Who Will Win The 2016-17 NBA M.V.P. Award?

By: Hunter Wright It is a forgone conclusion that the 2016-17 NBA M.V.P. will either be James Harden or Russell Westbrook. While deserving talents such as Kawhi Leonard and LeBron James will receive votes, this has become a two-man race, with any potential dark horses far behind. As of this writing, “The Beard” James Harden,…

Inside the Mind of an Offensive Coordinator

By: Hunter Wright Greg Briner has been engulfed in the world of football for nearly all his life. While playing as a quarterback at Gardena High School, Briner earned League player of the year, Los Angeles City player of the year, Southern California player of the year, California player of the year, and Parade Magazine…

Super Bowl LI, Falcons and G.O.A.T’s

On Sunday night viewers around the world collectively screamed a variety of four-letter words at the top of their lungs. Patriot fans yelled “YEAH!” While every other football fan yelled ____! (you can fill in the blank). In a game 51 years in the making, the Atlanta Falcon and New England Patriots tore the house…

FSCJ’s Forensics Team Places at Regional Speech Competitions

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Florida State College at Jacksonville’s (FSCJ) Forensics team earned the Quality Award and placed third overall in two out of three regional speech tournaments hosted by Berry College, University of West Florida (UWF) and FSCJ. During Fall Term, the team bested competitors from some of the top universities in the country, including University of Florida, Florida…

Top 3 Games to Watch this Weekend (Week 10)

By: Hunter Wright New Orleans Saints (4-4) vs. Denver Broncos (6-2) On the outside looking in: that is the Saints current playoff position. With the season half-over, they need to mount an inspired winning streak in order to secure a wildcard berth. How is this possible? They have a future Hall of Famer at quarterback,…

Blue Wave Tennis Surging into National Tournament

The Blue Wave is ready to roar across the Arizona desert. The FSCJ tennis squad tied for second at the Florida College System Activities Association championships April 10-12 in Altamonte Springs, earning one of the state’s three automatic bids to the National Junior College Athletic Association tournament in Tucson, Ariz. Nationally-ranked FCSAA champion State College…

VIDEO: Blue Wave Tennis Aiming for Aces in 2015

The Campus Voice profiles the FSCJ tennis squad as it enters the busiest stretch of the 2015 schedule. From balancing class and team duties to forming a cohesive group with teammates from around the world, Blue Wave stars Efrosina Kariqi, Olivia Rolle and team captain Kami Thomas discuss the challenges and rewards of life in…

Racket Chat: Q&A with Blue Wave Tennis Coach Sabaea Carrington

In her first year in charge of the FSCJ tennis program, coach Sabaea Carrington has the Blue Wave off to a strong 6-2 start. She spent some time before Monday’s training to discuss FSCJ’s season with the Campus Voice. What is the team’s biggest strength this year? “I’d say the bond between them. It’s a…

Pingpong Paddlers Pep Up North Campus

With paddles flailing at every turn, FSCJ students showed there’s no need to wait for next year’s Olympics to enjoy the rapid pace of table tennis. Pingpong lovers from across FSCJ’s campuses gathered at the North Campus Student Life and Leadership Development office for the school’s table tennis championship Tuesday, Feb. 17. The prizes were small–a…

Tis’ the Season for Flag Football at North Campus

No, it’s not the Super Bowl, but students attending Florida State College at Jacksonville have a football competition to call their own. Teams from around FSCJ stampeded across the not-so-frozen tundra of North Campus, competing in the school’s annual 4-on-4 flag football tournament Nov. 21. Six teams–four from North Campus, one from Downtown Campus, and one from…