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  • 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...
  • Connections: National basketball title thrills walk-on from Orangewood

    Connections: National basketball title thrills walk-on from Orangewood
    As a biochemistry and molecular biology major at Florida Southern in Lakeland, Alex McClanahan (Orangewood Christian) knows and understands a bunch of big words. But when describing his feelings about the Mocs winning the NCAA Division II national...
  • FSU notebook: Seminoles bounce back after sluggish scrimmage

    FSU notebook: Seminoles bounce back after sluggish scrimmage
    FSU players rebounded from a sluggish scrimmage to impress coach Jimbo Fisher during Wednesday’s practice. The Seminoles were better across the board, Fisher said. The coach was critical of his entire team following Monday’s scrimmage,...
  • 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...
  • Aggression, not just depression, led copilot to crash plane, experts say

    Aggression, not just depression, led copilot to crash plane, experts say
    Mental health experts say that it was aggression — not just depression — that would have driven 27-year-old Andreas Lubitz to deliberately crash a Germanwings airliner into a mountainside, the copilot breathing evenly as passengers screamed...
  • Good grades will bring scholarships

    Good grades will bring scholarships
    Q: My son is in high school and even though he earns good grades, I am concerned that he will not be able to attend a quality university due to financial need. — D.L., Apopka A: You need not worry. I would recommend looking into the scholarship...
  • VCU should thank Shaka Smart for remarkable run before he left for Texas

    VCU should thank Shaka Smart for remarkable run before he left for Texas
    The glow of a most improbable postseason still white hot, Shaka Smart could have bailed on VCU weeks after steering the Rams to the 2011 Final Four. He could have exited in 2012, ’13 or ’14, too. North Carolina State, Illinois, UCLA, Wake...
  • 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...
  • FAU on the move and looking good

    FAU on the move and looking good
    Since I arrived at Florida Atlantic University a little over a year ago, I’ve made no secret of my over-arching goal: To transform FAU into America’s fastest-improving university. On March 19, we showed that journey is well underway when the...