Saturday, January 22, 2022

Tag: Students

A gringa brings print-making to women in a Guatemalan jail

At the young age of 17, Ashley Williams, originally from Tennessee, decided to visit Guatemala after sponsoring a child in the country during her...

Stephanie Pavilus is dedicated to school and her kids

Stephanie Pavilus is no stranger to a busy life. Right now, she's raising a son with special needs, completing her undergraduate degrees in biology...

Did incoming college students affect COVID-19 cases on campus? (includes multimedia...

When universities opened in fall 2021, many faculty members, staff, and students were concerned. Many universities encouraged vaccinations but did not demand them. Although...

Florida Teachers and Parents Discuss the Future of Standard Assessments

A month after Florida Governor Ron DeSantis announced plans to change the Florida State Assessment, or FSA, teachers, parents, and students wonder what comes...

Suspect in custody after four are injured in Texas school shooting...

School-shooting suspect Timothy Simpkins is now in police custody after facing three counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in Arlington, Texas. After opening...

This bridge may well lead to success for many college students

Ryan Levy was frustrated. It took him 11 years and four majors to finish college. He and several other recent local college graduates noticed peers...

Daycare during COVID-19 can be better for kids

After months of the pandemic, parents across Florida are still figuring out what is the best way for their children to continue their daycare/education....

Young voters speak series: More Florida

This is the third and final part of a series that includes the takes of dozens of young voters on the 2020 election. The...

The growing number of independents may prove problematic for Democrats

After former Vice President Joe Biden’s comeback on Super Tuesday, in which he took the lead in delegates among Democratic candidates for president over...