Volume 5, Number 2 - September 16, 2014

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School of Justice Makes Plans To Turn North Campus Gym into Training Center

School of Justice Makes Plans To Turn North Campus Gym into Training Center

Plans for the John F. Kennedy Center include a tactical training center, courtroom, jail cell and booking center as well as a shooting range.


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    Volleyball Power: Erini Chatziefstratiadou (left) and Kelsey Taylor are two of the top players on this year's  volleyball team. GREGORY CASTILLO/THE REPORTER

     

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    Cultura Feliz: Deyanira Formental performs  "The River, Love" at the 16th annual IFE-ILE Afro-Cuban Dance Festival on August 30 at the Koubek Center. VICTORIA FREGOSO\THE REPORTER

     

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    Save The Last Dance: At the IFE-ILE Afro-Cuban dance festival Julio Reyes, Junier Quinter and Siuleide Rivera initiated a conga line. VICTORIA FREGOSO\THE REPORTER

     

  • friends Cooling Down: Samantha Vazquez, Sonicah Sanon, and Connil Edwin (pictured from left to right) take a moment to cool down and mingle while waiting for the Wolfson campus bookstore line to shorten on September 2. ANGELA DELGADO\THE REPORTER. 
  • chancleta El Baile de la Chancleta: Dancers Juinier Quintero and Giselle Hernandez performing a fun upbeat narrative Afro-Cuban dance using wooden slippers also known as "Chancletas" in a very creative Cuban "tap dance" during the 16th annual IFE-ILE Afro-Cuban Dance Festival. VICTORIA FREGOSO\THE REPORTER . 

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