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Collectively mourning, remembering,  Professor Darrell Riley

Collectively mourning, remembering, Professor Darrell Riley

Sarah Toms, Editor-in-chief January 9, 2022

It is with heavy hearts that we officially share that CF’s Professor Darrell Riley  passed away Tuesday, Dec. 7, 2021 at the age of sixty-three due to illness.  A funeral service is set for the month...

Tips to avoid procrastination

Tips to avoid procrastination

Hiran Paez , Staff Writer December 8, 2021

What if I do this later? That is a question I have ask myself for multiple reasons: when doing homework, when I am about to clean my room, or text someone. I am pretty sure this has happened to you as...

Translating the American language

Translating the American language

Isaiah Delgado, Staff Writer December 6, 2021

THIS JUST IN: American isn’t a language at all! In a world filled with various languages, the so-called ‘nation of immigrants’ has managed to restrict itself by only focusing on the English language....

Educational visas being put on ice

Educational visas being put on ice

Isaiah Delgado, Staff Writer December 5, 2021

As the world attempts to return to a new normal post pandemic, some changes are evident particularly in the classroom.  The pandemic had a significant impact on international student enrollment, which...

International Education Weeks has come to an end

International Education Weeks has come to an end

Hiran Paez, Staff Writer November 22, 2021

As of recent years, CF Student Life, and the CF International Club had a successful movie night at the Ocala campus, in building 8, Room 110 this past Friday night, November 19th. The film Mulan, itself,...

Angela Chavez and Captain Hickman representing the Ocala Fire and Rescue

Light Up Ocala is back!

Lexia Thomas, Editor in Chief November 20, 2021

Ending scene of “Pellets, Cherries, and Lies”

Live theatre is back at Dassance Fine Arts Center.

Hiran Paez, Staff writer November 7, 2021

The CF theatre returned with musical performances and live audiences this Friday and Saturday, Nov. 5-6, and Sunday, Nov. 7, taking place in the Dassance Fine Arts Center. Back to being in person, the...

Deconstructing student debt debacle

Deconstructing student debt debacle

Isaiah Delgado , Staff Writer November 5, 2021

In a world where having a college degree has become more of a requirement than a benefit, the importance of affordable education continues to rise. Though Investopedia  reports that as of 2020, roughly...

Kane Smego brings positive energy, creativity to CF

Kane Smego brings positive energy, creativity to CF

William Cann, Staff Writer October 28, 2021

Kane Smego combines poetry, beatbox, impersonation, and audience participation in a unique display of slam poetry at the Dassance Fine Arts Center in Ocala. Kane is the Associate Director of Next Level,...

Never Judge a Book by its Cover

Never Judge a Book by its Cover

Lexia Thomas, Editor in Chief October 17, 2021

Growing up I was always into sports and the main thing that drew my attention were the interviews. When I got older, I understood the goals and reasons behind every player.   Each player had a purpose...

Benefits of jobs for CF student’s career paths

Patriot View Editorial October 4, 2021

Whether it’s part-time or full-time, for fun or for paying bills, working a job while working towards a degree is a common practice for many of us students attending college. As we get closer to obtaining...

Baseball and softball recruiting are back in full swing

Baseball and softball recruiting are back in full swing

Dominic Feo, Staff Writer October 3, 2021

After a more than a year of waiting, CF Patriots Softball and Baseball programs are back. Both teams started their first somewhat normal season this past spring.   A part of getting back...

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