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  • What's that big, white dome on I-4? Florida Poly

    What's that big, white dome on I-4? Florida Poly
    The drive west on Interstate 4 from Disney to Lakeland was a dead zone — with hardly anything to see but pastureland. Now, though, an old cow pasture has sprouted the most head-turning building in the region just past Fantasy of Flight. The 160,...
  • BodyVox creates beauty with humor, imagination

    The BodyVox dance company is known worldwide for its whimsical, athletic, beautiful choreography. Its founders, Jamey Hampton and Ashley Roland, are Emmy Award-winning dancers, who performed with renowned contemporary companies Pilobolus, MOMIX and ISO...
  • Beer without gas: Sheetz to open store in downtown State College

    A Sheetz store in downtown State College will substitute gas pumps for a beer cave. Not a bad tradeoff for of-age students without wheels. The store at 129 S. Pugh St., however, won't open until at least August, according to Tony Sapia, whose family...
  • CSU, the easy way to boost graduation rates is the wrong way

    To the editor: There are easy ways to attain the California State University system's stated goal of more graduates: increase pass rates in classes, reduce breadth requirements for a degree and make more classes available online. ("Cal State chancellor...
  • Plenty of Lehigh Valley connections to previous Super Bowls, NFL title games

    Plenty of Lehigh Valley connections to previous Super Bowls, NFL title games
    Pennsylvania, and the Lehigh Valley in particular, has always been a region where sports have been taken seriously. At one time it was a "way out" for young scholastic athletes to go to college on a scholarship or to sign a professional contract so that...
  • During American Heart Month, take the advice of a vegan cardiologist

    February is American Heart Month, so follow the example of Dr. Kim A. Williams, the new president of the American College of Cardiology (ACC), and eat healthy vegan foods rather than meat, eggs and dairy products. Williams, who is also the chair of...
  • Why Black History Month?

    Why Black History Month?
    Every February, college professors like myself are tasked with reminding students and the general public of the significance of Black History Month. Undoubtedly, many people understand the potential value behind a designated month dedicated to this part...
  • Ohio State expects $3M royalties bump after championship win

    Ohio State expects $3M royalties bump after championship win
    Ohio State University is cashing in after the Buckeyes' victory in the NCAA's championship football game. The university expects a $3 million increase this year in royalties from licensed merchandise sales as fans continue to buy national championship...
  • Putin's dancing daughter said to run fund backed by dad's allies

    MOSCOW Russian executives close to Vladimir Putin are backing an ambitious startup incubator and science center next to Moscow State University that may prove lucrative. Given the nature of Russian business under Putin, that's not a huge surprise. The...
  • Ohio State University anticipates $3M increase in royalties following football team's victory

    Ohio State University is cashing in after the Buckeyes' victory in the NCAA's championship football game. The university expects a $3 million increase this year in royalties from licensed merchandise sales as fans continue to buy national championship...
  • Fair will offer genetic testing and disease information

    Fair will offer genetic testing and disease information
    Before she got pregnant, Dana Zimmerman wanted to know: Was she a carrier of Tay-Sachs disease? Zimmerman, an admissions coordinator at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, knew her father was a carrier for the genetic disorder, and her mother...