Monthly Archives: May 2013

Lauren Profile

By Abeer Abdulhade Quiet, shy and indecisive all describe Lauren, a 22-year-old liberal arts student at the University of Tampa. Nonetheless, a 20-minute interview with her revealed otherwise. Lauren, a smart, young woman moved to the Tampa Bay area 15 … Continue reading

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Meet frequent flyer Kevin Barasia

By Joe Humphrey He’s a frequent traveler, but Kevin Barasia doesn’t have a favorite destination. The one closest to his heart, he said, is the “most recent place I’ve ever been.” Barasia, a junior studying advertising, public relations and journalism, … Continue reading

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A Child of God in Black Lipstick

By Denisse Maldonado-Luna Originally from Indianapolis, Elise Pattison, moved with her family to Tampa when she was seventeen years old. She has three younger siblings, a boy and two girls. She kindly added that her eighteen-year-old sister is very pretty. … Continue reading

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Meet Alexandra Flaherty

By Thierry Peters Alexandra Flaherty, 21, is a student at the University of Tampa.  Originally from Boston, Massachusetts, she still maintains connections with home, especially with her dog Chuey, though most of her friends here in Tampa are from Long … Continue reading

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Denisse Maldonado-Luna, boarding school extraordinaire

By Elise Pattison Denisse Maldonado-Luna is from Puebla, Mexico. She is a junior here at UT, as well as an honors student and a sister in sorority Kappa Alpha Theta. Denisse is studying Creative Writing and English, but “fiction is … Continue reading

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A Day in the Life of Elisabeth Parker, Tampa Bay Times Reporter

By Anya Proctor Typically, when I think of a newspaper office, I imagine hustle and bustle that swallows one whole, marked by swarms of high-speed busybodies rushing to meet deadlines and racing to get stories. When I met Elisabeth Parker … Continue reading

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Positive Energy at Creative Loafing

After publishing their print edition on Thursday, the Creative Loafing offices were quiet and laid back as I walked in late Friday afternoon. Before speaking with David Warner, the Editor in Chief at CL, I took a brief moment to … Continue reading

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