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A camara tracker captures the launch of a space shuttle from Kennedy Space Center. Photo: Rick Wetherington
Space

Tracking Rockets


How do camera operators get such tight shots of rockets as they travel to space? By getting real close with a massive camera rig.
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Handmade Amigo. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
Intersection Sessions

Intersection Sessions: Handmade, Amigo


Handmade, Amigo are Kevin Bond on guitar and vocals, Andrew Bond on bass, Andrew Weeks on guitar and Vince Lis on drums. Kevin Bond says they’ve been playing music together for over a decade, and they just released an album: For The Living Ones. Handmade Amigo join Intersection to perform Babalu, The Loser (which is based on a Shel Silverstein Poem), and Let It Roll or The Whale.     
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Former FAMU bandmember Robert Champion died after a hazing ritual in Orlando in 2011.
Local News

Intersection: Fraternities And Hazing


Hazing is back in the headlines after the Florida Supreme Court heard arguments from lawyers for one of the band members sentenced in the death of Florida A&M University drum major Robert Champion. And UCF suspended a fraternity after a pledge’s mother complained that her son was forced to drink. We revisit a conversation with John Hechinger, author of True Gentlemen, The Broken Pledge of America’s Fraternities.
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Local News

Intersection: Restoring Voting Rights


A federal judge ruled that Florida’s system for restoring the voting rights of felons who have served their time is unconstitutional. Meanwhile a ballot initiative on whether to restore the voting rights of 1.5 million felons goes to Florida voters in November. On Intersection we discuss what the federal ruling means for that ballot initiative, and the political implications of those voting rights being restored.
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