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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,...

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...

Hard Work Pays Off

Gianna Guerriero, Staff Writer April 30, 2021

CF Patriots’ softball is marching into the end of conference play with a dominant record of 39-6. Pats softball is becoming a better team the more they play.  During the conference season they ran...

A Farewell to one of our Lady Patriots

Lexia Thomas, Staff Writer March 31, 2021

Madison Edwards, 20, is the pitcher for the Lady Patriots here at CF. Edwards’s mom use to play slow pitch and that influenced Edwards at the age of six that she wanted to become a pitcher.  Edwards...

JC Mendez #11 stands in the box waiting for the pitch. The Patriots went on to drop game one in extra innings 10-9.

Even Highs Have Lows

Chance Heinen, Staff Writer March 31, 2021

On Wednesday, March 24, the CF Patriots took on the Seminole State Raiders. Starter Francisco Mateo took the mound for the Patriots. Mateo was hit early for six hits, including four runs allowed, and...

A hopeful prediction towards CF’s athletic programs

David Dossey, Staff Writer March 24, 2021

In 2019, CF made the challenging decision to cut three of its five athletic programs. The programs cut were the boys’ basketball, girls’ basketball, and volleyball programs. CF spokeswoman, Lois...

CF’s expectations for classes in 2021

Sarah Toms, David Dossey, and Christian Gordon, Staff Writers March 1, 2021

As we approach the one-year mark since COVID-19 began, CF continues to adapt to the demands of the past year. The following are some changes students can expect for the 2021 summer semester.  CF has...

The Softball Team Success in Their Game against the Buccaneers

Gianna Guerriero, Staff Writer February 28, 2021

The CF Softball team played one of their toughest games on Feb. 20 when they played Florida Southwestern State College Buccaneers.  This game was close the whole game. The CF Patriots Softball scored...

The Boys and Girls Club Introduces Game Night

Christian Gordon, Staff Writer February 28, 2021

Marion County’s Boys and Girls Club has proven itself to be a pillar in the community.  Beyond providing after-school care for children five days a week, the establishment has  hosted a Black History...

CF’s Softball Team’s back after Covid-19 ended their Season

Gianna Guerriero, Staff Writer February 28, 2021

CF’s Softball program had endured a very sudden end to their spring season last school year due to Covid-19. Everything was shut down effective-immediately and there was no questioning it. Everyone...

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