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Publix in a crisis

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Jake Peterson, Staff Writer

April 25, 2020

Publix has always been the store to go to when you want the best customer service, a great shopping experience, or a pub sub. In the past month, Publix has seen a lot of changes many customers aren’t fond of. The biggest change that has swept the store by storm is the new 2 per item limit. Most...

Covid-19’s impact on Dual Enrollment students

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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 did not turn out how I had imagined would be an understatement. Due to Covid-19, some of you, like...

Transitioning to Online (CF Updates)

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Lauren Gillyard and Courtesy of College of Central Florida

April 14, 2020

From in-class to online, CF goes out of its way to ensure the safety of its students and faculty. On March 30, classes started getting conducted online after a week of preparation from each professor. All classes will continue for the rest of the spring semester in an online format. After a few c...

Classes at CF move to online following coronavirus precautions

Classes at CF move to online following coronavirus precautions

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March 19, 2020

Upon the recommendation of the Florida Governor and Department of Education, the College of Central Florida will complete spring semester classes in an online format. We are focusing on safety while also remaining committed to maintaining operations so that students can complete classes. To support...

CF Coronavirus update as of March 18, 2020

CF Coronavirus update as of March 18, 2020

Courtesy of College of Central Florida

March 19, 2020

  March 18, 2020   Good Afternoon CF Team: As the situation regarding COVID-19 continues to change rapidly, we remain focused on the health and safety of our students, faculty, and staff. Our COVID-19 response team has been working through Spring Break to ta...

M.E.G.A. Monday

October 3, 2018

M.E.G.A. Monday held in building 40 in the Klein Conference Center was filled with students, faculty, and staff eager to teach and learn about the path to reaching your goals at CF. Eight information tables were spread across the Klein Center each with different majors and career paths manned with multiple...

Mayor’s Welcome Home Celebration for Ocala Olympians

April 9, 2018

Recently, three Ocala Olympians went to the Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea. Erin Jackson, Joey Mantia, and Brittany Bowe, with the support of their hometown and the rest of America, raced and did well. Bowe brought home a bronze medal from the Team Pursuit race, Mantia placed top ten in each...

MEGA Monday: A domestic violence discussion

April 9, 2018

On March 28, CF hosted a domestic violence discussion sponsored by the Criminal Justice club in the Webber Center from 12:30 p.m. to 1:45 p.m. The goal of this discussion was to inform our community on signs of domestic violence, how to handle domestic violence, how to get to a safe place, and how to...

Update on Ocala-Native Olympian Brittany Bowe

February 15, 2018

Although Brittany Bowe is just coming back from a year and a half concussion, she’s been the US’s highest contender in the 2018 Winter Olympics in Sochi. So far, Bowe’s race to receive a medal is unsuccessful. “Bowe was fifth in the 1500m and fourth in the 1000m, missing a medal in the latter...

M.E.G.A MONDAY: HURRICANE IRMA RELIEF

M.E.G.A MONDAY: HURRICANE IRMA RELIEF

Nathalya Reyes

September 21, 2017

As we all know, hurricane Irma left a devastating mark on Florida. Millions of Floridians lost their homes, power, and water. It has now been over a week since Irma touched land and we are still trying to recover from her destruction. M.E.G.A. Monday, which is a voluntary organization of faculty and...

LOCAL PANEL: MAKING FLORIDA A “COMPETITIVE DESTINATION”

LOCAL PANEL: MAKING FLORIDA A

 Delaney Van Nest

August 7, 2017

On Tuesday, April 11, five local business leaders from different industries came together at CF’s Webber Center to discuss why they believe Florida is a competitive destination. Rob Adamiak opened the panel as he discussed how Florida’s manufacturing industry affects the states competitive nature...

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