Category Archives: Opinion Writing

A Day in the Life at Creative Loafing

   Let me just start off by saying how much I love the Creative Loafing Publication, so when I’d heard from Editor- in- Chief David Warner regarding my inquiry about shadowing a reporter for a day for a school project, … Continue reading

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Third grade writing… for college students

By Bri Eveler Walking into FYW 102, I expected to have a bit of a challenge. Not to brag, but I got a 720 on the SAT writing. That’s only 80 points shy of a perfect score. I know how … Continue reading

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Column- Students voting in Florida: A true double whammy

Florida.  The home of the Republican National Convention.  The battle grounds of heated debates.  The state who’s votes were still lingering days beyond the election.  What else does Florida contain?  The home of 73 state, community and private colleges. Those … Continue reading

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Column: Ready or Not, Here Comes Graduation

BY: Chelsea McCormick  As the month of May approaches, college seniors across the country have one thing on their minds: graduation. With a nearing graduation for these college students, it brings endless pressures, stresses and job interviews to ensure a … Continue reading

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