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  • In fourth season, Mark Turgeon hasn't changed, but Terps' fortunes finally have

    Anniversaries are useful milestones for measuring progress or, in some cases, decline. In that way, college basketball mimics life, with coaches judged, year after year, by how their programs have grown — or not. Come Tuesday night, it will be...
  • How grievance culture undercuts the fight against rape culture

    How grievance culture undercuts the fight against rape culture
    If you've been following the national conversation about campus sexual assault, you need to see the new documentary "The Hunting Ground." You need to see it not because the prognoscenti — my portmanteau word for left-leaning members of the...
  • Vashil Fernandez balances fatherhood, basketball, grad school at Valpo

    Vashil Fernandez balances fatherhood, basketball, grad school at Valpo
    VALPARAISO — The statistics flow freely from Vashil Fernandez. Off the top of his head, rolling off his tongue. Seven and 14.4. Twenty-one. They have nothing to do with basketball. They have everything to do with his daughter, Maia Lyn...
  • Gleneagles tennis pro and teacher retires after 27 years

    Three hundred friends, students, and club members of Gleneagles Country Club in Delray Beach recently celebrated the retirement of Head Professional Tennis Instructor Astrid Suurbeek. The standing room only crowd came to support the Amsterdam, Holland...
  • Pitt senior Phillips-Nwankwo eyeing different path

    It would have been easy to bail. Nobody would have blamed him. Way too much work. Way too little reward. Way too much else going on in Aron Phillips-Nwankwo's life. Only he couldn't. What would his mother have said? When the rest of his family asked if...
  • Bianchi: Duke basketball is entering Jameis Winston territory regarding rape allegations

    Bianchi: Duke basketball is entering Jameis Winston territory regarding rape allegations
    It might be a good idea if Duke basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski gives FSU football coach Jimbo Fisher a call on how to handle the damage control. Sadly, it seems that the venerable Coach K is about to enter the Jameis Winston zone when it comes to...
  • Jameis Winston is free of character concerns, Jimbo Fisher says

    Jameis Winston is free of character concerns, Jimbo Fisher says
    Jameis Winston, by most accounts, widely wowed scouts and coaches with his charisma and personality at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis. The positive reviews did not necessarily surprise FSU coach Jimbo Fisher, who has adamantly defended and...
  • UF walk-on Jacob Kurtz evolves from novelty into Gators' mainstay

    GAINESVILLE — Jacob Kurtz's popularity has never been a question, whether he was sweeping floors or playing during mop-up time. Kurtz was a Florida Gators' team manager who morphed into a team mascot after he walked onto the team in 2011....
  • David Whitley: FSU valued its image more than Brian Bell

    David Whitley: FSU valued its image more than Brian Bell
    VALDOSTA, Ga. — Brian Bell has felt the eyes upon him for two years. Everywhere he goes, people look at him and wonder. Is he a football hero or a murderer? There is plenty of hard evidence for the former and barely a speck for the latter. But...
  • Former Boynton School students to reunite

    Former Boynton School students to reunite
    Many new residents to the city of Boynton Beach know the Schoolhouse Children's Museum as simply that – a museum and learning experience for children. But there is a generation of natives that know the museum in its first incarnation as The...
  • Anti-abortion group uses graphic imagery to make point

    Anti-abortion group uses graphic imagery to make point
    Students who pass UCF's reflection pond en route to class may encounter graphic photos of aborted fetuses this week, as the Genocide Awareness Project makes its seventh stop to the campus. "You see arms pulled off, decapitation, dismemberment, that's...