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How to adult during a pandemic

Allen Barney, Staff Writer

April 11, 2020

When I was growing up, I didn’t think about having a family too often, which in my eyes is a level most children don’t even come across for years. I always knew that it wasn’t going to be easy, but it will be the most rewarding and wonderful ride of my life. I am beyond blessed to have a beautiful...

No debate here, the forensics team is on fire!

The award shelf of the CF Forensics team.

Allen Barney, Staff Writer

April 1, 2020

When people hear the word “forensics” they tend to think of crime scenes, evidence, cultures and anything else that deals with crimes or illegal activity. To a good percentage of the population that believes that is the case, it’s actually a whole different definition in other fields of education.  The term “f...

Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile: a review

Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile: a review

Nathalya Reyes

May 16, 2019

   Most are aware of America’s most famous serial killers. Ted Bundy is ranked as one of the top five. Netflix recently released a movie detailing just how insane this man was. Zac Efron took the lead in portraying Bundy to a T. Down to the mere sentences that were documented in the courtroom ...

Avengers Endgame Review *SPOILERS*


Zach Grinstead

May 16, 2019

Avengers Endgame, which premiered in theaters on April 26, was the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s 22nd movie and last movie in phase three. While it was the last Marvel movie for quite some time, (other than Spider-man: Far From Home) it definitely fulfilled expectations. Following Avengers: Infinity W...

Love, Death, and Robots Review

Love, Death, and Robots Review

Lily Carnival

May 16, 2019

There are some shows that would more appropriately be called works of art. They inspire, and are inspired. The purpose of art is to push the envelope, and make one feel intense emotion. One of those shows is Love, Death and Robots, a Netflix anthology of animated films. Each of the 18 episodes is a...

CF Webber Center hosts its annual art show

This is an art piece named Music which was created using acrylic by Danina Harrington, this piece is worth $150.

Janette Parker

April 29, 2019

In college most students are finding out what their passions are, what they like, and things they wouldn’t want to spend the rest of their lives doing. With so many talents and interests to explore, college is the place where students can magnify them in hopes to be the best. Walking into the Webber ...

Time to de-stress before finals

The flyer for stressbusters explaining everything that will be at the event.

Julia Brodmerkel

April 29, 2019

  The end of the year is close, and students are looking forward to summer vacation. There is just one looming barrier between them and summer: finals. Finals mark the end of a class and semester. All the hard work and studying put in culminate into one final test of knowledge. Some students can find...

Flying high at CF

Fly strumming a few chords during the event to show how music is involved in everything we do.

Reagan Knight

April 29, 2019

    It was a quiet room until motivational speaker, Blake Fly came on stage and got the crowd to clap with him. Fly shared his thoughts on how to handle stress in our lives through the power of friendship and our surroundings in the community. Fly also travels around to different colleges a...

CF alum Sandra Friend brings Florida Hikes to the Ocala Campus

Award-winning author and CF alum Sandra Friend sitting at a table in the newly renovated CF Ocala campus library.

Taylor Roberts

April 12, 2019

  The week of April 7 – April 13, is National Library Week. The newly renovated library on the Ocala campus hosted a talk and presentation by travel writer Sandra Friend on Wednesday, April 10. Sandra Friend, a CF alum, is an award-winning author of over 40 books, travel writer, and photog...

M.E.G.A Monday: Faith–a–Palooza

The ROC Club promoting the word of God from the Holy Bible.

Reagan Knight

April 1, 2019

  It was a pleasant, peaceful feeling yesterday in the Klein Center. CF’s Faith-a-Palooza brought together many religions and clubs to talk about and share their beliefs as well as encourage students the different religious clubs that CF has to offer. This event that occurred on March 27, brough...

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