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DeSantis Administration Rejects AP African American Studies Course

By Ethan Montague Over the past few weeks, Florida has dominated headlines after the DeSantis administration banned an Advanced Placement (AP) course titled “African American Studies” for including what they called “indoctrination and identity politics.” “We want education, not indoctrination. If you fall on the side of indoctrination, we’re going to decline…,” said Florida Gov. …

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NASA’s DART Mission Successful in Intentional Collision

By: Zach Kershaw Led by NASA Program Manager, Jim Snoddy, NASA’s Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) mission is the first of its kind in terms of planetary defense.   Officially beginning on Nov. 24 in 2021, the DART spacecraft embarked toward a binary asteroid system roughly seven million miles away from Earth.  On Sept. 26, 2022, …

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Xi Jinping Re-elected as Chinese President in Unprecedented Move

By Ethan Montague Xi Xinping was elected to serve a third term as the leader of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) this October, after doing away with the country’s Presidential term limits in 2018.  This is an unprecedented move in recent Chinese history and is something not seen since the likes of Mao Zedong, considering …

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Surveyed Students Say Not Enough Holiday Event Options on Campus

By: Andrea Carlson, Abigail DeSantis, and Olivia Geishauser The University of Tampa is attended by students from all 50 states, 132 countries and of many different cultures according to the university website.  Throughout the year students celebrate their cultures through holidays like Christmas, Kwanzaa, Hannakuah, Diwali and more. A survey was taken by eleven UT …

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