Monthly Archives: October 2012

The Passionate, the Leaning and the Apathetic

By Anna Brown, Danielle Strejc, Layla Souchet It’s the night of the final debate and everyone has an opinion. Whether you’re Jessica McCarron, president of the UT Democrats, Katie Yarrows, an Independent who leans towards the Democratic Party or Dion … Continue reading

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College voters reject ‘apathetic’ stereotype

By Jessica Keesee, Ashley James, Brooke Beall and Bri Eveler Michelle Kerr, 20, realizes the need for college students to vote. For her, the 2012 presidential election is more than just voting for the next president, it’s having her opinion … Continue reading

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UT Students Will Give their Vote

BY: Sonny Billotte, Alexa Corea, Alyson Anatra, Brianna Reinsant Voters all around the country will submit their ballots on Nov. 6, 2012 to elect the next president of the United States. For most students at the University of Tampa this … Continue reading

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UT Students Active In 2012 Election

By: Chelsea McCormick, Paola Crespo, Zoe Fowler Despite the fact that The University of Tampa is ranked #6 on The Princeton Review’s list of top 10 most politically apathetic colleges, several students are registered and looking forward to the 2012 … Continue reading

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One independent’s opinion

By Bri Eveler Everywhere you look, there are signs that a presidential race is taking place. A poster supporting Obama on the highway, an advertisement bolstering  Romney on television. Some people couldn’t care one way or another who gets elected, … Continue reading

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UT student Mia Glatter will cast her vote on Election Day

By Paola Crespo Mia Glatter is excited to vote for the first time in the upcoming presidential election. Glatter, 20 and a junior, is registered in Hillsborough County and therefore will not require an absentee ballot from her hometown Melbourne, … Continue reading

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A Born Leader

With a stern look into the audience the room goes silent.  There was no gavel pounded down, no yelling, no hush sounds.  Just a look. That’s all it took for Delta Gamma president Macie Marchetti to begin her meetings.  Marchetti … Continue reading

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