'DEFEND THE DREAM UNITED': The Hurricanes' Ruchama LaFontant, a senior in the Medical Academy, took the first-place trophy for her essay addressing this year’s theme sponsored by the Martin Luther King, Jr. Coordinating Committee, led by Executive Director Edith C. Bush. Once again the organization recognized exemplary students in many competition categories.
Other Cane winners were Victoria Lawrence, 2nd-place Oratory; Starlia Dormeus, 2nd place and Honorable Mention in Photography; and Rachelle Rene, Honorable Mention, Essay. Read Lafontant's award-winning essay below.
RICK SANCHEZ: Brianna Luberisse, left, and Tatyana Moise talk with the television correspondent and news anchor of more than 30 years after his session on "Covering News in the Age of Trump" during the Florida Scholastic Press Association District 7 meet.
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