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  • Kent State scolds Urban Outfitters' red-spattered sweatshirt

    Kent State scolds Urban Outfitters' red-spattered sweatshirt
    Kent State University and many on the Internet criticized Urban Outfitters Inc. on Monday for selling a sweatshirt with its college logo and what appears to be spattered blood, saying it evoked memories of the 1970 shooting where four students died....
  • Urban Outfitters' Kent State Sweatshirt Appalling

    Both thumbs down to the clothing company Urban Outfitters for selling a red-splattered "Kent State University" sweatshirt that appeared to reference the 1970 killings of four unarmed students during an anti-war demonstration. The company claims it didn'...
  • Top 3 health tips: instant health boosts

    There are minor moves that offer major benefits for your mind and body. Prevention magazine, published by Rodale of Emmaus, offers these three instant health boosts: PEN A THANK-YOU NOTE 1 Students who wrote letters expressing gratitude to someone...
  • Ohio State's Spence apologizes for suspension

    Ohio State's Spence apologizes for suspension
    Ohio State defensive end Noah Spence apologized Saturday for getting suspended. Spence was disciplined for a second violation of Big Ten rules. He is ineligible to play Saturday's game against Kent State. The All-Big Ten player sent an apology via...
  • FLIFF 2013 opens with a bang: Anna Paquin as Fort Lauderdale drug smuggler

    FLIFF 2013 opens with a bang: Anna Paquin as Fort Lauderdale drug smuggler
    The opening moment of “Free Ride,” Friday night’s gripping curtain-raiser for the 28th annual Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival, is quick to introduce the carefully calibrated tension to follow for the next 83 minutes. “...
  • The Prospector: Talk of ulterior motives no concern for FSU commit Javonte Seabury

    The Prospector: Talk of ulterior motives no concern for FSU commit Javonte Seabury
    Javonte Seabury and his younger brother Jacques Patrick have heard the chatter. Seabury, a once unheralded, 5-foot-9, 165-pound senior slot receiver at Orlando Timber Creek, was offered a scholarship to play football at the University of Miami earlier...
  • Doting on a cellphone can harm fitness levels

    Doting on a cellphone can harm fitness levels
    People who constantly exercise their thumbs by using their smartphones could ultimately be harming their physical health. A study by researchers at Kent State University found a link between heavy cellphone use and reduced fitness levels among college...
  • A long-hidden mural is revealed, along with a piece of UCLA history

    A long-hidden mural is revealed, along with a piece of UCLA history
    As an undergraduate at UCLA in the 1970s, Helen Singleton often visited the student union building to see a mural she and six other students painted on a wall as a tribute to African American history. The artwork was a sepia-toned collage and a self-...
  • Director John Avildsen had hard-hitting films before 'Rocky'

    Director John Avildsen had hard-hitting films before 'Rocky'
    John G. Avildsen is best known for his uplifting films about underdogs such as the Oscar-winning 1976 "Rocky" and 1984's "The Karate Kid." But his career didn't start out that way. Long before he won the director Oscar for "Rocky," Avildsen received...
  • There's new trouble in Nixonville

    There's new trouble in Nixonville
    The Richard Nixon Presidential Library has not had a full-time director since I left the position in November 2011. This has disturbing implications both for how public history is approached at federal museums and for how public access is granted to...
  • A survey of June Wayne at Pasadena Museum of California Art

    A survey of June Wayne at Pasadena Museum of California Art
    Artist June Wayne (1918-2011) started to make tapestries in 1971, following a decade running her Tamarind Lithography Workshop in Hollywood and then overseeing its relocation to the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque. The new medium was unusual....