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  • Separate FSU-FAMU engineering schools could cost $1 billion, study says

    Separate FSU-FAMU engineering schools could cost $1 billion, study says
    TALLAHASSEE — Splitting the engineering school shared by Florida State University and Florida A&M University into separate programs could cost $1 billion and draw legal challenges on civil-rights grounds, according to a new study on the issue. But...
  • Is $1 billion too high a price for a new Florida State University engineering school?

    Is $1 billion too high a price for a new Florida State University engineering school?
        $1 billion -- it seems like a lot of money to pay for new separate, but supposedly equal, engineering schools in Florida. But that's been the push of Florida State University president John Thrasher who has coveted splitting the exisiting school...
  • Gators plan to build an indoor practice facility for football

    Gators plan to build an indoor practice facility for football
    The Florida Gators new era in football under coach Jim McElwain will include a new, $15 million indoor practice facility. The school soon will break ground on the easternmost of three fields at the Sanders Football Practice Fields. UF hopes to...
  • FLASHBACK: In 2000, Parkland girls basketball coach Phil Armstrong joins the 300-win club

    FLASHBACK: In 2000, Parkland girls basketball coach Phil Armstrong joins the 300-win club
    A weekly look back at sports in the Lehigh Valley, in anniversaries of multiples of five years. January 26 2005—John Donmoyer becomes the third local member of the 500-win club among boys basketball coaches when Moravian Academy beats...
  • Jameis Winston's accuser goes public in documentary 'The Hunting Ground'

    Jameis Winston's accuser goes public in documentary 'The Hunting Ground'
    The woman who accused Jameis Winston of rape is going public with her side of the story. In a new documentary film, Erica Kinsman is sharing her account that Winston – Florida State's former star quarterback – sexually assaulted her at an...
  • LSSC President Charles Mojock retiring Dec. 31

    LSSC President Charles Mojock retiring Dec. 31
    LEESBURG — When he became president of what was then Lake-Sumter Community College in 2002, Charles Mojock joked that he took the job because he wanted a shorter title. He had come from Daytona Beach Community College, where his title was a...
  • Sundance 2015: In 'The Hunting Ground,' Jameis Winston's accuser goes public

    Sundance 2015: In 'The Hunting Ground,' Jameis Winston's accuser goes public
    When a group of Oregon football players chanted "No means no" after their Rose Bowl victory over Florida State, an unmistakable taunting reference to the rape accusations against Seminoles quarterback Jameis Winston, the moment demonstrated how sexual...
  • Bianchi: Olé, Olé, Olé! Kaká already talking MLS championship for expansion Orlando City

     Bianchi: Olé, Olé, Olé! Kaká already talking MLS championship for expansion Orlando City
    Running off at the typewriter … Here's hoping the Orlando City Lions never, ever, ever become Americanized. Here's hoping the team president never stands up at the podium and tells the media, "We're acquiring the cap flexibility we need to...
  • Lawmakers should keep guns on campus ban: Editorial

    Lawmakers should keep guns on campus ban: Editorial
    Last November, Florida State University experienced the horror and carnage that one person with a gun can wreak on a college campus. Myron May shot three students outside the FSU library, paralyzing one of them, in the few minutes before campus police...
  • A survivor fears recent spotlight on rape may make it harder for other victims

    Kassie Edwards reported her rape. It wasn't much of a decision, really. She was attacked on Halloween 2008. Two months earlier, Edwards had transferred to Florida State University to be an African-American studies major, with dreams of eventually...
  • Royal Palm Beach LB Perry sticks with 'Canes, set to enroll

    Royal Palm Beach LB Perry sticks with 'Canes, set to enroll
    Charles Perry keeps track of Miami football. Perry, the Royal Palm Beach linebacker prospect, follows the news of the Hurricanes on the web and on social media. Yet one thing he’s not following is the example of several recent UM decommits. In...