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CF’s Privilege Walk

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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, age, and ethnicity.  This event is the first activity to take place during a summer series tha...

CF Update May 27, 2020

CF Update May 27, 2020

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May 30, 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 and staff. “As the governor has moved to partially re-open the State of Florida, we have also take...

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...

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