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Break barriers, do not build them

Last month, Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston spoke to a Tampa Bay elementary school. The schools’ hopes were for him to talk about students realizing their full potential. Instead of sending a message to everyone, his message was more addressed to the boys in the room. “All my young ...

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Diversity demonstration held on campus

Students organized a peaceful demonstration and protest of police brutality and racism in the University Center plaza on Wednesday, Sept. 29. Bre Stevens, a senior communications major with a focus in journalism, organized the event in order to both inform and encourage change on campus. Around 50 members of the ...

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Photo enforced speed limits are not safe

Tennessee should get rid of photo-enforced speed limits, because instead of increasing safety on roadways, they cause more safety problems. Photo-enforced speed limits have been around since 2001, but the name may be deceiving. Photo enforcers bring more revenue than they do safety. Instead of stopping reckless drivers, the camera ...

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