Morgan Roof, younger sister of Dylann Roof, was recently arrested for simple drug and weapon possession inside school grounds. Prior to the arrest, she made a racially-driven social media post that alarmed the student body at A.C. Flora High.
Republican lawmakers in South Carolina introduced a bill on Feb. 15, 2018 dubbed "The Marriage and Constitution Restoration Act" in order to identify same-sex marriage as "parody marriage."
Here's why your favorite college program wants Spartanburg Day senior Zion Williamson to pick them
Thousands of people in Columbia, SC gathered at the State House during the nationwide March For Our Lives protest rally that took place on March 24, 2018, featuring numerous signs and talks on gun control and school safety.
Dr. Steve Shelton held a press conference inside Palmetto Health regarding the victims that were ushered in the hospital after the Amtrak train crash occurred in Cayce, SC.
Former Clemson football players C.J. Fuller and Jadar Johnson are accused of robbing a former teammate and current Tigers player while he was at practice, according to 911 calls.
South Florida’s prominent LGBT players in the fighting game community scene are focused on maintaining their high ranks and perfecting their skills, while the community embraces their acceptance.
Xaltis, a transgender woman from Lake Worth, is a professional “Super Smash Bros. 4” player notorious for her strategic yet aggressive gameplays of Rosalina — a princess who first appeared in “Super Mario Galaxy” in 2007.
“Rosalina is meant to be played very defensively, but she can be aggressive,” X...
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Personal essay on my thoughts about Puig’s historic tennis gold win for Puerto Rico in the Olympics and the toxic language of how “USA should claim/count” the win as their own.
Final project for my video production class during the summer term where we develop a video of our choice. I went with a mini profile piece on several businesses set up at the Yellow Green Farmers Market, located in Hollywood, Fla. Business shops range from veteran produce farms that accept food stamps from lower-income customers, a family-owned eatery that recently opened weeks ago, and an unusual but resourceful take on a protein farming source.
At the beginning of each performance, Speakfridays host and founder Robert Lee starts by reciting to newcomers and regulars alike the night’s catchphrase:
“Can I speak?,” Lee shouts. And the audience responds with a resounding, “Yes you can.”
OUTCon Miami is bringing Florida's first LGBT anime...