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Robert Streit

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Language English (North American)
Voice Age Young Adult (18-35)
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theme night of Sleep at the briefing. Identify certain areas for gang members that are active in different cities, and then we as a group glad and target those areas. The Broward County Sheriff's Office announced. Aries and leave that gang Violence is again on the rise, with several flights have been broken out over the past few months. In here. Feeling a popular beach county officials are cracking down from Florida Atlantic University's Davey campus. I'm Robert straight, and I'm Jermaine Benson with Sal for a journal for the week of October 30th 2014. Also this week. Collegiate athletes are typically very driven, but not all of them are focused when it concerns their future. This week's edition of Sports Corner explores how athletes decide between the game and the classroom. A degree is a degree is just a piece of paper, but I do think that before they make a big jump, they should probably definitely have a good understanding of how to manage their money. We'll have these stories and more on this week. South Florida Journal Video for Lorde. They'll recently hired consultants to examine intersections between Southeast night and 17 Devin you to improve traffic and safety officials are considering implementing and all red cycle crossing system, a long lost Solis that would allow pedestrians enough time to cross the intersection. Damian Miller, project manager for Tyndale Oliver and Associates, believes that extending the timing of signal lights for traffic with a lot more cars that passed intersections and reduce backed up traffic. When we looked at the project before we started, we had a pretty good idea that making 15 work better would help provide opportunities to make Las Olas better road for everybody. And when we looked at the traffic data, we looked at the way the signals were times we use different software to model out. And then we went out in the field and deserved to see how the on ground observations lined up with what the software was doing with the new system driver's air force to stop in all directions at a red light, however, cars aren't able to turn right on red, even if the crosswalks are clear. Richard and Sarah for Lord L pedestrian accident attorney things changes to the system will help improve traffic flow in the area. Well, there definitely needs to be more clear areas where pedestrians are allowed to cross. Writer, you know, signals just making it more parent. Two motors that are traveling up and down that area that that's an area where they know that people are gonna be crossing. Consultants and city officials are seeking public comments related to a new study done on vehicle and pedestrian issues on our Solis. It will take these into consideration before making any further changes to the Boulevard for South Florida Journal arm Robert Straight from the South Florida Journal Studios in Davie, Florida Welcome to another edition of the Sports Corner for the week of October 23rd 2014. I'm Knicks Arsenault and I'm Robert Strike. It was an action packed week for F A U Athletics. Let's take a look at the speedy sports update. Robert An athletic competition. This week, your football hours overcame a 17 point halftime deficit to defeat Western Kentucky, 45 to 38. He'll be in West Virginia to take on Marshall this Saturday afternoon at 3 30 Women's soccer felt a rice through the two while women's volleyball defeated the middle. Tennessee Lady Raiders three sets to none. As for men's soccer they fell in a close one to Florida. Gulf Coast. 10 That's this week. Speedy sports update. Nick back to you Now a subject that continues to gain popularity in collegiate athletics is the dilemma of money versus education. With Florida Atlantic University being a Division one school, many of our own athletes face a tough decision of pursuing massive professional contracts as opposed to graduating ends. Getting the degree Now, Robert, you mentioned your perspective on college athletes on what they're going to do. If you had the option, would you rather get the huge contract, or would you wait to graduate first? Well, it all depends on my family situation in my situation. If you know a lot of these kids nowadays, they come from poverty and they never had money growing up. So sometimes they want to leave college early to try to get the money. So I mean me personally, I probably would take the huge contract and GoPro and then see how much money I can make. And then I could always go back to school later and get get my education in case my professional code doesn't work out. But I would rather take my chances on becoming a professional and making the money, then just graduating and not having a chance to go pro because I have a chance to become a professional and leave college early and making this huge amount of money. You only get this chance once in a lifetime. With college, anybody can always go back to college, no matter what their ages, to get their education and start a new career depend on what they want to do. But that's all the time we have for the sports corner for South Quarter Journal. I'm Robert straight and I'm next. Heresy. No South Florida Journal is a production of Dr Kevin P. Tricks broadcast journalism class in F A U School of Communication and Multimedia Studies. I'm Robert Strike, and I'm Jermaine Benson, thanking you for listening and inviting you to join us again next week for South Florida Journal. Theo