Triad Magazine

A Hillsborough Community College Student Publication since 1978.

A Note from the Editor

I’d like to take a moment to welcome you the 37th edition of the Triad, a showcase of the artistic life and expression that is alive and well at Hillsborough … Continue reading

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The President, the Peanut, & the Pulpit

Story by Rob Bridenstine     The Hawk Media Club once again took on the challenge of creating a service learning project for Martin Luther King’s Day of Service. Having … Continue reading

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Cementing Their Legacy

Story and photos by Chuck Muller For every question that Notre Dame posed for UConn whether they were up to the task of defeating the Irish a second straight year … Continue reading

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The Wave

   by Mitchell Herrin That god awful smell. There it was, filling our nostrils with its aroma and making us gag on its disgusting taste. It was the smell of algae, chlorine, and … Continue reading

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She Sat Quietly on the Beach

by Sandra Accilien She sat quietly on the beach, staring silently towards the dark black of the ocean. She gazed mutely, but her expression spoke a million words. She couldn’t help but begin … Continue reading

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Creatures of Curiosity

-Geoffrey Gorman

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Not Quite Right

-Sara Jones

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Indigo Cars

-Suzanne Crosby

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The People You Meet

-Sara Jones

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Alligator Pond

-Suzanne Crosby

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Branching Thoughts

-Daniel Gasiorek

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White Lion

-Victoria Sanes

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Track Walker

-Richard Gaspar

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Sunburst Selfie

-Jordan Kurz

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Murakami Carnival

-Christopher Lampkin

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Wash The Dark

-Jordan Kurz

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Dude

-Yosbel Amor

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The Three Fates

-Ridley Weatherby

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Max’s Apprentice

-Ridley Weatherby

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Portrait Atmo

-Ricky Strawter

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Self Portrait

-Kaileen Scheith

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Dental Studies

-Orhan Kolenovic

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Center for Great Apes

An ape sanctuary hidden in the middle of Florida is making the impossible, possible.  Patti Ragan, the founder of the center, dreamed of a place where apes can go after … Continue reading

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Editor’s Note

It has long been said that “everybody has a story.” Behind every smile and every gaze is a person who has been on a path that nobody before them and … Continue reading

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Triad Staff

Krista Byrd —Editor-in-Chief, Kaitlan Corsell—Graphic Designer, Giannina F. Vallas—Editor, Nick Griesbach—Contributor, Shady Kerko—Contributor

October 30, 2013 · 1 Comment

Awards

Columbia Scholastic Press Association Medalist 1983, 1985, 1986, 1993, 1994, 1995, 2007, 2008, 2009 Collegiate Crown Awards Finalist: 2009 • Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence Best All-Around Magazine: … Continue reading

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Life of a Superfan

~ Nick Griesbach   As another Major League Baseball season starts and the final game of the night begins, St. Louis Cardinals against the Arizona Diamondbacks, I start to reminisce on … Continue reading

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Quidditch

~ Dominic Botto Orlando, Florida captured the golden snitch of sporting events in 2013. Wizards and muggles gathered to play at the Quidditch World Cup VI, April 13-14. Quidditch is a … Continue reading

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The Master Manipulators

~ Anton M. Huber There is but one creature on this planet that is truly capable of being the master of its own universe. An object set against this creature will … Continue reading

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Pacemaker Does Not Set Pace on Living

~ Krista Byrd She braced herself against a bench because she knew that her pacemaker was about to defibrillate, from experience she knows will throw her backwards five or more feet. … Continue reading

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