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Welcome to The Campus Voice collection.
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The Campus Voice is the college-sponsored, student-run publication serving Florida State College at Jacksonville. Launched in January of 1987, TCV was staffed by approximately ten students under the direction of student editor-in-chief Mark Deichmiller, who went on to work at the Miami Herald and Seattle Times, and faculty advisor Professor Kevin Bezner, a former features and music writer for The Florida Times-Union whose work had also been published by the Baltimore Sun and the San Francisco Review of Books. At the time of TCV’s creation, the College had been without a newspaper for almost twenty years since the discontinuation of the first student publication, Alpha, and its short-lived successor Stella Omni. TCV went on to great success over the ensuing decades and won several awards, including first place for Outstanding Junior College Newspaper in 1990 from the Southern Regional Press Institute and four first place awards (Best In-Depth Reporting, Editorial Writing, Arts Review, and Editorial Cartoon) from the Florida Community College Press Association in 2007.
TCV was published biweekly from its inception until it went to a completely online format in 2014. You can find it today at https://campusvoicefscj.com
This collection represents many, but not all, of the issues published by The Campus Voice between 1987 and 2014. If you have information regarding existing copies of issues not represented here, please contact Jennifer Grey at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Campus Voice is and was written and edited by students of Florida State College at Jacksonville and they are solely responsible for its editorial policy and content. The views, information, or opinions expressed are solely those of individuals involved and do not necessarily reflect the views of other students, staff members, faculty, or administration of Florida State College at Jacksonville. FSCJ is not responsible and does not verify for accuracy any of the information contained in this publication.