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  • Florida Virtual School student wins with STEM projects

    Florida Virtual School student wins with STEM projects
    To encourage students in STEM programs, this month President Barack Obama launched a $100 million TechHire initiative to provide more Americans with training to secure good paying jobs in the high-tech industry. And locally, Gov. Rick Scott proposed $30...
  • How Big Money is buying off criticism of Big Money

    How Big Money is buying off criticism of Big Money
    Not long ago I was asked to speak to a religious congregation about widening inequality. Shortly before I began, the head of the congregation asked that I not advocate raising taxes on the wealthy. He said he didn't want to antagonize certain wealthy...
  • Fallout from Rolling Stone feared by advocates for sex assault victims

    Fallout from Rolling Stone feared by advocates for sex assault victims
    The retraction of a Rolling Stone article about an alleged gang rape has sent reverberations around the journalism industry and raised concerns about its effect on rape victims. An independent report by the Columbia Journalism Review found the piece was a...
  • RollCall app helps parents keep track of college kids

    RollCall app helps parents keep track of college kids
    The news about the death of a Florida State University graduate from South Florida struck Lisa Thomas in a way she never imagined. She didn’t know 23-year-old Ryan Uhre, who died after an apparently accidental fall into an abandoned building in...
  • Glen Burnie West: The Knights are off to see the Wizard

    Glen Burnie West: The Knights are off to see the Wizard
    When a familiar foursome skip down the yellow brick road this weekend, three of them will be saying goodbye. The North County High School drama club will present the family favorite "The Wizard of Oz" at 7 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, with a...
  • University Greek houses often segregated

    University Greek houses often segregated
    If 11 a.m. on Sunday is the most segregated hour in America, as the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. once observed about churches, then the next most segregated might be 11 p.m. Saturday on college campuses when the Greeks start partying. Fraternity and...
  • Almost all great Gators moments lead back to Ray Graves

    Almost all great Gators moments lead back to Ray Graves
    When Florida went looking for a football coach in 1959, there were no clandestine flights in private jets. No top-secret meeting to escape the media. University president J. Wayne Reitz made some calls and set up a lunch with Georgia Tech assistant...
  • Bianchi: Gators replacing Ray Graves with Doug Dickey was worse than Muschamp, Zook hires

    Bianchi: Gators replacing Ray Graves with Doug Dickey was worse than Muschamp, Zook hires
    Running off at the typewriter … University of Florida football fans may think the hirings of Will Muschamp and Ron Zook were bad, but they pale in comparison to the worst coaching decision in UF football history — the day former school...
  • Attorney says Jameis Winston needs to mature

    The legal counsel for Jameis Winston said the potential No. 1 pick in the NFL draft is ready for the NFL as a quarterback, but he still has "ground to cover" to be ready for the off-field transition. "Jameis is ready to be an NFL quarterback on the...
  • UCF chooses new education college dean

    UCF chooses new education college dean
    A leader at Oklahoma State University has been tapped as the new dean at the University of Central Florida's College of Education and Human Performance, officials said Friday. Pamela Carroll will replace the college's interim dean, Grant Hayes, who is...
  • FSU's young players emerge in wake of injury bug

    FSU's young players emerge in wake of injury bug
    FSU, plagued by a litany of injuries this spring, has turned to youth in recent weeks. Seminoles coach Jimbo Fisher has relied on younger players to step up in key roles, some even in starting spots. While putting together make-shift lineups with...