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  • On campus: Southland residents make their marks in college

    Here is a look at what some Southlanders have achieved in college, according to releases from the schools: Trinity International University •Several Southlanders were among the graduates from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and Trinity...
  • Flying start for Towson's 4th of July parade

    Flying start for Towson's 4th of July parade
    Towson's Fourth of July Parade should get off to a rousing start this year. Four A-10 Warthogs of the Air National Guard will fly over Towson to kick off the parade on July 4 at 10:30 a.m. Then will come the marching bands, the community groups, the...
  • New Florida laws kick in Wednesday

    New Florida laws kick in Wednesday
    The state's budget goes into effect Wednesday, along with 130 other new laws written by the Legislature this year in the regular and special sessions and signed by Gov. Rick Scott. The state will no long collect sales tax on gun club memberships, people...
  • Colleges, tech firms joining forces to try to make campus life safer

    Colleges, tech firms joining forces to try to make campus life safer
    Colleges and universities are teaming up with technology entrepreneurs in an effort to keep students safe — on and off campus — by using their smartphones. Mobile apps geared toward campus safety are booming: with a few clicks, text messages...
  • Recent editorials published in Indiana newspapers

    Pharos-Tribune (Logansport). June 25, 2015 Apply now to get to college later Indiana's Twenty-first Century Scholars program makes a simple promise: If you avoid drugs, stay out of trouble with the law and graduate high school with at least a 2.5...
  • Evanston officials ride Purple Line to boost later service, CTA measures interest

    Evanston officials ride Purple Line to boost later service, CTA measures interest
    Andrew Sirjoosingh, a postdoctoral student in chemistry at Northwestern University, said he uses the Purple Line Express to get back and forth between Evanston and his residence in Chicago's Lakeview neighborhood. Usually, he said, he feels pressured to...
  • Dennis Gallon steps down from Palm Beach State after 18 years

    Dennis Gallon steps down from Palm Beach State after 18 years
    Dennis Gallon has been more than a college president. He's been an institution. As the president of Palm Beach State College for the past 18 years, he's changed the school's focus. Where it once mostly offered associate's degrees to students...
  • Details on UCF downtown Orlando campus won't be known for weeks

    Details on UCF downtown Orlando campus won't be known for weeks
    In their first meeting since Gov. Rick Scott vetoed the money for the downtown Orlando UCF campus, school trustees and other officials were mostly mum about what happens next. The school won't be ready for a few weeks to announce more details on the...
  • WVU president to visit Greenbrier, Nicholas and Monroe

    West Virginia University President Gordon Gee is visiting Greenbrier, Nicholas and Monroe counties this week as part of a tour across the state. Gee is scheduled to have dinner with a group of students from Nicholas County on Tuesday evening in...
  • Lincoln College to become a university, new president says

    The newly installed president of Lincoln College says the central Illinois school will become a university with the addition of baccalaureate degrees. David Gerlach assumed the presidency two weeks ago after working at the State University of New York-...
  • UC Berkeley sued for allegedly failing to properly respond to sexual assault complaints

    UC Berkeley sued for allegedly failing to properly respond to sexual assault complaints
    Three current and former UC Berkeley students sued the University of California on Monday for allegedly failing to properly respond to their sexual assault complaints, asserting that administrators did not act quickly enough or adequately penalize...