Tag: Alejandro Romero

Health science building lays foundation for nursing education

by Alejandro Romero Standing at six stories tall, the new Health Science & Graduate (GHS) building catches the eyes of students walking on campus. After a year-and-half of construction the building is now the new home to the Nursing program and newly established Physician Assistant (PA) program. “The building is the new home to the […]

March for our lives reaches out to Tampa voters

by Alejandro Romero The first annual Bands & Ballots event took place at Curtis Hixon Park on Saturday September 15. The event was sponsored by March for Our Lives Tampa, and was organized by two high school students. Alyssa Ackbar, 17, is senior at Robinson High School in South Tampa. “I think the people here […]

Know Your Rights: A Guide for Student Journalists

by ALEJANDRO ROMERO, JAMIE ZALE AND VERONICA BROWN Knowing your rights is important. Knowing how to defend yourselves against anyone infringing on your First Amendment rights is crucial.  Alejandro Romero, Multimedia Editor for The Minaret and  Jamie Zale and Veronica Brown, contributing multimedia journalists for The Minaret, had a firsthand experience in being kicked off […]

Climate change is the topic at art exhibit at UT

STORY: Renown artist Julie Heffernan recent paintings have made a statement here at UT. The exhibit entitled When the Water Rises depicts Heffernan’s internal thoughts about climate change. Most of Heffernan’s masterpieces includes self-portraits where she embeds herself depicted as goddess of nature. The exhibit is free and open to the public. The art show is located at the […]

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