF had hosted their very own Privilege Walk. This walk consisted of an activity where the speaker Margorie McGee, faculty, asked participants various questions that deal with race, gender,...

Farewell to Kelly Preston

Lauren Gillyard, Managing Editor July 19, 2020

On July 12, Kelly Preston lost her two-year fight with cancer at the age of 57. Preston’s husband, John Travolta, had announced his farewell through Instagram. He said, “She fought a courageous fight...

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Internet access at CF

Lauren Gillyard, Staff Writer June 12, 2020

Do you have internet access at home? If you don’t, CF has extended its Wi-Fi out into the parking lots. CF has announced that until further notice, all buildings are closed, but students are still allowed...

CF Bookstore Update: May 2020

CF Bookstore Update: May 2020

  Due to COVID-19 concerns, the CF bookstores are temporarily closed to in store shopping. Please email [email protected] for any questions you have. Please include your full name and CF ID number....

CF Update May 27, 2020

CF Update May 27, 2020

Since Covid-19 has taken over, it’s put a lot of students at a standstill when it comes to getting their education the right way. CF President Dr. James Henningsen said in an email to the faculty...

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Covid-19’s impact on Dual Enrollment students

Trinity Salcedo, Content Editor April 21, 2020

When I started this column I already had a vision for how I would write this final piece of writing, not only for this series of articles, but as my last piece for the Patriot Press. To say that things...

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