Wednesday, March 19, 2014

President Obama visits Valencia College Thursday, March 20

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OK, as far as we know President Obama won't be going to Disney World tomorrow, but he will be visiting the West Campus of Valencia College Thursday to speak about economic issues. In particular, he's hoping to hear from Valencia College students who attend school while still working, as well as women who have returned to college in order to improve their economic situation. Not open to the public, tomorrow's event is invite-only and will be attended by preselected students, staff and community members.

However, if you'd like to see the event as it happens, it will be streamed live tomorrow starting at 2 p.m. You can watch all of the action at

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