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Articles by Michelle Marchante
South Florida is a tropical paradise, for now. If we’re not careful, our homes could go under water, our coral reefs could disappear and we might lose one of the most diverse and important ecosystems in the world: The Everglades.
Our University isn’t the traditional school. Not only is the majority of our students commuters but we’re also a minority-majority campus.
The end of the semester is almost here and with it comes the upcoming elections for student government.
PantherNOW has had a busy holiday weekend and so did our University, following the announcement that President Donald Trump was going to speak at our school on Presidents Day. Monday, Feb. 18, was a whirlwind of excitement for us. It’s not every day student journalists get to go out and report on a presidential visit, Venezuela, plus the various campus protests.
President Donald Trump reaffirmed the United States support for Venezuela’s interim president Juan Guaidó and its promise to prevent the “spread of socialist tyranny” during a visit to the University on Monday, Feb. 18, amidst protests on the Graham Center lawns.
President Donald Trump will be visiting the University’s Modesto Maidique campus to discuss Venezuela’s ongoing turmoil on President’s Day.
This year, Valentine’s Day marks the first anniversary of the shooting in Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, which left 17 people dead. Which is why Student Media has been planning this issue for months.
This edition of PantherNOW is all about remembrance from our first page recap of the University’s Holocaust and Genocide Awareness week to our Black History Month themed magazine.
This edition of PantherNOW is possibly one of our most diverse issues yet.