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Gas prices continue to fall

By Leigh Barber   With low fall temperatures come even lower gas prices. Students and faculty alike are reveling in the newfound lower costs that have arrived in Sarasota. While a steady decline in prices has been observed since the...
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Malala Yousafzai youngest recipient of Nobel Peach Prize

A 17 year old girl posed a question to an audience: “If one man can destroy everything, then why can’t one girl change it?” This question was the culmination of efforts towards changing barriers towards education equality, and the audience...
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Recalling whiskey, rethinking beer

Finland, Sweden and Norway recently asked the makers of Fireball whiskey to recall a batch containing higher than usual amounts of the ingredient propylene glycol, used as a sweetening agent in the newly popular cinnamon whiskey. Despite being commonly utilize...
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International Career Development Seminar held to inspire community

The walls were filled with posters from international organizations, the tables were filled with students from colleges and high schools and the day was filled with talks from speakers in a vast variety of areas. It was difficult to leave...
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Students reach stalemate in Hong Kong

By Leigh Barber Students and other groups troubled by the actions of the Chinese government have rushed to the streets of Hong Kong to protest in the hopes of gaining what they desire: universal suffrage for the people of Hong...
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Amazon revealed as largest vinyl retailer

Whole Foods, Guitar Center and Hot Topic are some of the few new and odd marketers of vinyl records. Despite claims made in September by Urban Outfitters chief administrative officer, Amazon appears to be the number one seller of vinyl...
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Aral Sea Crisis

Corroded ships lie stranded in salt drenched sand as the rushing of water and life in general has become a mere memory. Once the world’s fourth largest lake, the Aral Sea has been reduced in fifty years to little more...
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Conception to Current Day: The Ebola Virus Crisis

The Ebola Virus has claimed over 3,000 lives this year in the West African states of Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Nigeria. With five known strains and a 55 percent mortality rate, Ebola is a threat to many inhabiting the...
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SWAC sponsors talk on Afghanistan non-profit

SWAC sponsors talk on Afghanistan non-profit

Khris Nedam, Director of Kids 4 Afghan Kids gave an engaging and lively talk to students, faculty and members of the Sarasota community in the Harry Sudakoff Center on April 7 as part of an ongoing lecture series by Sarasota...
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Prime Air: Amazon’s drone service

Prime Air: Amazon’s drone service

Books, clothes, vitamins, car parts and even Flaming Hot Cheetos are just some of the things NCF students have ordered on Amazon. Imagine if these items could be packaged, shipped and delivered for use in less than 30 minutes. Amazon...
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